In Canada, some dermatologists are treating patients online for a fee. How does this work?

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  1. Ronnie

    I am fed up with griping about physician remuneration. We have a bigger problem of regulated health professionals that are highly trained to provide quality patient care that are neglected under the Canada Health Act. Dieticians, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, pharmacists and social workers for example are skilled and competent- but their advice is not publically funded. We have remuneration models that are siloed and incentivize individual professions and not team-based care. And when there are models for team-based care, they tend to prioritize physician-dominated governance structures that at times hinders true collaborative practice.

  2. Angie

    Hello, so I’m 17 years old and I’ve been getting a lot of stretch marks over my button and now is going up my back, I don’t know what to do. I’m fairly skinny and it’s getting worst over time.

  3. Daniel Eric

    There is also another site I’ve found recently called that seems to be an online dermatology service. Looks cheaper than the other services in this article.

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