Will Stricter Telehealth Regulation Requirements Return After the Pandemic?
Wednesday, August 5 1–2:00pm, Central Time
Overview: COVID-19 has reshaped patient flow and forced medical practices to rethink traditional patient engagement. The result has been an increase in the use of telehealth in patient care, which will likely continue
beyond COVID’s current impact. While some telehealth requirements have been reduced in the short-term, now is the perfect time review the key tenets of using telehealth in a medical practice. This webinar will discuss the both the
technological and patient care requirements that come with telemedicine and identify common areas where telehealth use may be inappropriate.
Presenter: Sam Pondrom, ByrdAdatto
Sam Pondrom is an associate attorney at ByrdAdatto, a
national business and health care boutique law firm with offices in Dallas and Chicago. Sam’s practice is focused on helping clients to resolve their complex business and regulatory concerns in the most simple, straightforward way. He
works closely with both healthcare providers and lay persons on operational, transactional and compliance matters, and counsels medical practices on corporate structure, the practice of medicine, and supervision and delegation of medical
How to Revamp and Renew Your Medical Spa in the Era of COVID-19
Tuesday, August 11 1–2:00pm, Central Time
**This webinar is sponsored by Weave and is free of charge for members and non-members**
Overview: In this presentation, Baylee Jansen, medical vertical manager for Weave, will cover how to:
Keep your staff and patients safe by utilizing simple wellness forms to check for COVID-19 symptoms and exposure with upcoming customers;
Communicate with customers in a safe and effective way that is convenient for both parties;
Keep all employees safe and on the same page by taking advantage of online communication tools, which enforce social distancing and prevent miscommunication;
Conquer curbside check-in, maintaining great customer service by allowing patients to wait in their cars rather than in your waiting room;
Easily screen patients efficiently by using telehealth for COVID-19; and much more.
Presenter: Baylee Jensen, Medical Vertical Manager, Weave
With a degree in Communications, Baylee Jensen has always been passionate about the science and psychology behind the power of communication and the
technology that drives our interactions today. Over the last several years, her focus in the medical space has been helping offices navigate through the ever-changing landscape of today’s communication trends and technologies, especially regarding
the millennial disruption taking place in the digital world. She is passionate about enabling the improvement of efficiencies in practices, thus making day-to-day operations flow smoother. Over the last few years at Weave, she has developed
a passion for speaking and educating the health care industry across the country, and is currently a business development executive, overseeing partnerships and professional relationships.
Making the Most Out of Selling Retail on Your Website
Wednesday, August 12 1–2:00pm, Central Time
Overview: This program will cut straight to heart of how to be a small business online powerhouse and capitalize on your raving fans, as well as consumers who don’t frequent your brick and mortar store to do business
with you, and result in profit percentages you cannot achieve in service revenues. In 2020, e-commerce sales will climb by 18% to reach $709.78 billion, representing 14.5% of total U.S. retail sales. The 25 cosmetic and beauty retailers
ranked in Internet Retailer’s 2019 Top 1000 sold a combined $210.39 billion in stores, catalogs and online; 4.9%—$10.26 billion—were sales made exclusively on the web. The U.S. prestige beauty industry generated $18.8 billion in sales
during 2019, according to The NPD Group. Retailers with online counterparts—such as Sephora, Nordstrom, Ulta and the Detox Market—are leading the way. The medical aesthetic industry can emulate and learn from them and the technology
they use. With your strong patient relationships, you need to make sure you are grabbing a part of this high-profit business.
Presenter: Bryan Durocher, Durocher Enterprises
Bryan Durocher is the author of Wake Up … Live the Life
You Love … in Beauty, and is the founder of Essentials Spa Consulting and Durocher Enterprises. Durocher was named one of the “Top 20 People to Know in the Beauty Industry” by Global Cosmetic Industry magazine, and provides coaching, consulting,
global industry trends and marketing solutions for medical spa, spa and industry professionals internationally.
**This webinar is sponsored by Skin Type Solutions and is free of charge for members and non-members**
Overview: There are many types of dermal fillers on the market. Leslie Baumann, MD, FAAD, has performed the Phase 3 clinical research trials that led to FDA approval of most of the hyaluronic acid fillers that are currently
available. She will discuss the scientific attributes of the various fillers and how to choose which one to use.
It is critical to combine fillers with the proper skin care for the patient’s skin type for many reasons, including increased efficacy, keeping top-of-mind awareness with patients and reducing side effects. How to choose the proper skin care regimen for
your filler patients will be discussed. Dr. Baumann will also give tips on how to increase your dermal filler business during the pandemic.
Presenter: Leslie Baumann MD, FAAD
Leslie Baumann MD, FAAD, is board-certified dermatologist, researcher and author. She was director of the division of cosmetic dermatology at the University
of Miami from 1997 – 2006. Dr. Baumann's clinical trial research has been instrumental in the FDA approval of Botox, Dysport, Jeauveau, Kybella, Voluma, Sculptra, Juvéderm, Restylane Silk, UltraShape Power, Ulthera and other aesthetic treatments.
She authors a twice-monthly column for the Miami Herald newspaper and a monthly column on cosmeceutical ingredients in Dermatology News. She holds four patents on methods to improve the skin’s health and appearance.
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