cosmetic practice management

7 Tips to pricing cosmetic proceduresExperts say these procedure pricing tips will help to promote the financial health of the practice, avoid commoditization and boost professional satisfaction.
Building the optimal in-office ORExperts offer 5 tips for taking your future in-office OR from ordinary to extraordinary. Plus learn the do's and don'ts for the in-office OR.
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Refyne, Defyne: New fillers, unique benefits?Dr. Joe Niamtu offers his opinion on how these “flexible” fillers fit into the overall HA category.
4 ways to differentiate skincare products for patientsTaking time to educate consumers about professional vs. over-the-counter options can increase practice sales. Find out how
Is Google+ still relevant for cosmetic surgeons?Should you invest resources in Google+? SEO pro answers.
How to start a clinical trial programConducting clinical trials offers the opportunity to collaborate in the development of new drugs and devices. This is one expert's advice for setting up your own clinical trials program.
Managing the medspa: Avoid pitfallsDirecting a medspa might seem like an easy way to make money. After all, it’s a no-brainer for many dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons who perform cosmetic procedures day in and day out. But that’s not reality, experts say. Here’s what they say you need to know before signing on.
The medical spa: pros, cons and legalities
The medical spa: pros, cons and legalitiesDermatologists and cosmetic surgeons who direct medical spas assume responsibility for all procedures performed. While it can be a financially rewarding career move, many physician and nonphysician medspa owners may be operating these facilities illegally and not know it.
EHR platform: Perspective for the plastic surgery practiceThe move toward specialty specific cloud-based EHR and practice management software platforms is real and will happen. It’s no longer a question of if, but when. An overhaul of EHR platforms to offer systems that cater to specific medical practices is needed. For plastic surgeons, the shift can’t come soon enough.