QualDerm Leaders Available to Discuss: Investment for Practice Growth, Succession Planning, Physician Recruitment, and Narrowing Payer Networks
QualDerm Partners, a dermatology practice management company, announced today it will participate in the 2016 Tennessee Dermatology Society Annual Meeting. The annual meeting, November 5-6, in Asheville, North Carolina, is open to Tennessee Dermatology Society members as well as other physicians and healthcare providers interested in the practice of dermatology.
“We are proud to support the Tennessee Dermatology Society,” says Bill Southwick, Chief Executive Officer of QualDerm Partners. “This meeting gives dermatologists an important opportunity to learn about and discuss with their colleagues the clinical, political, and business issues that impact their practices.”
QualDerm leadership will be on hand to talk about dermatology practice management issues such as investment for practice growth, succession planning, physician recruitment, and narrowing payer networks. Additionally, Mark Rappe’, QualDerm Partners’ Vice President of Business Development, will be available to discuss partnership opportunities in Tennessee and the surrounding region.
During the meeting, QualDerm physician partner, John G. Albertini, MD, FAAD, FACMS, from The Skin Surgery Center, will present a session on skin cancer management for medical dermatologists. The session, Surgical Pearls and Lessons Learned from a Mohs Surgical Perspective, is Sunday, November 6 at 10:00 a.m. The Skin Surgery Center, headquartered in Winston-Salem, has practices in North Carolina and Virginia.
The Tennessee Dermatology Society represents approximately 150 dermatologists throughout the state. The organization, which is affiliated with the American Academy of Dermatology, works to advance the practice of dermatology as well as to maintain high standards of patient care.
About QualDerm Partners
QualDerm Partners is a dermatology practice management company that works with physician leaders to position their practices for sustained growth and profitability. The company selectively partners with top-tier dermatology practices to provide capital and management support to grow physician compensation and practice equity value. Under QualDerm’s True PartnershipSM model, physicians are partners, not employees and retain their own practice brand. This doctor-driven partnership model is designed to maintain physicians’ clinical autonomy and ensure the highest-quality patient care. Visit QualDerm.com for additional information.