The potential of AI technology to assist in pigmented skin lesion classification is proving disruptive for the future of intelligent dermatology.
Cloud-based connectivity offered by SaaS software, such as DermEngine, help leverage technology to improve dermatology services for better patient outcome.
Cloud computing is something we hear about in nearly any industry. However, due to its rapid increase in popularity many healthcare providers are left in the dust. The following article answers the top 3 most common questions asked by medical experts about using cloud EMRs.
Technology has infiltrated every aspect of our lives. However, what may be welcomed as valuable to some is seen as an overwhelming challenge for others. How can technologies like EMRs, telemedicine, etriage, and apps support patient care when patients and/or doctors don't know how to use them?
Research shows that healthcare workers can't seem to move past the fax machine. Part 1 of this article summarized the 4 main reasons behind this decision. In part 2, each of these points are examined in greater detail to uncover their negative consequences on the healthcare system and its patients.
Fax machines have long held a place within healthcare. In spite of the many technological advancements such as artificial intelligence and teledermatology this hardware is still used by 75% of respondents. This is quickly becoming a problem as practices struggle to upgrade while staying connected.
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.