Empire Medical Training Offers Aesthetic Training to Physicians
February 27, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsWith the changing nature of medical insurance laws in the United States, it has become increasingly important for medical offices and physicians to gain more revenue for their practices without insurance taking a percentage. As such, Empire Medical Training is pleased to announce that it offers aesthetic training services that will help physicians attach high revenue services to their medical practices to ensure economic viability in this volatile time.
Empire Medical Training provides aesthetic training in a variety of services, ranging from Botox and Dermal Filler training to Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy and Mesotherapy. The workshops from Empire Medical Training focus not only on the didactic side of learning, but also on the practical side-as such, every workshop provided by the company includes hands-on training, so that physicians can become comfortable with the methods of each procedure before attempting to perform it in office.
Aesthetic medicine is one of the best ways for physicians to add additional revenue to their medical offices first, because many of the procedures are extremely popular due to the growing popularity of appearing youthful, and, second, because many of these services are not covered by traditional insurance. That means, of course, that in many cases the revenue from offering aesthetic medical procedures comes completely to the medical office.
If you're interested in learning more about the different aesthetic medical training courses offered by Empire Medical Training, or if you'd like to find out more about how adding these services can increase your medical office's revenue, please visit www.empiremedicaltraining.com.
About Empire Medical Training – Empire Medical Training has provided continuing education to over 30,000 medical professionals over the last 15 years. With an emphasis on aesthetic and cosmetic medical training, EMT has provided countless doctors, physicians, and nurses with the tools they need to succeed in a changing economic world.