It's National Skin Cancer Action Week in Australia. With 2 in 3 Australians diagnosed in their lifetime, it's important to educate people on the importance of skin cancer early detection. But where exactly are patients turning to seek medical support, and most importantly, are they receiving it?
With the increasing implementation of intelligent dermatology tools, the dynamic of healthcare relationships has forever been changed: patient-doctor, doctor-colleague, and (most ambiguously) doctor-technology. This article examines the three relationships and how this impacts quality of care.
Artificial intelligence in dermatology is being introduced throughout every aspect of the industry, from dermoscopy all the way to predictive analytics. Amidst these astounding advances, which ones are set to have the greatest impact on dermatologists, their practice and their patients?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing many areas within dermatology practices. New advancements are changing how services are offered, but also posed challenges about implementation and regulation, where the human touch will never be replaced.
Artificial intelligence (AI) in dermatology has become a constant source of excitement, but leads to questions about how it may impact your practice. Read on to discover the answers to 6 of your most asked questions about artificial intelligence for dermatology and what it means for you.
Teledermoscopy services have become a solution to many of healthcare’s growing problems. What are the next steps? Discover why dermatology EMR software are already combining teledermoscopy services with artificial intelligence (AI) for a new level of comprehensive care for skin cancer.
Artificial intelligence is rapidly changing how healthcare practices are performed. Dermatology is benefitting from the use of intelligent algorithms that can help streamline doctors’ work and improve patient experience by enhanced clinical decisions in skin cancer diagnoses.