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Good Collaboration: Telemedicine with iPhone and Ruler. Ch 4.

Posted by Lawrence Kerr on Thu, Nov 10, 2011 @ 01:09 PM

ruler for telemedicineIn Chapter 4, Background & Measurements, you will:

  • Recall why measurements matter.

  • Decide what to leave in and what to take out.

  • Learn simple tricks to choose an optimal background.

    There is no question that collaboration is enhanced by having words and pictures presented as an ensemble, together, rather than separately. Clear communication requires structured writing, and photography is no different. Photographs illustrate deeply and quickly what text struggles to describe. Text gives history and relevance to photographs.

The chapters below, include, among other things:

Chapter 1:

What clinical and medical photography are

What makes a good clinical photograph

medical photography introductory chapter

Chapter 2: 

Why HIPAA and HITECH compliance is important in medical iPhone photography

Why setting up photographic permissions properly enhances patient care

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How to use the ePub feature on the iPhone and related tablets

How to pose and frame for maximum communication and comparison

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Now the NEW Chapter 4:

Discusses background, color distraction and measurement. It has common sense suggestions born of many years experience. For instance, why is blue an ideal background color?

Download Chapter 4 here. As always we strongly encourage your comments, corrections, and most of all, any sharing (this is medical collaboration, after all) of your own experiences.

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Tags: telemedicine, medical collaboration, telehealth, coordinated care, iPhone medical apps, care coordination, clinical photography, medical photography

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