What you need to know about telemedicine

When an in-person doctor’s visit isn't possible, ask your doctor if telemedicine is an option. Use your mobile device or computer to discuss treatment options for your mild-to-moderate eczema with your doctor and ask if EUCRISA is right for you, all from the comfort of your home.


Get the most out of your virtual visit

If you do schedule a virtual visit, here are some tips to help make it go smoothly:

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Before your appointment

  • Check that you have a good internet connection
  • Make sure your device is fully charged
  • Test your video and microphone to make sure they’re working
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Let’s get organized

  • Contact your doctor's office ahead of time and complete any necessary paperwork
  • Write down any questions you might have
  • Make note of the symptoms you’ve experienced and how you’ve been managing your eczema. If needed, gather clearly visible photos of your condition
  • Locate any links or instructions from your doctor’s office, so you’ll be ready to connect on time
  • With the rules around telemedicine changing, check with your insurance provider to see if your visit will be covered and how much your copay will be
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Lights, camera, visit!

  • Make sure you're in a well-lit room so your doctor can see you clearly during the visit
  • Have a flashlight on hand so your doctor can see your eczema
  • Pick a quiet space for your call and try to limit background noise and interruptions

Have these tips handy for your next telehealth visit

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