DermEngine is known for holding many features, such as total body photography, teledermoscopy services, and clinical decision support tools (powered by AI). But what about the other ones hidden within the intelligent dermatology software? Read on to discover the top 10 tools you never new existed.
In the expanding world of dermoscopy, innovations are focused on addressing the growing rate of skin cancer cases and dermatologists shortage. Learn how the different versions of our mobile dermoscope, MoleScope are designed to support the needs of patients and medical experts for enhanced care.
MetaOptima is proud to announce the successful raising of $8.6 million backed by Skip Capital & AirTree Ventures. Funds will be used to implement & build our intelligent dermatology platform, DermEngine, into the global dermatology industry beginning with Australia due to high rates of skin cancer.
Optimal survival rates are intrinsically connected to the early detection of skin cancer through consistent medical imaging and patient engagement. Therefore, it is necessary to empower patients with mobile dermoscopy tools such as MoleScope to support them on their skin health journey.
In recent years, a new type of dermoscope has been introduced to the field of dermoscopy: the mobile dermoscope. Equipped with the latest imaging tools, mobility, and affordability, this article outlines the top 10 reasons dermatologists are upgrading to the newest mobile dermoscopes available.
CBC's Dr. Lin has recently recognized MoleScope, our smartphone dermatoscope as being one of these valuable tools in dermatology. Due to the rising rates in smartphone usage, companies are developing tools to support patients in their health, such as for the early detection of skin cancer.
Studies show a majority of dermatologists use a dermoscope, as it is an essential part of their practice. Although generally agreed that a digital dermatoscope valuable for the early detection of skin cancer and other skin conditions, the cost-effectiveness of this device remains widely speculated.