Practices are adopting intelligent dermatology to improve key areas that will serve more patients with quality care while streamlining workflows.
Total body photography services are continuously evolving. How is artificial intelligence (AI) driving changes we are only beginning to experience?
Dermatologists are already stretched thin, with 623 specialists serving Canada’s population of over 37 million. How can DermEngine’s artificial intelligence-based tools assist medical professionals quickly and effectively serve high-priority patients in the fight against skin cancer?
DermEngine utilizes the latest innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) to provide its users with cutting-edge technology for imaging, analyzing and documenting. As part of our initiative to provide innovative services, we'd like to take this opportunity to answer your important questions.
As part of MetaOptima’s initiative to develop and implement intelligent dermatology software and tools designed to support medical professionals in their daily practice, the company’s Research & Development team has published the following research papers.
Artificial intelligence has been commonly used in the business world for its basic automation. Applied to pathology and dermatology, AI’s power can analyze patient images as a clinical decision support tool while connecting medical workers to create an optimized patient healthcare ecosystem.
MetaOptima is honoured to be the host of the first official Digital Tech Supercluster announcement. With a total investment of 950 millions by the Federal Government, Round 1 of this project is expected to drive Canada’s digital future with a $5B GDP boost and +13,000 jobs created in 10 years.