3 Key Benefits of Intelligent Dermatology Tools

by The DermEngine Team on Aug 16, 2019

Practices are adopting intelligent dermatology to improve key areas that will serve more patients with quality care while streamlining workflows.

Top 5 Total Body Photography Breakthroughs Of 2019

by The DermEngine Team on Jun 21, 2019

Total body photography services are continuously evolving. How is artificial intelligence (AI) driving changes we are only beginning to experience?

DermEngine | Total Body Photography Made Intelligent

by The DermEngine Team on May 6, 2019

Total body photography machines are expensive and labour-intensive for practical use. DermEngine offers the world's most efficient and accessible solution.

How Can AI Quicken Imaging Workflows?

by The DermEngine Team on Apr 11, 2019

Dermatologists are already stretched thin, with 623 specialists serving Canada’s population of over 37 million. How can DermEngine’s artificial intelligence-based tools assist medical professionals quickly and effectively serve high-priority patients in the fight against skin cancer?

MetaOptima Ends AAD 2019 With A Bang!

by The DermEngine Team on Mar 5, 2019

Another successful year at AAD! Although the last day, it was not without excitement. The MetaOptima Team had the pleasure of seeing many familiar faces as people returned to purchase DermEngine (intelligent dermatology software) and a free MoleScope (mobile dermoscope).

Total Body Photography: Overcoming Challenges For Widespread Application

by The DermEngine Team on Jan 28, 2019

Total body photography has become the preferred methodology for large scale study of potentially serious skin diseases such as melanoma. Despite current technical and operative challenges, this technique is labelled as the future for effective dermatology practices in the fight against skin cancer.

How Has Total Body Photography Evolved? Pain Points Then And Now

by The DermEngine Team on Jan 9, 2019

Total Body Photography: although only implemented within the past couple of decades, it has become a pillar for dermatology practices focused on the early detection of skin cancer. Introduced in a time of rapidly evolving technology, how has it improved and what goals remain unachieved?