Top 5 of 2016: Practice management

December 19, 2016

In 2016, Dermatology Times provided several articles offering guidance on the business side of dermatology. Spanning such topics as using social media effectively, to designing the ideal office space and whether or not a cash-based model is right for you, these were the top five practice management articles of 2016.

In 2016, Dermatology Times provided several articles offering guidance on the business side of dermatology. Spanning such topics as using social media effectively, to designing the ideal office space and whether or not a cash-based model is right for you, these were the top five practice management articles of 2016. 

Designing the optimum office space

Design your office space with optimization in mind to improve workflow, patient and staff satisfaction, and physician efficiency.  >> Read more.

Deciding where to practice? As yourself these questions

Making a decision where to open or join a practice affects you, your family, and your future. These questions help you think it through. >> Read more.

Is a cash-based model right for you?

Physicians often express a feeling of loss of control over their businesses even though they bear all the responsibility of a physician-owned practice. Many dermatologists have found a solution in adopting alternative practice models. >>Read more.

Why social media is important in dermatology

Dermatology Times presents a year-long exploration of social media-the many ways that it impacts the field of dermatology as well as your medical practice. The series will provide strategies and tips for how you can use social to best effect: how to get started, which platforms to use, secrets for incorporating video, AMA guidelines, and more. >> Read more.

What physicians need to consider when selling a practice

When considering selling a practice, physicians must consider the near- and long-term objectives of the practice's owners and of the acquiring organization, as well as how much autonomy the proposed arrangement allows the acquired practice, experts say. >> Read more.