Taking Your Practice Online
As concerns over the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to grow, healthcare systems around the world are experiencing unprecedented strain as they race to provide care for the rising number of sick patients.
How can you ensure that your patients continue to receive the care they need without compromising the safety of other patients and your staff?
What Is Teledermatology?
Teledermatology is a sub-specialty of telemedicine (also known as telehealth) that uses telecommunication technologies to connect patients with a healthcare provider for the professional feedback of a skin-related condition or inquiry. Comprising roughly 20% of call cases seen by general physicians, dermatology conditions are often diagnosed based on visual characteristics, making it the perfect candidate for remote services.
Empowering Your Patients
Telederm breaks down proximity barriers to increase the accessibility of your services for continued care for your patients. Your staff can invite existing and new patients to complete their account on the secure online portal (MoleScope) and download the app all from the comfort and privacy of their own homes. From here, they can capture and document their images on a personal digital body map and submit them to your team for professional feedback.