The Business of Aesthetics (BOA) podcast show continues to inspire and help our community of aesthetic doctors grow their practices. We bring outstanding leaders in Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, and Aesthetics together to not just achieve more but experience fulfillment in their practice.
8 things you can do online to get more patients to choose your practice.
This week, BOA brings up effective online tactics to generate new patient calls daily through your website and more to help our community adapt to this new normal of digitalization.
Nonsurgical Rhinoplasty and more with innovator Dr. Alexander Rivkin
An insightful conversation with Dr. Rivkin, who has nearly two decades of experience in non-surgical rhinoplasty.
Finding Business Success by Creating Personal Balance
Let’s discuss why it’s essential to take care of yourself to provide adequate care for your patients.
Listen to Dr. Ward as he reveals key factors for business success while addressing the concerns of thousands of patients.
Innovation and creating the perfect patient experience
Protocols & concepts you must follow to provide a perfect patient experience. Artificial Intelligence in aesthetics medicine.
Combining RF Technology to Maximize Practice Success
The insights you need to know about the newest & trending RF microneedling combination for tone, tightening & texture.
Medical economics and practice building strategies
As the title suggests, we discuss medical economics and the best applications, as well as lessons learned from mistakes made when you are young and want to start your practice immediately after training.
Helpful Podcast if you run a med spa
I found this podcast through the Business of Aeathetics Facebook group. You get great information and it is super helpful if you have anything to do with the business side of a med spa.
So much actionable info
Live this podcast and have implemented a number of new methods into my practice!
This is constructive criticism so don’t be offended. I want to learn about the “business” of aesthetics. This is all one physician blowing smoke to another. Surgeons and dermatologists are only one aspect of a huge industry. Physicians are educated but they are not always the best business people. Why not interview practice managers? Small practice esthetician’s, injectors, nurse practitioners also have a significant portion of the industry.