Saturday, December 11th, 2021

All you need to know about digital development in the "skin business"

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Skin business

Skin disease is the 4th most common cause of human illness1-3 and there are around 3,000 skin pathologies.3,5 One third of the world population has been affected by at least one skin disease,1-3 while a new survey shows that 48% of the European population over 18 declared at least one dermatological condition.4 

The US dermatology treatment market is generating $75 billion,6 the global aesthetic market is evaluated at $15 billion and the skincare market will weight $200 billion by 2026. We estimate that the “skin business at large” is worth around $500 billion per year.

$500 billion per year

Poor access to care & Misinformation

Vision - Skin & Digital Summit

The Vision of the Skin & Digital Summit is to facilitate and create a comprehensive conversation about what, digital technology & artificial intelligence advancements, can bring to skin business at large (dermatology, aesthetics, skincare). At present, there is no common forum to capture the broad context of “Skin and Digital” and what it means to consumers and patients.

Beyond the need for new therapeutics, aesthetics and skincare innovations, the skin business is facing two main challenges (poor access to care and misinformation)

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SCHEDULE DETAILS Information of Event Schedule

Live on the web - Saturday December 11th, 2021 @3pm – 5.30pm, Paris time @9am – 11.30am, New York time, @9pm - 11.30pm, Beijing time

3pm - 4pm

Tech and the Dermatologist's point of view

  1. Digital Dermatology: Sensors and the Future
  2. This algorithm doesn't replace doctors – It makes them better
  3. Towards augmented intelligence in dermatology
  4. AI in skin cancer: from education to diagnostics

Q&A with the audience

speaker-1

Steve Xu

speaker-2

Alexander Zink

speaker-3

Roxana Daneshjou

speaker-4

Josep Malvehy

4pm - 4:30pm

Patient perspectives

  1. What will be the patient benefits of digital technology?
  2. Telemedicine for psoriatic disease care – a report from IFPA

Q&A with the audience

speaker-1

Silvia F. Barrio

speaker-2

Elisa Martini

4.30pm - 5:15 pm

Digital health and the 21st Century Consumer/Patient

  1. How life sciences can raise the bar as an eco-system partner, enabling new pathways of care?
  2. To be announced
  3. The challenges of social media for the aesthetic practitioner

Q&A with the audience

speaker-1

Adam Higgins

speaker-2

Doris Day

5.15pm - 5.25pm

Innovation initiatives

  • Presentation of MatchLab AI
  • Presentation of three Innovation Hubs: Hacking Dermatology, IMCAS Innovation Tank, Magic Wand Initiative

speaker-1

Nick Rance

speaker-2

Dominique du Crest

5.25pm - 5.30pm

Conclusion and Plans for 2022

speaker-1

Dominique du Crest

LISTEN TO THE Event Speakers

Elisa Martini

IFPA Program Officer

Doris Day

Dermatologist & Journalist

Roxana Daneshjou

Dermatologist

Josep Malvehy

Dermatologist

Alexander Zink

Dermatologist

Adam Higgins

Head of Digital Strategy

Silvia F. Barrio

AEPSO President

Steve Xu

Physician-engineer

Nick Rance

Founder @ MatchLab AI

Dominique du Crest

Co-founder Skin Digital Summit

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References

  1. Hay RJ, Johns NE, Williams HC, et al. The global burden of skin disease in 2010: an analysis of the prevalence and impact of skin conditions. J Invest Dermatol. 2014;134(6):1527-34.
  2. Hay RJ, Augustin M, Griffiths CEM, et al. The global challenge for skin health. Br J Dermatol. 2015;172(6):1469-72.
  3. Bickers DR, Lim HW, Margolis D, et al. The burden of skin diseases: 2004 a joint project of the American Academy of Dermatology Association and the Society for Investigative Dermatology. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2006;55(3):490-500.
  4. EurekAlert! Almost half of people in Europe have a skin problem or disease, new EADV survey reveals. October 1, 2021. Available at: https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/930052.
  5. Fritsch P, Burgdorf W. The skin and its diseases: an overview. Eur J Dermatol. 2006;16(2):209-12.
  6. MDedge/Internal Medicine. Skin disease costs $75 billion a year. March 3, 2017. Available at: https://www.mdedge.com/internalmedicine/article/132680/practice-management/skin-disease-costs-75-billion-year.
  7. Jain A, Way D, Gupta V, et al. Development and Assessment of an Artificial Intelligence-Based Tool for Skin Condition Diagnosis by Primary Care Physicians and Nurse Practitioners in Teledermatology Practices. JAMA Netw Open. 2021;4(4):e217249.
  8. Tizek L, Schielein MC, Seifert F, et al. Skin diseases are more common than we think: screening results of an unreferred population at the Munich Oktoberfest. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 2019;33(7):1421-8.
  9. BBC. Google AI tool can help patients identify skin conditions. May 18, 2021. Available at: https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-57157566.
  10. LinkedIn.com. Skin and Dermatology – When History meets AI. May 26, 2021. Available at: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/skin-dermatology-when-history-meets-ai-dominique-du-crest/.
  11. IMCAS. [Data from Clarivate Analytics]. World Tribune – What are the trends in Asia? Industry CEOs insights. July 13, 2021. Available at: https://www.imcas.com/en/academy/course/2700/asian-tribune-trends-ceo-insights.
  1. Daily Beast. The Fake News Epidemic in Health. May 2, 2018. Available at: https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-fake-news-epidemic-in-health.
  2. Redacción Médica. El 65% del contenido sobre Dermatología en redes sociales es “impreciso”. September 3, 2021. Available at: https://www.redaccionmedica.com/secciones/dermatologia/informacion-dermatologia-redes-sociales-bulos-9830.
  3. Iglesias-Puzas Á, Conde-Taboada A, Aranegui-Arteaga B, López-Bran E. “Fake news” in dermatology. Results from an observational, cross-sectional study. Int J Dermatol. 2021;60(3):358-62.
  4. Cosmetics claims expert: Social media a ‘virulent source’ of misinformation. September 23, 2020. Available at: https://www.cosmeticsdesign-europe.com/Article/2020/09/22/Social-media-beauty-growth-must-be-truthful-and-avoid-misinformation-says-cosmetics-claims-expert