If your practice is not yet offering online visits, it is definitely time to consider it.
DermatologistOnCall can help.
Below are some quick facts about our platform:
*Video is required minimally for the first visit in a handful of states.
It only takes a few minutes for a patient to conduct a visit – even less if they are an existing account holder. They simply need to:
Once the patient completes a visit, you get a notification that they are in your online waiting room.
You have the option to request more information and/or additional photos from the patient if needed to make a proper diagnosis. Patients can only submit one condition per visit.
The patient is notified when their diagnosis and treatment plan is ready to view.
Pricing depends upon how you plan to use the platform. We would be happy to review options with you over the phone, along with providing a customized calculation of the return-on-investment you can expect for your practice. Click below to request a phone consultation with one of our team members.
You can treat any patient in any state where you have a valid license to practice, including your existing patients and patients who are new to your practice. Our platform allows for you to be pre-selected for any patients you direct to the platform.
The onboarding process takes one month to complete on average. You are assigned an account manager immediately upon joining the network who works with you to develop a timeline for implementation, covering various aspects of onboarding, including credentialing, training, and adding the necessary information and links to your website and other digital properties to provide patients with easy access to your online practice. We also provide marketing support during the onboarding process and beyond to help you get the word out to patients that you offer online visits.
Our store-and-forward technology means providers can review cases and respond to patients when it works for them during the workday versus having to coordinate a time to connect with the patient via phone or video chat. In the few states that require video for the first visit minimally, we make it easy for you to conduct video calls at the end of the process to establish that physician-patient relationship. It only takes our providers a few minutes on average to diagnose and treat a patient online.
You have the option to “triage out” any patient you believe either should be seen in the office or whose condition requires a different type of care. If your practice cannot see the patient in-office for one reason or another, DermatologistOnCall can help with a referral.
A record of each patient case is maintained on DermatologistOnCall. Providers and administrators are given access to these medical records. A PDF is generated that can be easily downloaded or scanned to your EMR.
Currently, Medicare and Medicaid do not cover DermatologistOnCall visits.
We provide the option for you to “mark yourself out,” which indicates to us that you are out of the office on vacation or for other reasons and not available to treat patients within the required window of time. If a patient selects a provider who is marked out, they are notified that they can either wait for that provider to return or select another provider.
They work with us to raise the visibility of DermatologistOnCall as another way for patients to access dermatology specialty care quickly and conveniently from leading doctors in the field.
The article provides a synopsis of the findings from the Sage Growth Partners study mentioned above.
A Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia study shows parents’ willingness to use teledermatology to have their kids’ skin conditions diagnosed – versus waiting for an office appointment – is an 8 out of 10 with 10 being “very willing.”
An increase in chronic skin conditions, retiring doctors contributing to an even greater shortage of dermatologists, and advances in technology are making teledermatology “in demand” for the New Year.
The findings from a recent survey show that “three years ago 87% of providers surveyed didn’t expect patients to use telemedicine by 2017, but now 53% are expanding their services in telemed because of success and patient demand.”
The article provides an overview how telemedicine is gaining popularity so much so that carriers in Nashville are adding it to the plans.
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