Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a $16 billion market opportunity positioned for great innovations in the healthcare sector. Designed to create comprehensive documentation solutions, this niche AI-based solution is already revolutionizing how data is utilized.
The advent of cloud-based dermatology software has allowed for the implementation of streamlined data collection, storage and analysis. Stakeholders in the healthcare system can benefit from real-time sharing of updated information that drives improved diagnosis.
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.
Artificial intelligence (AI) in dermatology has become a constant source of excitement, but leads to questions about how it may impact your practice. Read on to discover the answers to 6 of your most asked questions about artificial intelligence for dermatology and what it means for you.
MetaOptima’s CEO Maryam Sadeghi will be participating of the 2018 edition of the CME symposium on Transforming Dermatology In The Digital Era in New York city. She will be joining a group of skin care professionals to discuss the impact of technology in the future of dermatology.
MetaOptima is partner with Change Healthcare to implement an intelligent dermatology network with the support of DermEngine and MoleScope for improved patient care across Canada. Rolling out in 2019, this is an exciting opportunity to extend affordable, accessible, and streamlined dermatology care.
Total body Photography is set to be one the next big technology in dermatology. Although a major breakthrough, systems still fail to meet the needs of medical experts. Discover the top 5 ways artificial intelligence is pairing with total body photography software to streamline practices.