Hey Rich, I take care of very large(30,000 gal +) aquariums with trophy fish(bass, striper and such) and the like. One of the responsibilities that I have is being able to take biopsies and such from the fish and check them under a microscope for parasites and such. We do have a very good system that we are able to log into and see pics of different things to help diagnose what we have. We're then required to send pictures and water quality reports to a vet which in turn will verify our findings and give us the required treatment. We keep most of the meds that we will ever need on site so we just get the dosage and start treatment.There has been a thread started already about doing your own fecals. If any other vets would like to jump in here and state the relative difficulty or ease of running them and IDing each and every bad, bad, and benign parasite in them, please do so. To be able to take pics of all these critters and get someone to go through them may also be harder than it is worth.
There may be a system set up like this for amphibian keepers...if so I'm not aware of it. While it's intimidating to get started doing these kinds of things it is by no means difficult. I currently have been doing my own fecals, but I take findings to a local vet - my sister. A project of getting a database going with pictures and descriptions to help the frogger identify the problems could streamline the entire system and would not really cause much of a strain on the vets either. I can run a fecal, send pics to the vet and have a treatment protocol in less than an hour most times if I have an idea of what it is I'm looking at. You didn't really post an opinion on how you feel about a system like this, but I think if done properly could be a very useful tool for the hobby.