A big Boston teaching hospital is now offering digital healthcare services for its dermatology patients.

The Boston Medical Center, a not-for-profit, 496-bed, academic medical center in south Boston, has rolled out a telehealth program that enables dermatology patients to book an appointment online, fill out an online questionnaire about the skin condition for which they are seeking treatment and upload photos of their condition.

The patient can then pay a fee of $79 to consult with a board-certified Boston Medical dermatologist, who in turn will issue a diagnosis, prescribe a follow-up treatment or write an electronic prescription to be filled at the patient’s preferred pharmacy.