Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – Full Session

Bijan Salehizadeh moderates a panel on innovative, alternate sites and ways of diagnosing patients beyond the doctor’s office walls.

Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – DermLink.md Demo

Jamison Feramesco and Victor Gane show us DermLink.md, an online dermatology program. DermLink.md uses high quality photography to help patients with any skin condition receive fast and accurate diagnosis remotely, without visiting their dermatologist’s office.

Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – CellScope Demo

CellScope CEO & Co-Founder Erik Douglas demos their diagnostic imaging mobile platform. CellScope includes both simple optical attachments and software that turns your phone into a diagnostic-quality imaging systems for healthcare, consumer skincare and education.

 

Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – Tawkon Demo

Worried about cell phone radiation exposure? Amit Lubovsky, VP of Marketing at Tawkon, explains that most of the time cell phone radiation exposure is very low, however certain situations cause a spike in radiation and higher risk. Tawkon is an app that runs in the background on your phone and monitors the radiation level. When the radiation level is high, it will notify you and give you tools to avoid exposure.

Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – iDoc24 Demo

Alexander Börve, Founder & CEO of iDoc24, shows us how to consult a dermatologist about your rash! iDoc24 provides anonymous skin advice that can be accessed through any device.

Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – Glooko Demo

A demo by Sundeep Madra, Co-Founder of Glooko, whose products enable people with diabetes to easily collect and view the information they need to help them successfully control their blood glucose readings. They can download readings from their meter into their smartphone and gain insight into the effect their daily activities have on their blood glucose readings.

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Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – ...

Bijan Salehizadeh moderates a panel on innovative, alternate sites and ways of diagnosing patients beyond the doctor’s office walls.

dermalink

Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – ...

Jamison Feramesco and Victor Gane show us DermLink.md, an online dermatology program. DermLink.md uses high quality photography to help patients with any skin condition receive fast and accurate diagnosis remotely, without visiting their dermatologist’s office.

cellscope

Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – ...

CellScope CEO & Co-Founder Erik Douglas demos their diagnostic imaging mobile platform. CellScope includes both simple optical attachments and software that turns your phone into a diagnostic-quality imaging systems for healthcare, consumer skincare and education.

 

tawkon

Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – ...

Worried about cell phone radiation exposure? Amit Lubovsky, VP of Marketing at Tawkon, explains that most of the time cell phone radiation exposure is very low, however certain situations cause a spike in radiation and higher risk. Tawkon is an app that runs in the background on your phone and monitors the radiation level. When the radiation level is high, it will notify you and give you tools to avoid exposure.

iDoc24

Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – ...

Alexander Börve, Founder & CEO of iDoc24, shows us how to consult a dermatologist about your rash! iDoc24 provides anonymous skin advice that can be accessed through any device.

glooko

Please Hold the Needles: Tools for Noninvasive Diagnosis – ...

A demo by Sundeep Madra, Co-Founder of Glooko, whose products enable people with diabetes to easily collect and view the information they need to help them successfully control their blood glucose readings. They can download readings from their meter into their smartphone and gain insight into the effect their daily activities have on their blood glucose readings.