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Jan
29
2010

Balancing Medical and Esthetic Services

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By: Adam Dinkes

A combination of analysis, feedback and comparisons can ensure your business is moving toward stability and success.

Jan
29
2010

Clients vs. Patients

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By: Marc Ronert, MD, PhD

Knowing who is a client and who is a patient can help medical professionals provide the best service for both groups of customers.

Jan
29
2010

Bringing In Promotions

Medical spa flyer
By: Wendy Lewis

Get patients in the door by offering well-timed and well-thought out promotions.

Jan
29
2010

Joel Schlessinger, MD: Priorities and Passion

Dr. Schlessinger holds a chart in the hallway of his practice
By: Cathy Christensen

Using his book smarts and gut instincts, this dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon is finding career success on his own terms.

Jan
29
2010

The Physician's Role in a Medical Spa

Male and female physicians smiling
By: Susie Naficy

Branding is a big question when it comes to how a physician fits within a medical spa's marketing plan.

Jan
29
2010

Creating a Strong Team

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By: Bryan Durocher

Keeping lines of communication open helps your team members know your business expectations.

Jan
29
2010

Recession-proof Your Practice

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By: Steven H. Dayan, MD, FACS

History has taught that affordability and quick results are the keys to success during a down economy. How do these fit in to your practice?

Jan
29
2010

The Importance of Advanced Education in Medical Esthetics

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By: Terri Wojak

An esthetician in a medical practice must have additional skills that can be learned through advanced training.

Jan
28
2010

Talking Industry with Rosemarie Hess

Rosemarie Hess
By: Abby Penning

Industry involvement is how this practice support staff member helps her business maintain excellence.

Jan
28
2010

Making a Name for Yourself

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By: Keith Loria

Your brand represents a promise about the results you will deliver.