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When to refer patients

medical_expertsReferring patients is easy.

Many primary care physicians say the shortage of dermatologists impacts their ability to provide timely, high-quality care to their patients with skin problems. DirectDerm offers 24/7/365 access to U.S. board-certified dermatologists, with a diagnosis and treatment plan returned within 48 hours of initial contact, often less than 24. DirectDerm’s service has been likened to having a dermatologist on-site, giving primary care providers an extra level of confidence, support and continuity of care.

DirectDerm gives you 24/7/365 access to U.S. board-certified dermatologists. Contact us:

  • Whenever you would like a dermatologist’s opinion on a diagnosis or treatment choice for a patient’s skin condition.
  • When a condition or lesion needs to be evaluated sooner rather than later.
  • When the shortage of dermatologists extends wait times in your area to weeks or months.
  • If a patient needs a dermatology consult before one would be available.
  • If location or circumstances (such as young children in the home, remote location or weather conditions) make it difficult for a patient to travel to a dermatologist.
  • If you would like to establish a two-way dialogue with dermatology specialists. Primary care physicians often say they feel ill-equipped to deal with many skin issues. We’re here to help with individual cases and to provide educational support.

To learn more or join DirectDerm as a referring provider, please contact us. One of our representatives will be in touch soon to provide more detailed information.

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"DirectDerm has been instrumental in life-saving consults that we were able to attain in the hospital, which is unheard of...  "

David Eibling, MD

Regional Medical Director

Molina Healthcare

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Consultation. Support. Continuity of Care.