As the medicare reimbursement for primary care physicians (GP) get smaller, most of GP's are forced to see more patients and work longer hours with smaller paychecks. This trend will eventually lead to a bigger shortage of GP/family physicians in U.S. healthcare system. I hear that there are a increasing number of family physicians who also practice lucrative derm and cosmetic procedures and do extremely well financially. Many of them are apparently learning these cosmetics (botox, laser, collagen) and derm procedures (like skin bx) from conferences and courses after graduation. Can FM residencies train their residents more in dermatology?