Embed patient-related photos in the electronic patient record. Seamlessly, in a standardized way and in compliance with data protection regulations…Learn more
Scan important documents easily and without delay. Save them directly in the electronic patient record.Learn more
Standardised and intuitive documentation for more objectivity in treatments and simplified collaboration.Learn more
23 – 25 May 2022
Meet us at this year's EWMA & Journées Cicatrisations Conference in Paris to learn more about our app solutions for standardised and integrated wound documentation.
of Swiss university hospitals trust our solutions
healthcare professionals save time during their daily routine with our apps
organizations are our customers
different departments benefit
Document and categorize diseases and injuries visually by photo. Record gait disorders on video. Directly in the patient context.Learn more
Deep integration into the existing architecture makes the image data and documents immediately available for other colleagues involved in the treatment. Independent of our apps.Learn more
The Instagram-like team chat is a fast and secure way to seek the opinions of colleagues.Learn more
Efficiently document, categorize and precisely measure acute and chronic wounds directly at the point of care (width, length, circumference, area).Learn more
Photos are essential for publications, lectures or education. Dynamic categorization during recording enables efficient reuse.Learn more
Digitize documents brought in by the patient directly with a smartphone, so that they are immediately saved in the patient's electronic medical record.Learn more
Increased quality of images and documentation combined with time savings in daily clinical practice - imito is a pioneer in the field of clinical apps.
Dr. Roland Naef
Head of ICT Medical Applications & DFL Research Data Service Center, University Hospital of Zurich
A new face at imito! Meet our new Regulatory and Compliance Manager, Irina.
The Geneva School of Health Science (HEdS-Genève), the University of Geneva (UNIGE), and the company imito AG have obtained Innosuisse funding for the development of an application that will support clinical decision-making in the treatment of wounds, intended for healthcare professionals and their training.