Catering to multiple generations in your aesthetic practice can sometimes feel like a losing battle. Older patients prefer you call them, while those younger than 30 refuse to pick up the phone. Your patients over 60 want a paper bill, but younger patients prefer an online payment portal.
Many changes have taken effect for clinicians' Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), and it may be helpful to take stock of the program as it stands while you progress through your 2024 reporting strategy. Here, you will discover what MIPS is, how it works, why you should care about participating in MIPS, and what recent changes have taken place.
Need a little extra juice to help power your practice toward a strong finish to the year? Then don't miss Nextech's fall product previews this September! They're like a digital energy drink for your practice that will showcase how our latest feature updates will help your team work faster and more efficiently than ever.
What happens when DataDerm™ — dermatology’s largest clinical registry — recognizes a dermatology EHR at the Gold level?
Dermatology EHRs have helped practices care for patients for over three decades. Around the 25th anniversary of the invention of all EHR systems, researchers from Sweden and South Africa analyzed how the implementation of these systems was going worldwide. They found many practices didn’t experience increased efficiency from their EHR. Often, this was due to choosing the wrong one. By researching dermatology EHRs before selecting your next system, your practice can avoid this pitfall.
Between 2015 and 2021, the dermatology industry experienced a period of consolidation. Thanks to rising overhead costs and an influx of private equity investments, the number of solo dermatology practices decreased while the number of larger practices increased. At the same time, demand for dermatological care grew. Now, practices must find new ways to keep up with the record demand and fast-growing teams, and the right EHR is one of those ways.
Nextech's summer release parties were an island style celebration, erupting like a volcano with hot news about product features and enhancements. Nextech strives for constant improvement and innovation with our software to better serve our dermatology, ophthalmology, and plastic surgery clients. And we love to let everyone in on the fun when we showcase the latest and greatest Nextech has to offer. There was a lot to raise a glass — or tiki mug — to at these specialty-specific parties. Here's a glimpse at some of the efficiencies we covered: Ophthalmology
Biological medications are booming, and the demand for biologics isn't expected to slow down anytime soon. The biologics market was valued at $264 billion in 2021 and is projected to more than double in eight years, reaching $596 billion by 2029, according to analysis from Data Bridge Market Research.