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Tele Dermatology segment accounted largest share of 28% in 2015 in Tele medicine market

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Research Nester has recently announced its latest research on “Teledermatology Market : Global Demand Analysis & Opportunity Outlook 2023”, after studying the market situation and anticipating the future trends, the research provides a concrete platform for the existing and new players looking to enter into the market. The study provides information about market scenario of forecast period by analyzing the current situation.

Tele-dermatology is a branch of tele-medicine in which the medical facilities are provided by the use of tele-communication technology. This includes the exchange of data over a long distance by different means of communication like audio, video, image etc. The technology can also be used for consultation and educational purposes.

In this era of digitalization and the recent developments in the tele-communication industry a growth for the global tele-medicine market is projected to reach new heights in near future. In order to reduce the gap between supply and demand in the medical facilities many company across the globe are giving their best to attract investors to extend their services in the tele-dermatology field. For instance, the U.S. Department of Telemedicine (DLT) has announced USD 8.6 million for the development of tele-health sector of the country. Iagnosis, a U.S. based company providing telemedicine solutions, has raised USD 5 Million to launch an expanded mobile platform for sharing rashes and skin problem images with dermatologists. Likewise, Spruce, a U.S. based telemedicine company focused on building a better way to see the doctor, has announced USD 15 Million of investment in a series of funding.

Direct consultation, fast communication, specialty referrals, cost effectiveness, Audit ( using online platform a full audit for historical data can be obtained to commission best possible consultations ), Fast and efficient delivery of service based on demand are the main market drivers of global tele-dermatology.

Low acceptance level in developing countries is one of the major barriers in the growth of telemedicine. Patients from developing countries avoid these types of services due to lack of education and awareness. Lack of computing awareness, slow internet connections are also the major restraints of Tele-dermatology market growth.

Tele-dermatology enables the dermatologist to consult the patient remotely. But, dermatologist faces number of problems if they want to give their service in another state as Tele-dermatology licensing rules are different from state to state. In most of the cases, dermatologists need another license or he/she has to pay extra fess to practice in another state. Even if the license is obtained, the dermatologist  are asked to follow the medical rules of a particular state, which sometimes are contradicting and cause inconvenience for both the doctors and the patients.

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