Organizational Culture Development During COVID-19

While there is no one right way to build organizational culture, the best organizational cultures are nurtured every single day as they develop, grow, and evolve, much like the living organism they are. As you prepare to reopen your dermatology practice, this may be the perfect time to step back with your team and reevaluate…

Replenishing Your Working Capital to Reopen after COVID-19

As the stay-at-home orders are gradually pulled back you are likely trying to determine what your new normal looks like post-COVID-19. Many things are likely on your mind, but replenishing your working capital should be at the top of your list. Let’s take a closer look. What is your working capital? Why is replenishing your…

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Reopen Your Dermatology Practice: Securing PPE

Ready to reopen your dermatology practice? (First things first, make sure you are staying up to date by visiting OSHA’s COVID-19 resource page.) One of the most significant limiting factors may be your ability to get personal protective equipment (PPE). PPE costs have dramatically increased worldwide in the wake of the novel coronavirus. Not only…

Embracing Telehealth During COVID-19

How Can Your Dermatology Practice Effectively Move to and Embrace Telehealth Options? An increase in the utilization of telemedicine and telehealth is one of the many ways medicine is changing because of the novel coronavirus. Many dermatology practices have begun making a hard pivot toward telemedicine. In fact, some practices are converting as much as…

Making the Most of the COVID-19 Crisis

The Coronavirus or COVID-19 crisis has created a challenging environment for all dermatology practices. After all, most are suffering through significant patient visit declines, or have shut down altogether. The adage by Sir Winston Churchill, “Never waste a good crisis,” applies to our current situation. But to come out of this COVID-19 crisis stronger, we’ll…