Choosing the Right Telemedicine Provider for Your Dermatology Practice

In response to the prevailing COVID-19 outbreak, many individuals have shifted to a digital health care model, opting to attend routine appointments via telehealth platforms, while others are refusing to seek medical care altogether as a result of virus-spurred fears. At the same time, cosmetic and elective procedures have been postponed while some state orders …

The Impact of COVID-19 on the Dermatologic Healthcare Community

The COVID-19 pandemic has proven widespread, global effects which span further than just the immense death rates from country to country. As the infection and mortality numbers continue to increase, clinicians worldwide must still evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients for all medical issues whether those issues are related to COVID-19 or not. Along with its …

Psoriasis and Its Treatment with New Generation Biologics

By: Sangeeta Chakraborty, Ph.D. | Research Associate at National Jewish Health Overview Psoriasis is one of the most common non-communicable skin disorders with a worldwide prevalence of about 2% but can vary from 0.5 to 11%, depending on the geographic region. Since psoriasis pathogenesis is quite complex and the exact mechanisms of its cause are …

Implementing Teledermatology Into Your Clinical Practice

In recent weeks many medical practices have been forced to leverage new or existing telehealth programs, opting for digital rather than in-person care to adhere to social distancing guidelines. As a result, telemedicine is set to replace the majority of outpatient and routine medical visits for the foreseeable future across specialties, including dermatology. According to …