September 13, 2014

Looking Ahead in 2014

by Brett Coldiron, MD, FAAD, Joshua Zeichner, MD, FAAD In this special edition of DermTube Journal Club, Brett Coldiron, MD, FAAD, president of the AAD, discusses the Academy’s plans and describes the role of dermatologists in creating change. Joshua Zeichner, MD, FAAD hosts. Watch the video. Share our site with friends and family   
September 16, 2014

Should You Get Cancer Screenings?

Doctors Recommend Weighing Pros and Cons Does the risk of overdiagnosis mean people should stop getting cancer screenings? Doctors on both sides of the debate increasingly say patients should weigh all the pros and cons—including their health, age, family history and tolerance for uncertainty—and decide for themselves. Read more. Share our site with friends and family   
March 11, 2015

Spotlight on: Brett Coldiron, MD

Dr Brett Coldiron was featured on website February 2015 Spotlight. Dr. Brett Coldiron is in private practice and is a clinical associate professorship at the University of Cincinnati. Click here to read more on their site Share our site with friends and family   
March 18, 2015

Brett Coldiron, MD, FAAD, the AAD, and the fight to save dermatology

Dr. Coldiron was featured in an article on Plastic Surgery Practice. About 1 year ago in a packed meeting room in Denver, dermatologist Brett Coldiron, MD, FAAD, addressed the members of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) as their incoming president. His tone was urgent and his message was realistic, if not utterly sobering. The specialty of dermatology was in jeopardy, and both physicians and patients were at risk, he warned. Threats included changes in health care reimbursement patterns, the ever-narrowing dermatology Medicare Advantage networks, the demise of the global period, and the proliferation of unskilled practitioners trying to cash in on cash-pay cosmetic skin procedures. Read more at: Share our site with friends and family