With one in four Americans suffering from a skin condition, the need for qualified dermatologists across the country is clear.
There are currently only 3.4 practicing dermatologists for every 100,000 patients, spreading available resources incredibly thin. After being referred to a dermatologist, patients often wait over 50 days for an appointment.
Thanks to improvements in digital imaging technology, the shortage of dermatologists can be combated through telemedicine. Eagle provides access to board-certified Dermatologists so patients at hospitals and clinics nationwide, even in the most rural areas, can receive high-quality care in a timely manner.
What conditions can a TeleDermatologist diagnose?
- Skin Cancers
- And More
What type of care can a TeleDermatologist provide?
- Perform a full physical exam with the on-site nurse
- Identify specialty-related diseases
- Manage chronic diseases
- Direct necessary follow-up care
- Discuss diagnosis and treatment directly with patient