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Apple CEO Tim Cook isn't a doctor, but he talked about a piece of medical software, VisualDx, during Apple's most recent earnings call.
Rochester-based VisualDx, has enhanced its VisualDx app with Core ML, a new framework enabling on-device machine to learning to create powerful, rich experiences.
MedCity News reports on VisualDx's collaboration with Apple's Core ML to improve diagnostic accuracy with DermExpert.
Apple is showcasing our latest efforts for iOS 11. CNBC reports on our work to improve skin condition diagnosis.
As we mourn the passing of Lawrence Weed, the father of the problem-oriented medical record (POMR), the SOAP note format, and problem-knowledge couplers, (1,2) we also celebrate his life and ideas.
VisualDx continues its global expansion with the addition of new features including the ability to search in 6 different languages and the ability to select a home region to localize search results.
VisualDx is mentioned in a blog as an aid in medical decision-making that could help drive down the rising cost of healthcare by helping to provide fast and accurate diagnoses.
Politico's Arthur Allen writes about health IT and how third-party apps in EHRs (like VisualDx) will help ONC implement the 21st Century Cures Act in the face of budget cuts.
Scientific American looks at point-of-care technology helping doctors and other healthcare professionals quickly and accurately diagnose patients.
VisualDx is poster child for Rochester's downtown development, bringing jobs and innovation to the Flour City.