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Dermatology Made Easier This Summer

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 6/22/21 11:00 AM

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Summer is officially here, and people around the country will be spending more time outside. We need sunshine in order to stay healthy, but too much of anything can become problematic.

Sunburns can lead to skin cancer. In the United States, more than 9,500 people are diagnosed with skin cancer every day. But when detected early, the five-year survival rate for melanoma is 99%.

One of the best things you can do in reducing the chances of skin cancer is taking the proper precautions when you know you’re going to be in the sun, like wearing protective clothing and putting on sunscreen. Another important thing is for people to schedule annual physicals and see a dermatologist if anything looks suspicious.

Helping Dermatologists Do Their Thing

With eClinicalWorks, dermatologists have everything they need to mark observations and take real-time images at the point of care, create treatment plans, place orders, and add areas of concern to the patient’s Watch List.

 Our comprehensive solution helps dermatologists by:

  • Letting physicians simply choose from a menu of shortcuts, then click on a 3D “hot-spotted” model. The observation list is automatically populated.
  • Allowing providers to upload patient images from their computer or mobile device or use the eClinicalMobile® app to take images safely and securely at the point of care.
  • Giving them one-click ordering for procedures, labs, medications, and injections. Biopsies can be tracked in a pathology log, and areas of concern added to the Watch List.
  • Providing them with a telehealth solution where providers can use cameras to identify common conditions, review imagery and screening, and improve access to care for those who can’t make it for a physical office visit.

Telehealth in Action

For Dr. Meena Singh, a Kansas dermatologist with Kansas Medical Center, P.A., healow TeleVisits have been a great tool for conferring with patients about upcoming surgeries. Once a diagnosis and treatment plan are in place, she can use a televisit to let patients know what to expect ahead of time, saving them a trip to her office.

Interested in giving our dermatology solution a try? Click below to schedule a quick demo to find out how this solution can help your practice succeed.

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Topics: telehealth, TeleVisits, eClinicalMobile, telemedicine, skin cancer screening, summer skin care, sunburn, dermatology

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