"A year ago, almost no one could have accurately foreseen where the aesthetic dermatology market would be today. Although the field was growing before March, the onset of COVID-19 has accelerated that growth, with some practices seeing record numbers of appointments for injectables, laser treatments, and chemical peels. There are a few reasons for this rapid rise in aesthetic procedures."
Struggling to reduce risk within your practice? Robin Ntoh, Nextech's Professional Services Manager, shared with Physicians Practice a few tactics to consider as you contemplate emerging risks and refine your COVID-19 response, such as:
Like many other things, the COVID-19 crisis has delayed, diverted, or derailed many organizations’ reporting efforts and capabilities. Lower procedure volumes, new remote work scenarios, and shifting priorities have taken attention away from MIPS work.
While there is no proven blueprint for maintaining practice continuity amid the new normal, a popular strategy taking hold is a hybrid model in which providers see and treat some patients in the office while working remotely with others. To activate and sustain this strategy, a practice has to have a few key elements in place.
Telemedicine is here to stay. See why Nextech's VP of Client Success, Jennifer Gibson, believes physicians should establish a safer, more user-friendly telemedicine strategy in a recent Practical Dermatology article.
Nextech is thrilled to have been listed as one of TrustRadius's Tech Cares top technology companies that have gone above and beyond to support clients in 2020 and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Patients today have the option to be selective in their care, making it more important for dermatology practices to understand their needs, nurture the provider to patient relationship and foster engagement.
"Our electronic health records system, Nextech’s ophthalmology-specific electronic health record, IntelleChartPRO, recently released a completely integrated telemedicine solution that has drastically simplified our ability to connect remotely with patients. With this system, patients receive a link via text and/or email that does not require an additional application or software to be installed on the phone or computer. Simply click and go."