Surge in Cosmetic Procedures as Patients Return to the Aesthetic Practice

While for many medical practitioners the COVID-19 pandemic has led to practice closures and decreased patient visits, certain specialities are currently outperforming the market. Due to elective surgeries being postponed in the beginning months of the virus outbreak, aesthetic medicine professionals are now experiencing a significant spike in demand in light of lifted or lessened …

Regulatory Telemedicine Updates 2020: COVID-19

To minimize virus exposure risk and protect patient safety, providers are urged to conduct visits via telemedicine programs whenever possible throughout the duration of the COVID-19 health crisis. Several regulatory changes introduced in recent weeks aim to ease the process of implementing and utilizing telehealth services, lessening restrictions to allow physicians to continue providing much-needed …

Biologic Therapy During COVID-19 

Shifting the model of healthcare around the world, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has significantly impacted the practice of medicine across all specialties, including dermatology and aesthetic medicine. The latest available knowledge suggests that certain demographics may face an increased risk of COVID-19 infection and serious illness, including elderly individuals, those with underlying medical conditions, …

Updated COVID-19 Recommendations for Patients with Psoriatic Disease

With the novel coronavirus outbreak continuing to evolve as a public health concern, the need for tailored medical guidance and updated clinical recommendations is emerging across specialties. General guidelines issued by the CDC and WHO, such as social distancing and self-isolation when possible, apply to all individuals. However, the coronavirus may have challenging implications on the …