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 …

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 …

New Telemedicine Prescription Program for Dermatology Patients

In a time of necessary social distancing among the global population, the growing practice of telemedicine¬†has become a valuable solution to providing virtual care, increasing accessibility, and vastly improving the patient-provider experience. By reducing the amount of in-person office visits and increasing provider reach, telemedicine has allowed for the streamlining of patient care at a …

Aesthetic Telemedicine for Clinical Efficiency and Patient Satisfaction

The emergence of a digitized dermatological practice within the last decade has been both a solution to issues with the accessibility of care and an improvement of the patient-provider experience. The practice of telemedicine¬†can range from online consultations with patients to AI-assisted skin cancer detection algorithms; its primary focus is on delivering medical information and …