Teledermatology has become a popular solution to the growing number of skin cancer cases. As these services continue to grow, so does its availability to be utilized in different spaces. How have these new spaces encouraged an increase in patient connectivity where regular in-office visits failed?
Skin cancer can be a fatal disease if not treated on time, making early detection procedures of utmost importance for greater survival rates. Technology is actively contributing to advance doctors’ practices and empower patients for combating skin cancer at its initial stages.
As one of the main approaches to teledermatology, dermoscopic image store-and forward can bring multiple benefits to current challenges in the field. Part 2 of this post covers the different features of this technique and how they help complement traditional dermatology practice.
Live-interactive and store-and-forward teledermatology, can be a great advantage to provide streamlined service without compromising best dermatology practice. Part 1 of this post focuses on the features and advantages of live-interactive teledermatology in daily practice.
With a projected value of $5.2 billion by 2020, telemedicine is becoming an essential part of digital healthcare. To better understand this growing need, this article investigates the results of telemedicine and associated services (teledermoscopy software & mobile dermoscopy) in healthcare.
Nearly 30% of healthcare execs say telemedicine services are the most promising digital health trend in 2018. Learn why teledermoscopy software earned the top of the list, along with how it is being designed to work with other promising trends like artificial intelligence (AI) and interoperability.