SkinIO for Offices

Virtual skin screening reviewed by dermatologists.

  • Mobile app-guided full-body imaging

  • Automated, AI-based mole-mapping

  • Standardized, repeatable, sequential photography

  • Longitudinal change tracking

Learn more about using SkinIO at your office.

Guided photo-taking workflow

Overlays of previous photos help align the patient between photo sets

Tilt detection ensures consistent photo orientations

Reference marks provide accurate sizing information for detected lesions

A full-body scan can be captured in 3-5 minutes.

SkinIO Photo capture interface

Automated mole-mapping and matching to flag new or changed spots

  1. All automated results are reviewed by our in-house dermatology team
  2. If a spot is reviewed and is new or changed, the patient is automatically notified to see a dermatologist via the SkinIO system
  3. SkinIO will direct the patient to a referral network of dermatologists in-app and online
SkinIO Mole mapping

SkinIO is full-body, full-service, and full-time.

SkinIO camera view

Our technology tracks all of a patient's skin, so they don’t miss something they can’t see or that doesn’t appear concerning.

SkinIO Derm Network

Our in-house team of licensed dermatologists reviews every photo and we connect patients with a referral network of dermatologists when needed.

SkinIO comparison view

Our system is designed to track changes in skin over time, creating a visual timeline that makes in-office dermatology consults more meaningful and efficient.


  1. Nurses or nonmedical staff can capture full-body photography of patients in 3-5 minutes using the free SkinIO app on an iPad and a custom, easy-to-assemble photography backdrop provided by SkinIO
  2. All photos and results are reviewed by our in-house dermatology team so that patients can be quickly referred to dermatologists when needed
Read more about how it works
SkinIO Welcome package

Our technology is effective and secure.

Learn how it works

We built our patent-pending image processing algorithms (advanced computer vision and deep learning) specifically to target skin lesion detection and comparison.

All photos are encrypted and stored in a secure, HIPAA-compliant cloud-based infrastructure.

A Phase-1 clinical study with the Northwestern Department of Dermatology found our technology to be highly effective in detecting new or changed lesions.