Derm Pulse

Derm Pulse

Designing the optimum office space
Designing the optimum office spaceDesign your office space with optimization in mind to improve workflow, patient and staff satisfaction, and physician efficiency.
Bizarre ICD-10 codes for derms
Bizarre ICD-10 codes for dermsThe new ICD-10 codes include some real oddities for dermatologists.
Why burnout is increasing among U.S. dermatologists
Why burnout is increasing among U.S. dermatologistsDermatologists have enjoyed being ranked last or near last among medical specialties when it comes to burnout. But a new study tells a different story. Learn the factors and what derms are doing to combat burnout.
Five must-have apps for dermatologists
Five must-have apps for dermatologistsRunning a busy practice is no easy task. The good news, according to a expert dermatologists, is that there are several applications and gadgets that promise to help at least streamline what dermatologists do.
In One Word: Tell us the most pressing issue you face in the office.
In One Word: Tell us the most pressing issue you face in the office.Be sure to check back in a few weeks to see how your experience compares to your peers.
What are your favorite in-office apps?
What are your favorite in-office apps?Be sure to check back in a few weeks to see how your apps compare to your peers’ preferences.
How dermatologists vacation
How dermatologists vacationWe asked, you shared. Here’s how dermatologists across the country are planning to spend their leisure time. See how your plans compare to your peers’.
Your personality type infograph
Your personality type infographWe asked you to pick the personality style which resonated with you. Here is how the dermatology population stacks up against the general United States.
How personality type impacts dermatology practice
How personality type impacts dermatology practiceBased on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), one expert explains how each of eight mental processes may impact interactions with patients and staff. By understanding our default processes, we can begin to identify blind-spots in our ways of interacting with others
In one word: Share your resolution with us
In one word: Share your resolution with usDermatology Times invites you to share the one resolution that you hope to stick with in 2016. We’ll share collected, anonymous responses in an upcoming post