Teledermatology has become an increasingly utilized technique for the efficient and timely management of dermatology practice. Live-Interactive (LI) teledermatology requires regulatory guidelines as established by AAD for the delivery of safe and efficient services to patients.
Digital health innovations are employed to build more effective and secure communication platforms between patients and healthcare providers for a simplified practice experience.
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.
Teledermoscopy is becoming the technique of choice for doctors for its affordability and capability to support underserved patients. However, myths still detract from this practice, requiring a better understanding to aim for full implementation and improved services.
The use of dermoscopy has signified a great advancement in dermatology. Future directions predict the standard utilization of mobile dermoscopes for patient self-examination as a powerful instrument for skin cancer early detection and higher survival rates.
Dermoscopy is an integral part of any dermatology practice. The dermoscope represents some of the most innovative solutions introduced to the dermatology industry. Discover the top three ways mobile dermoscopes are shown to streamline dermatology practices for maximized efficiency.
MetaOptima will be present at the International Certificate of Dermatoscopy and Skin Cancer to be held in Oxford, UK . We are pleased to announce that each attendee will receive 1-year free DermEngine (dermatology software) subscription and a free MoleScope II (mobile dermatoscope) device.