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.
Skin cancer can be a fatal disease if not treated on time, making early detection procedures of utmost importance for greater survival rates. Technology is actively contributing to advance doctors’ practices and empower patients for combating skin cancer at its initial stages.
Teledermoscopy services have become a solution to many of healthcare’s growing problems. What are the next steps? Discover why dermatology EMR software are already combining teledermoscopy services with artificial intelligence (AI) for a new level of comprehensive care for skin cancer.
Each dermatology clinic has the potential to change the way people see their skin health. With the rising popularity of mobile dermoscopy, GPs are empowering their patients with mobile dermoscopes to increase engagement and empower them with the ability to take skin imaging into their own hands.
As one of the main approaches to teledermatology, dermoscopic image store-and forward can bring multiple benefits to current challenges in the field. Part 2 of this post covers the different features of this technique and how they help complement traditional dermatology practice.