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  • Are there any dermatologic conditions that cannot be treated virtually?
    Most dermatologic conditions can be treated virtually. However, there are a few situations in which you may want or need to be seen in-person; these include annual skin cancer screenings, new or changing skin growths on the body, or cosmetic procedures.
  • How can I find out if my condition can be treated virtually?
    Email us! We'll let you know which type of visit will be best for your concern.
  • Do you have an office in which you perform procedures?
    For our patients based in the New York City area, we do offer one day a week for in-person visits.
  • Does insurance cover telemedicine?
    In many cases, yes. Most insurance companies are currently covering telemedicine services.
  • Are telemedicine visits subject to cost-sharing?
    It depends on your insurance company. Currently, many insurance companies are waiving cost-sharing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • What is cost-sharing?
    Cost-sharing is the blanket term for the various ways of which a patient pays for portions of their health care. Insurance premiums, copays, coinsurance, deductibles, and out-of-pocket maximums are all examples of cost-sharing. Check out this article on cost-sharing to learn more.
  • What if my insurance does not cover telemedicine?
    For patients without insurance or those who are out-of-network, we do offer an affordable fee-for-service rate. Email us to find out more!
  • Can my medications be sent to my local pharmacy?
    Yes, absolutely. We can send any prescription to your local pharmacy. However, we recommend sending medications that are traditionally expensive or difficult to get covered to a dermatology specialty pharmacy.
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