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Problem Statement: People experiencing homelessness (PEH) face disproportionate access to dermatologic care. Teledermatology is a platform that may improve access to medical care in underserved communities. The literature is lacking on this topic.
Project Aim: The purpose of this quality improvement initiative is to evaluate patient and provider satisfaction with teledermatology in an urban shelter setting. Satisfaction surveys will be distributed over one year to provide measurable data that are determinate (designed to highlight multiple satisfaction metrics, numerically), concise (designed with functionality and efficiency in mind) and relevant (validated across multiple studies).
Nugent, Shannon; Ly, Michele; Bui, Khanh; Purcell, Caroline; Touati, Andrew; Krain, Rebecca; Bistline, Anna; Motley, Robert; Jones, Elizabeth; and Ross, Nicholas, "Satisfaction with teledermatology in an underserved urban shelter setting" (2022). Department of Medicine Posters. 20.