How can technology support dermatologists in every aspect of their practice? With the desperate need for more efficient workflows and shorter patient wait times, intelligent dermatology software hold immeasurable potential to forever transform the way medical experts provide care.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is developing to assist in various fields, including healthcare. AI technological advantages can complement dermatology services, however human emotional components in patient-doctor interaction remain a crucial aspect of practice.
Software as a Service (SaaS) has become the operational business model of preference for multiple disciplines. In this article we describe the key features that have made it so successful in healthcare practices, with a focus on dermatology.
Due to the dermatologist shortage, physicians are often the first point of care for dermatology- related cases. What dermatology EMR software can doctors use to ensure that they provide quality care while preserving the time necessary to focus on other cases within their practice?
We are excited to announce that MetaOptima’s Research and Development Team has won first place in the Disease Classification Task of the International Skin Imaging Collaboration (ISIC) 2018 Competition: Skin Lesion Analysis Towards Melanoma Detection!
Based on hand-written or manual documentation and communication systems, pathology labs and dermatologists alike are experiencing consequence of using outdated dermoscopy EMR software technologies. Discover the latest dermatology EMR solutions designed to simplify communications.
How will intelligent dermatology tools impact your practice? This article investigates a study which tested the performance of a CNN to aid in melanoma detection against a group of dermatologists along with the potential benefits to the dermoscopy industry and patient outcomes.