John Strasswimmer, MD, PhD


Frontline Forum Part 4: Solutions in the Management and Treatment of Basal Cell Carcinoma

In part 4 of this Frontline Forum series, John M. Strasswimmer, MD, PhD; Andrew H. Weinstein, MD; Neal Bhatia, MD; Laura Ferris, MD; and Aaron S. Farberg, MD, discuss solutions for managing and treating patients with basal cell carcinoma.

Kristen Coppock, MA


COVID-19 study shows impact on patients with PsO, other autoimmune problems

Ardon Health patients with autoimmune conditions have expressed common questions and concerns about COVID-19.

Michael Lewellen, CFP


Dealing With Student Loan Debt: How to Budget for Repayment and Other Financial Goals

In this month’s Finance & Practice Management column, we illustrate the importance of developing and maintaining a budget for physicians at all stages of their careers.

Mike Hennessy Jr, CEO


Mental Health Awareness in Dermatologic Care

Clinicians who provide dermatologic care know firsthand how diseases of the skin can diminish someone’s confidence and productivity.

Jennifer Grebow


Topical Skin Care Probiotics Made With New Technology Yield Numerous Benefits

The benefits include more accurate bacteria cell counts, more efficacious strains, and improved shelf life compared to non-heat-treated probiotics.

David Norris, MD


Five Financial Ratios to Watch to Track Your Practice’s Financial Health

These ratios will help you determine the level of financial stability of your practice and help you make better decisions for your future.

Todd Shryock


Telemedicine Still Popular with Patients, but There are Concerns

Patients prefer virtual appointments for common ailments, but question the quality of care.

Meggie Soliman


Breaking the High Tech/High Cost Connection to Support Better Health Equity

Health care costs continue to rise in this country. According to a study by the Peterson Center on Healthcare and the Kaiser Family Foundation, health care spending totaled $3.8 trillion in 2019, $11,582 per person.

Vishal Patel, MD, FAAD, FACMS


BCC Patient Case Impressions

Sherrif F. Ibrahim, MD, PhD, and Vishal Patel, MD, FAAD, FACMS, provide initial impressions of the case and discuss the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors.

Linda Stocum, Assistant Editor
Linda Stocum, Associate Editor


The Mainstream Patient: June 27

This week's edition of the Mainstream Patients features stories about FDA's latest approval, abortion, and more.

Allison Inserro


How Useful Are Chargemasters for Price Transparency in Dermatology?

Chargemaster lists may encourage patients to shop around for services, but the authors of this report said the implications of this change for dermatology are not well-defined.

Duane Feger


Embracing Value-Based Care

Six strategies for profitability with new payment models.

Mary Scoviak, Managing Editor


Patch Effective in Extracting Transcriptomes for Precision Medicine in Psoriasis

Minimally invasive method outperformed tape stripping in a recent study.

Jodi Westfall, NP


Treating Dermatological Conditions by Going Beyond the Skin

Jodi Westfall, NP, explains how she improves common skin conditions traditionally and from a metabolic perspective.

Angela Lamb, MD


Gaps in Management of AD SOC Patients

Drs Angela Lamb, Omar Noor, and Neal Bhatia share what they consider to be the biggest gaps in care for patients with SOC: patient/provider education, building trust, and appropriate diagnosis of AD.

Carol Stryker


6 Steps to Hiring Great Practice Staff

An expert details the ways to gain and retain new practice staff.

Chris Mazzolini


Are AI assistants key to fixing physician burnout?

The results of physician trials led by the AAFP Innovation Lab are very promising.

Ashley Buehnerkemper


Is PR a part of your marketing plan?

Ashley Buehnerkemper, director of marketing at VitalSkin Dermatology, discusses what steps you can take to make public relations an active piece of your practice marketing.

Robert Kronemeyer


Full Pipeline, Customized Diagnoses Expand Options for Rosacea

Challenges with overlaps in diagnosis and classification based on rosacea’s 4 subtypes are creating a new focus on features of the condition in each patient. A pipeline of new drugs awaiting FDA approvals could further expand options.

Anna De Benedetto, MD


The Science of Atopic Dermatitis With Anna De Benedetto, MD

De Benedetto shares her expertise on new discoveries in the science of atopic dermatitis at RAD 2023.

Tammy Lemke


How to get the right fit when hiring

Expert tips and techniques on the best ways to select, hire and retain the right people for your team.

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