Artificial intelligence (AI) is developing to assist in various fields, including healthcare. AI technological advantages can complement dermatology services, however human emotional components in patient-doctor interaction remain a crucial aspect of practice.
In order to provide quality care, dermatologists must be equipped with the most advanced tools in dermoscopy. This article reviews the experience of Dr. Jason Rivers, a practicing dermatologist at Pacific Derm using DermEngine (dermatology software) with the support of MoleScope for his patients.
Software as a Service (SaaS) has become the operational business model of preference for multiple disciplines. In this article we describe the key features that have made it so successful in healthcare practices, with a focus on dermatology.
Due to the dermatologist shortage, physicians are often the first point of care for dermatology- related cases. What dermatology EMR software can doctors use to ensure that they provide quality care while preserving the time necessary to focus on other cases within their practice?
Best dermatology EMR software is an essential aspect of dermatology practices. Discover how intelligent dermatology platform, DermEngine, offers seamless integration for a complementary solution to traditional EMR solutions, reducing time and cost efforts while increasing efficiency.
Cloud-based electronic medical records (EMR) solutions are the gold standard in medical practices when it comes to managing processes and storing patient data. Read on to discover how intelligent dermatology EMR solutions are designed to keep patients' medical data and records safe and accessible.
Big data is the concept of using vast quantities of data towards greater insights otherwise missed. Due to the large quantity of information involved within the dermatology industry, new AI algorithms are combing information for valuable insights. But what happens when you’re stuck with dirty data?