For a study, researchers sought to understand that the COVID-19 pandemic provoked a fast extension in the utilization of telemedicine. The study expected to survey the encounters of hemangioma experts using telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic to assess and oversee infantile hemangiomas (IH), including apparent adequacy of various modalities and boundaries to mind conveyance. Multicenter cross-sectional review requesting that suppliers portray their encounters utilizing telemedicine for starting assessment of IH from March to September 2020. The review included 281 patients from 15 clinical focuses globally. The middle time from reference to assessment was 17 days. Middle doctor trust in performing assessments through telemedicine was 95.0 (IQR 90.0-100.0). Most assessments were performed using video correspondence with photos or sound correspondence with photos; when not at first free, photos were mentioned in 51.4%. Suppliers favored follow-up modalities that included photos. Doctors with broad skills in overseeing IH are certain about their capacities to survey and oversee IH through telemedicine, remembering to start treatment for patients without risk factors for beta-blocker treatment. There was an inclination for half-breed modalities that included photos. The information proposes that telemedicine can be compelling for overseeing IH and may diminish stand-by times and further develop expert reach to underserved regions.