Allan C. Halpern, M.D., discusses what dermatologists need to understand about AI and how it might interact with or disrupt the specialty.
Some might view the use of non-human intelligence in dermatology as a threat. But this expert believes it's up to dermatologists to transform this technology into an opportunity to ‘augment' clinical practice.
Why physicians are hosting podcasts and how you can start one.
Hackers are increasingly using targeted attacks that resemble legitimate electronic communications.
While newsmaking cyberattacks often involve external hacks, many breaches result from mistakes made within the practice.
Artificial intelligence (AI) tools are steadily growing in popularity throughout medicine, particularly in dermatology. But does AI pose a threat to dermatologists? Find out in this article.
Robot dermatologists aren’t yet seeing patients for routine care, but artificial intelligence (AI) and other technology tools are growing in popularity throughout the industry. Learn more about how these advances in technology are impacting practices.
Apps aren’t just for mindless time-killing. A slew of apps are available to help you move more, eat better, and sleep deeper.
The use of cloudbased platforms to send, receive and store patient data in teledermatology adds security risks.
With office visits jammed with complex patients and underserved communities aching from lack of access, physicians need to think outside of the box.