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Explore the Academy's new and improved Learning Center, with enhanced ease of use for the education you trust.
Find practical guidance on coding issues common in dermatology practices.
Learn how to reduce burdens with health tech.
Review current clinical guidelines, those in development, and guidelines that the AAD has collaborated on.
The Academy has developed quality measures to help your dermatology practice.
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Access tools and guidance on combatting burnout and fostering wellness.
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Learn about the Academy's advocacy priorities and how to join efforts to protect your practice.
Research data can be the foundation to any content program. Discover, examine, and build upon AAD's research content from the Burden of Skin Disease, to Dermatology Practice Profile, and Electronic Health Records studies.
Burden of Skin Disease An AAD 2016 research study that looked at the effects of having skin disease on the United States patient population, and to provide an up-to-date analysis of the burden of skin disease that reflects the recent changes in the practice of medicine. To learn more, visit Burden of Skin Disease.
The Burden of Skin Disease Report: Licensing FAQs
AAD Dermatology Practice Profile Study (2014) National survey of statistically representative AAD members on information and trends characterizing dermatology practice, including practice characteristics, workforce issues – supply, staffing, and use of NPCs, patient care, reimbursement sources, health information technology, volunteerism, retirement plans, and job satisfaction.
Electronic Health Records usage in dermatology (2016) National survey of statistically representative AAD members on trends in Electronic Health Record adoption, practice settings, vendor market share, vendor satisfaction, and ease of EHR function use.