Use our free app imitoMeasure in order to inform your treatment team with a wound report about unexpected healing problems. Simply install the app, document the wound and send the wound report by e-mail.
We are also working on a service for hospitals, which will enable you as a patient to contribute to the photo documentation from home. For this purpose, the hospital’s treatment team can provide you via our imitoPatient app with a safe way to transfer photos and videos during an outpatient consultation or a stationary stay.
imito, the clinical photo app and the Swiss eHealth Summit 2017
Review 2016. Nine Start-Ups line up in front of a critical Swiss eHealth Summit jury to perform the first Start-up Slam Switzerland. The five minutes presentation of imito AG convinced the jury to honor Chrysanth Sulzberger and Manuel Studer with the 1st place and an exclusive presentation slot in 2017 for their radically simplified clinical […].
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World Health Summit Startup Track
Wir wurden als Finalist für den Startup Track ausgewählt und dürfen imito Hermann Gröhe, dem Gesundheitsmister von Deutschland präsentieren!Während des Tages werden wir einen kleinen Stand haben und freuen uns dort auf interessante Gespräche.The World Health Summit Startup Track highlights outstanding ideas and innovative business concepts that have the potential to revolutionize healthcare and improve global […].
The “harmless” snap in a hospital?
In this day and age when technology pervades most aspects of our lives, it has become crucial to find ways to regulate it.Ever since the birth of the iPhone in 2007, hand-held electronics have assumed a dominant position in most aspects of people’s daily tasks. Whether on laptops, tablets or smartphones, personal health management has […].
Smartphone photographs worth more than a 1000 words? Our tips for medical smartphone photography!
Smartphone photographs worth more than a 1000 words? Our tips for medical smartphone photography!Now that smartphones are a part of daily life, they are becoming a valuable tool for medical purposes too. This article covers a proposal of guidelines patients and medical professionals need to follow in order to effectively use smartphone photography to provide […].