What Are The Consequences Of An Aging Population For Dermatology?
The upcoming decade will mark a drastic change in the primary demographic in need of healthcare; by 2025 ~25% of the population will be over the age of 65. With such large changes already beginning to take effect, how will this alter the dermatology industry?
5 Frequently Asked Questions About Teledermoscopy Answered
The advent of communication systems has allowed for the development of teledermatology services, where more recently teledermoscopy is helping improve the accuracy of diagnoses empowering doctors and patients to have an active fight against skin cancer.
Mobile Dermoscopy For The Early Detection of Melanoma & Other Skin Cancers
Skin cancer is a problem that affects us all. In spite of the widely recognized importance of skin cancer early detection, rates continue to increase. Overwhelmed, dermatologists are starting to empower patients with mobile dermoscopes to take skin cancer imaging into their own hands.
What Does Dermatology Owe To Technology?
Technology is driving the many changes that the healthcare field has been witnessing in recent times. Dermatology has seen the implementation of many advancements as much in hardware as in software systems for the improvement of service quality for doctors and patients alike.
Mobile Dermoscopy For Active Patient Involvement
The use of dermoscopy has signified a great advancement in dermatology. Future directions predict the standard utilization of mobile dermoscopes for patient self-examination as a powerful instrument for skin cancer early detection and higher survival rates.
How Accurate Is Your Patient’s Data?
In order to provide accurate, informed care patient medical files must be as up to date as they are accessible. Discover why in spite of the latest advancements to EMR software solutions this fails to be the case along with what healthcare providers are doing to combat this crisis.
AI In Dermatology: Future Implications
Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing many areas within dermatology practices. New advancements are changing how services are offered, but also posed challenges about implementation and regulation, where the human touch will never be replaced.