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Choosing Your Career Path After Dermatology Residency: Are You Ready?
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by Emily Murphy, MD on
At the 2022 ODAC Dermatology, Aesthetic & Surgical Conference, a resident directed series included a panel on choosing your next steps after dermatology residency – Fellowship, Academics, or Private Practice, It’s Decision Time. The panel had an impressive group of dermatologists who answered a series of questions about paving our future paths in dermatology. Here are our panel members, in …
What to Know Before Signing an Office Lease
Office Lease
by Allison Sit on
Signing your first office lease can be an anxiety provoking experience. “Even though I used an attorney, I was still terrified to sign a lease,” said Aanand Geria, MD, a dermatologist in Rutherford, N.J. “It’s one of the biggest decisions you can make.” Even getting to signing day can take longer than anticipated, according to dermatologist Sheila Farhang, MD, who practices in Oro Val …
Position Offerings & Employment Contract Negotiations in Dermatology
Dermatology job market and contract negotiations
by Sang Kim, MD on
New Trends & Changes in Position Offerings & Employment Contract Negotiations in Dermatology At the 2021 ODAC Dermatology, Aesthetic and Surgical Conference, we were fortunate to hear from two top professionals that help dermatologists navigate their career: Kim Campbell, founder of Dermatology Authority, and Ron Lebow, Esq., Senior Counsel in the Health Law practice group at Greenspoon …
Opening a Practice Shortly After Dermatology Training
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by Allison Sit on
Owning and operating a solo dermatology practice may seem like a business model going the way of the dinosaur, especially with the growing trend of private equity ownership. Yet one early-career dermatologist is embracing practice ownership, and finding a way to open a practice shortly after completing dermatology training. [caption id="attachment_12710" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo cou …
The Decision to Start a Practice – Part 2
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by JAMES A. ZALLA, MD on
In part 2 of this series, Dr. Zalla discusses the following aspects of starting a new dermatology practice: Buying an existing practice or building your own space How long construction should take Working with general contractors and architects Office equipment: buy or lease Recruiting the right people Buying an Existing Practice or Building Your Own Space While the …