SkinVision provides the following Online Services:
- the Android or iPhone smartphone application (App); and
- the website www.skinvision.com (Website).
In order to use the SkinVision Services, as described below, you need to subscribe to the App by providing your email address as a username and creating a password. You will be asked to validate your email address within 24 hours in order to make use of the service. You can personalise your account by choosing a profile picture and by filling in the Risk Profile and Skin Type questionnaires.
Depending on the country you are residing in, and what kind of service you have selected, the SkinVision App provides the following Services:
a. SkinVision Standard
With the SkinVision Standard Service you can take photos with the manual camera; you can create folders to store your photos to track them over time; the Standard Service is free of charge.
b. SkinVision Assessment
In addition to the Standard Service described above, with the SkinVision Assessment Service you are able to take a photo with the SkinVision automatic camera that is assessed by the SkinVision algorithm for potential signs of the most common forms of skin cancer (i.e. melanoma). The assessment output can be one of three different levels of risk, namely low risk, medium risk or high risk.The accuracy of the assessment and the performed quality controls approach the level of a dermatologist.
SkinVision performs continuous quality control of the assessments with a team of algorithm and image recognition experts, in collaboration with dermatologists. The assessment does not provide a diagnosis for skin cancer or any other potential skin condition. As part of the SkinVision Assessment Service, SkinVision offers a SkinVision Expert Review for every SkinVision Assessment with the outcome high risk. The SkinVision Expert Review for High Risk Assessments is not mandatory and will only be provided, if the user gives explicit consent to this service.
c. SkinVision Expert Review
In addition to the Services described above, the SkinVision Expert Review Service provides personal advice on how to interpret the output of the SkinVision assessment and the next steps you should take. The review is performed by SkinVision’s team of algorithm and image recognition experts. The experts review the assessment of the picture of your skin lesion and the answers you provided to the questions. The expert review will not give a diagnosis for skin cancer or any other potential skin condition.
d. SkinVision Pro Services
In addition to the Services described above, with the SkinVision Pro Services you can upload photos of your lesion and permit the doctor to send you information in response to your uploaded pictures. The SkinVision Pro Services provides two options, depending on the availability of clinics in the country you are located and the country’s regulation:
With this Service you can share a photo or a folder of photos with your doctor and receive feedback. If you share a photo, your case is open for fourteen days. If you share a folder of photos your case is open for twelve months.
Online Monitoring is made available to you upon an invitation from your doctor, with which you have an existing doctor-patient relationship with. The Service requires an annual year subscription.
The Teledermatology Service is available provided that the country where you are located permits teledermatology and that there is a clinic available in your country where you are located. As opposed to Online Monitoring, for Teledermatology you will not need to have an existing patient-doctor relationship. From the moment you have requested to review your photo by a doctor, your case is open for 15 days. The displayed pricing is determined by the doctor.
The Services are provided solely to you (Personal Services). No interactions within the Services create a doctor-patient relationship as defined under European laws. SkinVision is designed to support the health decisions and choices that you make for yourself. In the context of health and wellness, your decisions should always be made in conjunction with your attending physician or health care provider.