10 Valuable Applications for Dermatologists

The rise of telemedicine and the increasing use of online medical services reveals the trend toward digitized dermatology. While these technological advancements have streamlined and optimized patient care, making it more affordable, approachable, and most notably, accessible. Gradually emerging, the field of telemedicine does not only benefit patients but may also positively affect healthcare providers. …

Complexities of Non-Physician Compensation

Physicians looking to increase productivity and fill gaps in patient care often employ non-physician healthcare providers to help extend their reach. The significant workforce of physician assistants (PAs), nurse practitioners (NPs), and registered nurses (RNs) is increasingly being utilized to reduce physician burnout – a growing cause of concern within the medical community. Physicians are able to …

Social Media Tips for Up-and-Coming Cosmetic Surgeons

 Despite the global adoption of social media as a tool for both personal and professional use, many medical specialties – including aesthetic medicine – and physicians still resist the trend, regarding social platforms as superfluous or unprofessional. Research suggests that social media can add great value as a communication tool able to connect patients with …

The Gold Standard for Nonsurgical Lifting and Skin Tightening

  Solutions to age-related changes, such as wrinkling, skin loosening, loss of skin strength and elasticity, are continuously being developed and improved by researchers. While many new technologies have been brought to the market and clinical practice, many still lack guidelines and standards of use for dermatologists to rely on. Micro-focused ultrasound with visualization<> (MFU-V, …