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.
Nearly 30% of healthcare execs say telemedicine services are the most promising digital health trend in 2018. Learn why teledermoscopy software earned the top of the list, along with how it is being designed to work with other promising trends like artificial intelligence (AI) and interoperability.
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?
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.
Within your practice you likely have a wide variety of systems at your disposal such as practice management software and dermatology EMR solutions. How well do these systems utilize the latest features in digital health (interoperability, cross-platform accessibility) to support your practice?
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.