The care coordination approach aims to interconnect all stakeholders within the health system and elicit a streamlined care cycle.
Access to information does not always lead to better informed decisions. Skin cancer research requires the right educational sources to empower patients for skin cancer early detection and higher survival rates.
Dermoscopy: known for its ability to increase the diagnostic accuracy of skin cancer, comes in many forms. Recently is the introduction of mobile dermoscopy for in-home imaging. What can medical experts do to convince patients that this is the next step in receiving accessible skin care services?
Artificial intelligence in dermatology is being introduced throughout every aspect of the industry, from dermoscopy all the way to predictive analytics. Amidst these astounding advances, which ones are set to have the greatest impact on dermatologists, their practice and their patients?
Artificial intelligence is rapidly changing how healthcare practices are performed. Dermatology is benefitting from the use of intelligent algorithms that can help streamline doctors’ work and improve patient experience by enhanced clinical decisions in skin cancer diagnoses.
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.
To combat the rising rates of skin cancer, medical professionals must be equipped with advanced dermoscopy tools designed to optimize and enhance their practice