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HealthcareIT News: How AI and machine learning are transforming clinical decision support

Big things are happening in the space, with leading-edge vendors such as Dynamed, UpToDate and VisualDx pushing the envelope of what can be accomplished for evidence-based decision support.

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MedCity News: VisualDx gets Gates grant to build offline diagnostic tool

VisualDx got a grant for $655,535 from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to build a tool that can allow health workers to diagnose skin conditions without a signal. The app uses images and a series of questions to point users toward a diagnosis.

VisualDx Awarded Contract to Reduce Diagnostic Error in Low Resource Healthcare Settings

VisualDx announced today it received a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to improve and extend knowledge of front-line clinicians in remote, underserved areas. The grant will initially focus on providing healthcare workers in Africa with a smart-phone based, offline mobile decision support tool.

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StatNote: 25 Essential Medical Apps For Your Phone

25 essential medical apps for your phone as determined by StatNote.

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Electronic Health Reporter: 5 Most Innovative Healthcare Apps of 2020

The technology that has made you stagnant and lazy is the same technology that will help you get back in shape. Today we'll be learning about the five most innovative health apps that you must use in 2020.

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American Nurse Today: Top Apps for Nurses in 2020

As smartphones become more and more integral in our lives, the American Nurse Today team would like to share some of the top apps for nurses in 2019! These apps all have features that may enhance your practice and day-to-day lives.

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Dermatology Times: Should Dermatologists Embrace AI?

It’s not a question of whether artificial intelligence (AI) will disrupt dermatology. Changes to the specialty — thanks to accumulating data and images — have already begun.

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Irish Medical Times: The big questions for digital healthcare

Ahead of his talk at the RCPI's Digital Health conference on December 6, Art Papier, Associate Professor in Dermatology and Medical Informatics at the University of Rochester, New York, and co-founder and CEO of VisualDx, provides the responses in a Q&A session.

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HealthMatch.com: 7 Apps for Doctors and Medical Professionals

These seven apps can help you focus on your patients by making your medical research process faster, allowing you to easily reach out to other doctors and keep your clinical team on track with their tasks. 

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Dermatology Times: AI: It's not dermatologist vs. machine

VisualDx is using artificial intelligence to augment physician decision-making, not replace it.

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