The practice of plastic surgery has become more complex. As plastic surgeons face the postgraduate realities of contracts, negotiations, and health system employment, they are frequently unprepared to effectively manage these challenges. Furthermore, many plastic surgery training programs do not emphasize real-world business and policy concerns in residency training.
With this ongoing series of special topics, guest edited by Edward M. Reece, M.D., M.B.A. and Neil Tanna, M.D., M.B.A.,Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery endeavors to provide robust conceptual education and guidance in business and policy to help both private practice and academic plastic surgeons participate in, lead, and shape the future of health care.
Stay tuned: more entires in this series will be published regularly