Although targeted immunomodulatory medications are increasingly utilized for inflammatory skin conditions like plaque psoriasis, little is known of the trends in adoption of newly Federal Drug Administration (FDA)-approved immunomodulators by dermatologists. We performed a retrospective, cross-sectional analysis of Medicare Part D Prescriber datasets to identify dermatologists filing Medicare prescription claims for immunomodulatory drugs FDA-approved for plaque psoriasis between 2013-2018. Differences in dermatologist characteristics were determined between dermatologists prescribing a psoriasis treatment within two years of its FDA approval, “early adopters” and non-prescriber dermatologists over the same time period. Biologics approved for psoriasis from 2013-2018 included certolizumab pegol, secukinumab, brodalumab, ixekizumab, guselkumab, and apremilast. Early adopter dermatologists (n=783) accounted for 5% of all Medicare Part D prescribing dermatologists. Early adopters were more likely to be male, in practice longer, and had a greater number of average annual beneficiaries than dermatologists who did not. Only six (<1%) early adopters practiced in small town or rural areas. We believe these data show that the adoption of novel biologic treatments for psoriasis by dermatologists to Medicare beneficiaries may be associated with clinician experience and practice volume. Additionally, we identified low absolute numbers of dermatologists prescribing biologics overall in non-metropolitan areas, which may represent delayed access to novel psoriasis treatments for many Medicare beneficiaries.