Remote Teledermatology Jobs in the U.S.
Interested in finding a remote dermatology telemedicine job? Look no further; these job boards are the best places to find Teledermatology jobs.
Author: Jennifer Highland, Content Manager of Miiskin | Reviewed by: Jon Friis, founder, and CEO of Miiskin
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Teledermatology Practices | Telemedicine Job Boards
The focus of healthcare is shifting to making care “smarter” – from accurate diagnostics and illness management to easier access to patient-reported data.
According to the AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges), the United States could see an estimated shortage of between 37,800 and 124,000 physicians by 2034, in both primary and specialty care1.
This is very good news for dermatologists looking to land their first teledermatology job after their residency or for doctors looking for a change. But finding the right job may feel daunting, even if there is a huge demand—check out these telemedicine companies and job boards to land your next career opportunity as a telehealth dermatologist.
Best Dermatology Telemedicine Companies to Work With
Here is a list of 5 best dermatology telemedicine companies to work for in the U.S. that offer teledermatology jobs. A general requirement to work for these companies is that the dermatologist needs to be based in the United States, board-certified, and licensed to practice in at least one state.
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2. Eagle Telemedicine
Eagle Telemedicine offers telemedicine services to help hospitals meet the challenge of the physician shortage, and address the uneven geographic distribution of doctors. They help hospitals fill staffing gaps, offer new specialties, and increase services to the community. They constantly have posts for telemedicine dermatology jobs.
DocBright is a spin-off of family-run New York dermatology practice Mandel Dermatology. It offers virtual consultations to patients, and it aims to solve quick, straightforward issues. They post traditional dermatology jobs and jobs for dermatologists doing telemedicine. .
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DermatologistOnCall is a telehealth service offering skincare to patients nationwide in the U.S. All telemedicine dermatologists and doctors are board-certified and are licensed in the state where they are practicing. They use store-and-forward teledermatology to provide their services. They constantly post jobs in teledermatology.
Direct Derm is an online service that provides skincare for patients. All their doctors are board-certified and they review patient cases via a store-and-forward telehealth solution. They only offer online dermatology jobs in the U.S.
Best Telemedicine Job Boards
This list includes traditional job boards that specialize in healthcare and offer jobs in Dermatology (including remote dermatologists jobs) and Teledermatology. There are many other healthcare job portals that are not mentioned in this list because they do not have any vacancies in the dermatology space.
1. Health eCareers
Health eCareers, besides offering telederm and dermatology job posts, also provides job seekers with career resources, such as salary guidelines, career tips, and advice for dermatologists, teledermatologists, and other healthcare professionals.
MomMD is dedicated to connecting women in medicine and it is the largest site of its kind. It brings together job posts in dermatology and telemedicine and other medical specialties from different sources including private practices, and academic employers across the US.
It has +11,000 active members and has a series of blogs that offer advice for female doctors at all stages of their careers.
3. JAMA Career Center
The JAMA Career Center is an affiliate of the Journal of the American Medical Association that caters to active and passive job seekers.
Search queries can be narrowed down by locations, specialty, and skills. They offer dermatology job posts in the U.S. and abroad as well as international volunteer programs.
HealthJobsNationwide is one of the largest healthcare job boards in the U.S. They have more than 1.5 million healthcare job listings from over 90,000 medical facilities.
Job searches can be filtered by location, specialty, company name, job type, and job setting. The website supports Medical Mingle, a social media platform with forums, support groups, and articles.
The CareerVitals job board offers dermatology vacancies and a smooth application process for telemedicine dermatology specialists job seekers. They offer a free, resume critique service.
6. Health Career Center
Health Career Center Is affiliated with the American hospital association, and it has over 3 million members from over 330 healthcare groups. Remote, Telehealth, and Dermatology job seekers can also have access to career coaching, webinars, and career learning.
Here concludes our list of job sites for dermatology and teledermatology. Take a look at the different options and get a feel for the market.
Before you begin your job search, have you considered setting up your own private practice?
Today’s dermatologists are more focused on work-life balance, and one of the best ways to achieve this is by setting up your own practice with a schedule that fits the life you want to have.
If you are intrigued by this idea, here are some resources where you can learn more about the technology, the alternatives, and the implementation.
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