Teledermoscopy is increasingly becoming the technique of choice for doctors and patients alike for its affordability, ease of access and capability to cater a broad range of patients. The imaging details of dermoscopic images are a great resource for tackling melanoma and other skin cancers.
Teledermatology market is expected to grow to USD 8.6 billion by 2024, with North America being the main geographical player worldwide. As modern dermatology software apply new technologies to support this practice, a broader range of patients are able to access life-saving services.
The upcoming decade will mark a drastic change in the primary demographic in need of healthcare; by 2025 ~25% of the population will be over the age of 65. With such large changes already beginning to take effect, how will this alter the dermatology industry?
Teledermoscopy has become an essential service for many practices. However, case studies differ in conclusion for how effective these services are for saving costs. The following article will analyze another implemented case of teledermoscopy services for expedited referrals.
Teledermoscopy is becoming a widely-cited solution for lowering healthcare costs while reducing patient wait times. How accurate is this statement? The part 1 & 2 of these articles compare studies focused on the financial feasibility of providing teledermoscopy services as an e-triage solution.
Teledermatology has become a popular solution to the growing number of skin cancer cases. As these services continue to grow, so does its availability to be utilized in different spaces. How have these new spaces encouraged an increase in patient connectivity where regular in-office visits failed?
Patient engagement is identified as a major priority over the next 5 years for healthcare practices. However, an industry snapshot reveals that this fails to be the case. This article summarizes the importance of patient accessibility along with potential solutions such as teledermoscopy services.