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AI Powered Screening & Virtual Appointments Made Easy

We have digitized the doctor’s office, created patent-pending Artificial Intelligence (AI) skin disease screening technology, and cut through the bureaucratic red tape to connect patients with skin specialists within days, sometimes even hours.

The GetSkinHelp web platform and mobile app allows people to:

  • Get an AI analysis of their skin disease;
  • Keep a history of pictures regarding their skin condition;
  • Schedule virtual appointments that best suits their busy schedule;
  • Communicate directly with physicians through virtual means;
  • Learn about different types of skin diseases; typical treatments, and management standards.

We have even integrated our services with provincial healthcare plans, University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP), and Blue Cross programs to ensure people can have access with no out-of-pocket fees. GetSkinHelp will be particularly valuable for the at-risk population; those who live in either remote or under-serviced regions; and individuals who may have difficulty travelling to a physician’s office.

As we continue to grow, more physicians across Canada are reaching out wanting to join our roster. Soon, GetSkinHelp will be where people go for their skin disease concerns.

Visit GetSkinHelp.com to schedule an appointment today or learn more about our exciting AI and AR technology.

The Mobile App

We routinely dismiss skin abnormalities as being harmful due to their rather unexceptional presentation.

Moles, skin tags, and rashes are rarely viewed as causes for concern and are often dismissed as a threat until the discomfort is greater than the hassle of seeing a doctor. But it is during that time of latency where dangerous conditions can fester and become deadly.

When people finally take action, they are then subject to long wait times or need to travel hundreds (if not thousands) of kilometres to access physicians in a major urban centre.

People who download the GetSkinHealth App and take pictures of their skin condition will get a pixel-by-pixel AI analysis that will look for the presence of skin disease. The AI will also offer the user the option to schedule an appointment with a skin specialist and hold virtual consultations right through the app.

The AI itself is able to discern with 88% accuracy (compared to trained physicians who range between 66% to 87%) the following conditions:

  • Dermatofibroma
  • Vascular lesions
  • Basal cell carcinoma
  • Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Melanoma
  • Dysplastic nevus
  • Benign keratosis-like
  • Melanocytic nevus

The AI technology provided through the GetSkinHelp app is a huge step forward in helping people get a better understanding and urgency of their skin condition. Canadians are now better equipped to catch skin cancer in its early stages and expedite treatment for individuals with serious cases.

AI Powered Screening & Virtual Appointments Made Easy

We have digitized the doctor’s office, created patent-pending Artificial Intelligence (AI) skin disease screening technology, and cut through the bureaucratic red tape to connect patients with skin specialists within days, sometimes even hours.

The GetSkinHelp web platform and mobile app allows people to:

  • Get an AI analysis of their skin disease;
  • Keep a history of pictures regarding their skin condition;
  • Schedule virtual appointments that best suits their busy schedule;
  • Communicate directly with physicians through virtual means;
  • Learn about different types of skin diseases; typical treatments, and management standards.

We have even integrated our services with provincial healthcare plans, University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP), and Blue Cross programs to ensure people can have access with no out-of-pocket fees. GetSkinHelp will be particularly valuable for the at-risk population; those who live in either remote or under-serviced regions; and individuals who may have difficulty travelling to a physician’s office.

As we continue to grow, more physicians across Canada are reaching out wanting to join our roster. Soon, GetSkinHelp will be where people go for their skin disease concerns.

Visit GetSkinHelp.com to schedule an appointment today or learn more about our exciting AI and AR technology.

The Mobile App

We routinely dismiss skin abnormalities as being harmful due to their rather unexceptional presentation.

Moles, skin tags, and rashes are rarely viewed as causes for concern and are often dismissed as a threat until the discomfort is greater than the hassle of seeing a doctor. But it is during that time of latency where dangerous conditions can fester and become deadly.

When people finally take action, they are then subject to long wait times or need to travel hundreds (if not thousands) of kilometres to access physicians in a major urban centre.

People who download the GetSkinHealth App and take pictures of their skin condition will get a pixel-by-pixel AI analysis that will look for the presence of skin disease. The AI will also offer the user the option to schedule an appointment with a skin specialist and hold virtual consultations right through the app.

The AI itself is able to discern with 88% accuracy (compared to trained physicians who range between 66% to 87%) the following conditions:

  • Dermatofibroma
  • Vascular lesions
  • Basal cell carcinoma
  • Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Melanoma
  • Dysplastic nevus
  • Benign keratosis-like
  • Melanocytic nevus

The AI technology provided through the GetSkinHelp app is a huge step forward in helping people get a better understanding and urgency of their skin condition. Canadians are now better equipped to catch skin cancer in its early stages and expedite treatment for individuals with serious cases.

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