DermTriage™ Makes Teledermatology Practical
Referring providers use DermTriage to take standardized skin images of their patients’ concerns and send e-consults to local dermatologists for triage.
How DermTriage™ Works
Perfect Images, Every Time
Because the blur effect has no place in clinical photography.
Spots, Rashes, Acne, and Everything In Between
Our imagers can capture nearly all skin concerns in a standardized way, including:
- Acne vulgaris
- Cutaneous infections
- Nevi (moles)
- Seborrheic keratosis (age spots)
- Skin cancers
- Skin tags
- Vascular lesions
E-Consult Platform Built for Dermatologists
Intuitive e-consult software built for speed and accuracy.
Made for Your Workflow
Only minimal training is required to fit the needs of any primary care office, retail clinic, or other imaging location.
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What is DermTriage?
DermTriage™ facilitates dermatology access by streamlining referrals from primary care with e-consults. Using a handheld imaging device, trained users take standardized images of patients’ skin concerns and send the consults to local dermatologists for remote triage. DermTriage is a HIPAA-secure telemedicine service that uses a simple user interface, guided image capture, and automated quality detection to get the perfect image, every time.
How does DermTriage work?
Providers can use DermTriage as an alternative to a traditional referral for patients with skin concerns, such as acne, rashes, and spots. Trained users, typically medical assistants, capture clinical quality skin images, and other pertinent information, at the point of care, then send the consults to remote dermatologists for triage. In just a few minutes, dermatologists can review patients’ medical history, information about the skin condition, and standardized images using the secure e-consult web portal to determine if the patient needs an in-person referral. The entire consult, including images, captured information, and results from the dermatologist’s review, is summarized in a PDF consult report, which can be attached to the patient’s medical record.