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VisualDx's Web-based Clinical Decision Support System Acknowledged by Frost & Sullivan as Best in Class

VisualDx's image database leverages the power of visualization to help physicians worldwide easily differentiate between lesions and morphologies.


Forbes: AI Diagnosis Tool Bridges The Gap Between Doctors and Patients

With the rise of AI in healthcare, how can these tools drive results and bridge the gap between doctors and patients? Forbes tackles the search for improving diagnosis in medicine.


Medium: Healthcare Mobile App Development for Doctors

Medical apps for doctors can simplify interactions among medical experts and patients, give access to medical and patient data, and foster quick collaboration among healthcare professionals. Medium explores at the market of medical apps.


Electronic Health Reporter: Health IT Trends for 2019

As we enter the final year of the 21st century's second decade, we've witnessed a tremendous amount of evolution in just 19 years. What role will our healthcare technology play in the healthcare industry in the next year?


MDLinx: Best mobile medical apps to keep your clinical skills sharp

Mobile health is big business. MDLinx looks at 7 apps that can prove beneficial to most clinicians.


Dermatology Times: Digital health and dermatology

What exactly is digital health? Dr. Steven Xu tackles this question in this month's Innovation column in Dermatology Times.


$3 Million Effort to Improve Diagnostic Accuracy

Coverys Community Healthcare Foundation awards 10 organizations grants for projects including VisualDx to improve the diagnosis of cellulitis.


Osmosis Collaborates with CMSS and VisualDx to Educate the Next Generation of Clinicians about Shared Decision Making, Diagnostic Errors

Osmosis to partner with CMSS and VisualDx to educate current and future clinicians on shared decision making and improving diagnosis.


AI holds great promise for visual fields like dermatology, but faces many challenges

Finding robust data sources, correcting for variations in images and avoiding bias are all hurdles to overcome.


Can Technology Help Dermatology Rediscover Its Roots?

If you think of health information technology only as electronic medical records, you may be dismissing a range of valuable tools.