Facial Cosmetic Surgery 2008

Facial Cosmetic Surgery 2008

June 18 – 22, 2008

The Bellagio, Las Vegas

 Dr. Edwin Williams was asked to co-chair the Practice Management and Practice Development section of the Facial Cosmetic Surgery 2008 which ran concurrently with Dr. Randy Waldman’s Multi-Specialty Foundation for Aesthetic Surgical Excellence.

Practice Management and Development (not CME accredited)
Chair – Edwin F. Williams, III, MD

The 4-Day Marathon MBA in Aesthetic Medicine

Running and growing a successful venture in the 21st Century is a lot more than just the practice of medicine mixed with good marketing and public relations. This section of the meeting will combine the absolute best minds in the aesthetic industry to give the attendee the edge required to start, run, grow and ultimately divest their interest in the aesthetic practice/venture. The material covered in this section will be organized in two sections entitled Practice Management and Practice Development. Each section will be expanded in excruciating detail.

Multi-Specialty Foundation for Aesthetic Surgical Excellence (F.A.S.E.)

By way of background, five years ago the physicians listed as our steering committee pooled their efforts to form a new nonprofit educational foundation. The purpose and mission of the Multi-Specialty Foundation For Aesthetic Surgical Excellence (F.A.S.E.) is to foster a spirit of cooperation and understanding between four specialties that are primarily involved in the science, practice and teaching of facial aesthetic surgery. The foundation’s main objective is the creation and maintenance of a recurring annual symposium that includes the leading educators and teachers from the fields of Oculoplastic Surgery, Dermatology, Facial Plastic Surgery and Plastic Surgery.