Lisette Hilton
Lisette Hilton, president of Words Come Alive, has written about health care, the science and business of medicine, fitness and wellness for 25 years. Visit
A scribe’s view: ‘Committed to delivering efficient care’
Ashley Li, BS, chief scribe in the University of California, San Francisco’s urologic oncology and melanoma departments, says urology scribes help streamline patient care.
Scribes slash EMR burden
Scribes slash EMR burden
Urologists who view electronic medical record documentation as a burden are turning to scribes. Scribes, many say, relieve them of that burden, freeing urologists and other providers to focus on patient care.
Photos? Pricing? Years in practice?
What do patients value most when searching for the right cosmetic surgeon?
Battle of the brands
RealSelf dips into its data to reveal which minimally invasive aesthetic products and technologies have captured consumer interest... and which are going to create competition in 2017.
Addressing the upper arm wobble
The demand for a batwing solution continues to rise, but is brachioplasty the only (or best) way?
The hyoid suspension neck lift
Could securing the platysma to the peri-hyoid cervical fascia improve the longevity of your neck lifting results?
Cosmetic surgery and e-cigarette use
Cosmetic surgery and e-cigarette use
Researchers offer advice on how to council e-cigarette users prior to surgery.
New Year, now what?
Eight aesthetic physicians offer insights and best practices for making 2017 the best year yet for business.
Medical expulsive therapy or bust?
Medical expulsive therapy or bust?
Whether or not medical expulsive therapy (MET) is a sound recommendation for patients with kidney or ureteral stones is a matter of debate.
Reviews matter
Reviews matter
Fact: online reviews have become nearly as valuable to patients as a personal recommendation. Here’s how to effectively manage yours.