Don’t Let Burnout Get the Best of You

As we’re still living in a COVID-19 climate, you may be feeling overwhelmed with keeping your patients and staff safe while still practicing successfully. And although there are many advantages with using the increasingly-popular telehealth, it does have its disadvantages when it comes to effectively diagnosing. It’s understandable if these challenges and stress are starting…

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Is Your Website Doing Its Job?

Many things go into successfully marketing a dermatology practice, but your online presence definitely ranks near the top with the digital world we live in. That includes your social media presence, but for now, let’s focus in on your practice website. Your website is one of the first places potential patients visit for information on…

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Practicing in a COVID-19 World: An Ideal Telehealth Visit

We’ve discussed telehealth visits a few times now because they’ve become increasingly popular and practically essential right now in the midst of COVID-19 and social distancing. This time though, let’s dive a little deeper into actually holding a telehealth visit. Having the right space, equipment and overall approach are important in creating an ideal experience for…

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Rise of Telehealth: Practicing in a COVID-19 World

During the COVID-19 quarantine period, telehealth visits skyrocketed in many medical fields. More than 60% of medical patients say the pandemic has increased their willingness to try telehealth, according to a Sykes survey. Now that your doors are open once again (or will be soon), in-person visits can start happening as before. But don’t forget…

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Re-Opening Your Practice in a COVID-19 World

Last time, we talked about incorporating the right social distancing methods into your practice as we continue to live with COVID-19. But there are also other important steps to take when re-opening to ensure the safety of your patients coming for in-office visits. Here are some COVID-19 protocols to follow when re-opening, according to the…

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