By H. Peter Soyer, Michael Binder, Anthony C. Smith, Elisabeth M.T. Wurm

Written through prime teledermatologists and telemedicine specialists, this hands-on advisor addresses the sensible wishes of the various rising teledermatology companies around the world. It covers the clinical and technical necessities for such providers in addition to the photographic imaging necessities. It additionally illustrates the functionality of teledermatology through medical examples, discusses teledermatology in underdeveloped nations, and offers really good equipment of teledermatology. The effect of telemedicine at the doctor-patient dating is explored, and the benefits that accrue from bettering entry to specialist wisdom are defined. moreover, caliber insurance, felony assumptions, financial facets, and the long run horizons of such health and wellbeing care providers are all thought of. A accomplished appendix offers info on education possibilities, pattern protocols, consent varieties, info sheets, references, and appropriate internet links.

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When an Australian doctor refers a patient for a traditional face-to-face consultation with a dermatologist, the management of that patient’s skin condition will usually be carried out by the dermatologist. Expanded history, examination of the skin/mucosa/nails/hair, procedures such as skin biopsy, fungal scrapings, cryotherapy, excisions, curettage, explanation and prescription of dermatological treatments will all be performed by the treating dermatologist. This is not the case with teledermatology.

By perusing the cases posted on the site, the enquiring doctor can see how the dermatologist managed them and perhaps apply this specific management or variation thereof to their own patient. They are also popular as an educational resource when doctors have medical students or trainees in their practice. They are also used by many as a tool for patient education. As the cases posted on the site are derived from patients seen by the teledermatologist, they reflect the burden of dermatological disease seen in Australia.

This form confirms that: • The doctor is currently registered and insured for practice in Australia. • That TN is designed to assist the doctor in diagnosis and management of their patient’s condition. The referring doctor remains responsible for making the diagnosis and managing the patient. • The referring doctor recognises that a face-to-face consultation may carry less risk of diagnostic error than telemedicine. • That their insurer will cover them when seeking telemedicine advice. • That they have obtained written, informed consent from their patient to use TN to help manage their case.

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