The future of dermatology: AI implementation in real-life scenarios
AI is bringing a revolution to dermatology and its impact is dependent on its value for supporting clinical decision making in real life scenarios.
5 Facts About Teledermoscopy: Part 1
Teledermoscopy is increasingly becoming the technique of choice for doctors and patients alike for its affordability, ease of access and capability to cater a broad range of patients. The imaging details of dermoscopic images are a great resource for tackling melanoma and other skin cancers.
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?
Streamlined Pathology Workflows For Improved Patient Services In Dermatology
The utilization of modern dermatology software is allowing to optimize practice workflows like that of pathology services. Given the real-time connectivity of these systems, access gained to crucial patient data can increase the precision of procedures for higher diagnosis accuracy.
What Is Technology’s Role In Skin Cancer Early Detection?
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.
Insights: International Expansion In MedTech
MetaOptima’s Business Development Manager, Karen Meohas, provides insights into how to navigate international expansion in medical technologies. From here, she discusses the value of project managers for the implementation of intelligent dermatology software such as DermEngine in new countries.