As the world of digital healthcare continues to evolve, how have the latest innovations been adopted within your practice? With such rapid changes occurring everyday, it might be hard to identify exactly what changes these are. Read on to discover seven key shifts in health tech (with a focus in dermoscopy/dermatology).
As artificial intelligence in dermatology continues to make leaps and bounds, there is an increasing need for additional literature citing the efficacy of intelligent machines in comparison to humans. One such study tested the performance of a convolutional neural network to aid in melanoma detection against a large group of dermatologists. This article looks to examine the applications behind the results of this study and the impact intelligent dermatology software will have on the industry.
With all of MetaOptima's recent accomplishments, we wanted to take this opportunity to talk a little bit about our vision. At its core, we work to empower medical professionals and patients with intelligent tools to promote the early detection of skin cancer and optimized care. With both increasing rates of skin cancer and breakthroughs in AI/artificial intelligence, we'd like to share more about MetaOptima's vision in the fight against melanoma starting with Australia.
Although we are only halfway 2018, we have already achieved so much here at MetaOptima! We'd like to take this opportunity to share with you some of our biggest accomplishments so far this year. Our proudest moments are expanding into Australia, attending our most successful year yet at the American Academy for Dermatology exhibition, and selling out of MoleScope II devices at the World Congress of Dermoscopy!
DermEngineTM is an intelligent, secure, online platform that empowers specialists and primary care physicians in the early detection and management of skin cancer
Funds will be used to implement and build its intelligent dermatology platform DermEngine into the global dermatology industry beginning with Australia
Within your practice you likely have a wide variety of systems at your disposal, each performing their own specific task. Although each software (ideally) performs its job efficiently, how well do they work with one another to support your practice?
Happy Birthday Canada! We’d like to celebrate today by sharing our appreciation for the Canadian government programs for all of their contributions towards new and growing companies like MetaOptima. With so many wonderful accomplishments, we’d like to take this opportunity to talk about how amazing Canada is for building innovative technologies that will have a global impact!
As the rates of skin cancer continue to rise in Canada, many family physicians have become the front line of defense for the early detection of these cases.1 Unfortunately, GPs have less experience detecting cancerous lesions than their dermatologist counterparts. How can dermoscopy tools provide a solution to this growing dissonance?
In part 2 of the article we discussed the cost efficacy of emerging cloud-based EMR software in contrast to the aging method of on-premise systems. The third and final step to completing this comparison is examining the actual capabilities provided by each of their systems: namely, once they are installed how are they supporting medical professionals in their practice? As with the last two articles, this will be examined through the lens of the dermoscopy industry.