Managing Health Care Direct consultation involving an individual with a skin condition by contacting a dermatologist through telecommunications to request a diagnosis and treatment. In this field, teledermatology mobile applications become more important The telediagnosis in the absence of personal contact with health care workers and client is complex. It requires the active participation of the client, and without proper guidance may result in poor management. However as emergency treatment, leading to the individual directly to the appropriate specialist for their condition, could be very valuable in the near future. Be referred to a specialist is a major area in the implementation of teledermatology. A general practitioner (or other medical professional) who sees a patient, consult a specialist or a specialized center via telecommunication to obtain a second opinion. The specialist then helps general practitioners to give a diagnosis, providing management options, and so on.
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