Some nations’ implementation strategies have proven to be drivers in overcoming technical and regulatory obstacles when applying teledermatology in their health system. The U.S. and other nations should attempt to imitate and build upon these methods to facilitate further global adoption.
Medical professionals, particularly dermatologists, have been combining their services with telecommunication for nearly a quarter of a century. Although valued for its efficiency, in some areas teledermatology approaches still face numerous barriers which have slowed its widespread adoption.
As disconnected healthcare systems continue to burden providers, medical experts are turning to an enterprise approach to standardize operational workflows. Practices are now adopting interoperable EMR software such as DermEngine with the goal of optimizing communication for higher quality care.
Have you ever been placed in the unfortunate situation where an emergency requires you to retrieve a patient’s file from your clinic after hours? If you have, then you know the stress this creates for everyone involved. How can cross-platform accessibility overcome this barrier?
Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a $16 billion market opportunity positioned for great innovations in the healthcare sector. Designed to create comprehensive documentation solutions, this niche AI-based solution is already revolutionizing how data is utilized.
When adopting mobile devices within your practice it is essential that regulations are strictly adhered to. The following guide outlines the key legal issues to be aware of when using a mobile device to take clinical images along with how DermEngine's dermatology EMR software supports this process.
Patient medical records are vital to providing comprehensive care. To properly support physicians, EMR software must be accessible, accurate, and interoperable at all costs. So why are preventable medical errors the third most common cause of death in the United States?