Telehealth – refers to the technology used in care delivery and facilitation of health and health-related services such as live video conferencing, mobile health apps, “store and forward” electronic transmission, and remote patient monitoring.1
Telemedicine – refers to the practice of medicine using telehealth technology to deliver care at a distance.2
Teledermatology Software – Choosing Dermatology Telehealth
While diagnostics can not be done without an in-person visit, dermatologists can do many things using teledermatology softwares, as part of an online visit (prescribing, educating, and counselling patients). Find out how to choose the right software.
Virtual Prescription Refill Visits
In most cases, it is required by the law that patients with chronic skin conditions go to their dermatology clinic to get their prescription refilled. This inconveniences the patient, putting a strain on the healthcare system.
7 Reasons Why Telemedicine Boosts Patient Experience
Get an overview of the 7 reasons why teledermatology can be used to maximize and improve the patient experience and satisfaction in your private dermatology practice.
Teledermatology Apps for Providers and Patients
This article explains the benefits of teledermatology apps, the trend in their usage, and why they are necessary for patients and providers. It also includes a list of 3 apps that will help you narrow down the list depending on your needs.