Only 20% of mobile dermatology apps designed for patients may be worthwhile, shows an analysis published in February in the online journal Cutis. Learn more in this slideshow.
Study shows how primary care and dermatology practices can collaborate to serve underserved populations.
There are four questions physicians should ask when considering using digital healthcare technologies, says Michael L. Hodgkins, M.D., chief medical officer for the American Medical Association. View the slideshow for more information.
The AMA’s chief information officer talks digital health technology with Dermatology Times.
Photos taken by parents and submitted by smartphone are usually of sufficient quality to allow accurate diagnosis of some common pediatric skin conditions, results of a recent study in JAMA Dermatology suggests.