Your smartphone just got smarter.
Get personalized answers to your patient's skin problems in seconds.
Take a photo of the patient's skin lesion
Analyze the photo with DermExpert
Confirm or edit the patient's lesion type
Answer a few additional questions
See the differential diagnosis results
View clinical information and diagnosis images
Primary care clinicians are not well trained on skin conditions.
VisualDx leverages our comprehensive curated medical image library, our deep knowledge base, and machine learning to provide the generalist practitioner with the help needed to recognize, understand, and treat skin conditions.
Improving Skill Set
Generalists only experience 21 hours of training in dermatology1 so it’s no wonder they have limited ability to appropriately handle skin conditions. Unlike other AI technology, VisualDx Plus DermExpert teaches while it works. Clinicians easily learn how to best describe a lesion or rash. This allows them to either better treat their patient or provide a better referral.
Ease of Technology
DermExpert works because it’s fast and it’s accurate. Our unparelled guided workup takes just seconds to quickly get to a meaningful differential diagnosis. The machine learning occurs right on the phone, ensuring patient privacy.
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What our customers say:
"VisualDX and DermExpert have been lifesavers. For those providers who are not dermatologists, we often fear the patient who comes in for a “rash”. I would often find myself going back to my office to open up a textbook or look online, hoping that I may be able to find a diagnosis. Since you can’t simply take a picture and match it, I would find myself going back to my days as a resident on my Dermatology rotation, recalling the specific terms to find matching conditions. DermExpert to the rescue! I have been able to use it to not only take pictures of the questionable lesion and then answer some brief questions to get a thorough differential diagnosis, but I can also go step by step based on the lesions characteristics and location to find possible diagnoses. From acanthosis nigricans to zoster, DermExpert and VisualDX have dermatology for the non-dermatologist covered a to z."
— JACOB MATHEW, JR., MD, INTERNAL MEDICINE
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- Fleischer AB. Diagnosis of Skin Disease by Nondermatologists. AJMC. https://www.ajmc.com/journals/issue/2000/2000-10-vol6-n10/oct00-504p1149-1156. Published October 1, 2000.
- Davila M, Christensen LJ, Richard SD. Epidemiology and outcomes of dermatology in-patient consultations in a midwestern U.S. university hospital. Dermatology Online J. https://escholarship.org/uc/item/64h8j3kz. Published February 1, 2010.
- Lowell BA, Froelich CW, Federman DG, Kirsner RS. Dermatology in primary care: Prevalence and patient disposition. JAAD. https://doi.org/10.1067/mjd.2001.114598. Published August 2001.