First Derm

By Aditi Pai March 3, 2016
iDoc24, which does business as First Derm, has launched a smartphone-connected dermatoscope, called DermLite Hud, in partnership with dermatoscope manufacturer DermLite. The device costs $79.95 and is available from DermLite’s website as well as Amazon. DermLite is a subsidiary of California-based company, called 3Gen. First Derm initially announced the dermatoscope in October 2015, when the...
By Aditi Pai October 20, 2015
There have been a number of digital health products that have launched on Indiegogo and Kickstarter in the last few weeks. These products, which all include a hardware element this time around, range from a mole -scanning smartphone peripheral, from a company that's been active in digital health for a couple years now, to a smartphone-connected spirometer. Notably, there are two women's health...
By Jonah Comstock March 9, 2015
Triomi's Pocket 12-lead ECG The Sprint Techstars accelerator announced its second class of companies, including a mix of new companies and a few that are already reasonably well-known. The companies will be based in Kansas City and will receive $120,000 in funding from the accelerator. "Sprint is proud to be working with Techstars again to bring this world-class accelerator program to Kansas...
By Aditi Pai March 5, 2015
First Derm, a dermatology question-and-answer app that is available in the Apple AppStore and Google Play Store, has reached 100,000 downloads. The app launched a little more than a year ago: January 2014. First Derm allows users to anonymously take pictures of external skin problems and send them to a licensed dermatologist, who will respond to inquiries within 24 hours of receiving the pictures...
By Aditi Pai January 21, 2014
iDoc24 has launched a dermatology question and answer app, First Derm, which is specifically targeted towards mothers to use for their children. The app allows users to anonymously take pictures of external skin problems and send them to a licensed dermatologist, who will respond to inquiries within 24 hours of receiving the pictures with an assessment of the problem. Users must pay $39.99 for...