Big Data In Healthcare: Profiting From The Next Great Commodity

by The DermEngine Team on Dec 26, 2018

Big data is an increasingly common term referring to the collection and analysis of large amounts of data to draw patterns of predictability for disease prevention and management. The potential of big data in dermatology can contribute to the early detection of skin cancer for higher survival rates.

7 Key Tech Trends Dominating The Dermatology Industry

by The DermEngine Team on Jul 16, 2018

As the world of digital healthcare continues to evolve how have the latest innovations been adopted within your practice? With changes occurring so quickly they might be hard to identity. Read on to discover seven key shifts in digital healthcare with a focus on the dermatology industry.

What Is Interoperability And Why Do We Need It?

by The DermEngine Team on Apr 27, 2018

Interoperability is a key trend in the field of digital healthcare. Discover what interoperability is, why it is important to medical fields such as dermatology, and learn about how intelligent dermatology such as DermEngine is developing integration tools to create a centralized platform.

The Importance Of Big Data In Healthcare

by Ramaninder Singh Jhajj on Apr 25, 2018

Big data has become an essential factor to the continued growth of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in healthcare. This article provides insight how the increasing amounts of big data will revolutionize artificial intelligence in dermatology and the healthcare industry.

Big Data: A Guide For Non-Technical People

by The DermEngine Team on Mar 8, 2018

In recent years, big data has become a buzzword when talking about growth in the technology sector. However, there are still confusions about exactly what big data is. This guide will go through the core concepts and ideas behind Big Data and with the goal of keeping it simple

Predicting Analytics: 3 Big Data Trends in Healthcare

by The DermEngine Team on Dec 8, 2017

See how advancements in advancements inbBig data processing tools are causing researchers to predict huge gain in the predictive analytics market for healthcare