Document and share your findings visually.
Medical photo and video documentation
Document and categorize diseases and injuries visually by photo. Record gait disorders on video. Directly in the patient context.Learn more
Get second opinions
The Instagram-like team chat is a fast and secure way to seek the opinions of colleagues.Learn more
EMR, DMS and PACS integration
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
Research and education
Photos are essential for publications, lectures or education. Dynamic categorization during recording enables efficient reuse.Learn more
Medical photography radically simplified
Our mobile tools for medical and nursing staff integrate seamlessly into your hospital's existing application architecture.
Simplified user login via barcode/RFID for impersonal devices and direct patient identification via barcode.
Automatic and precise measurement of the area, length, width and circumference of wounds and specimens.
Capture series offline or without patient identification and complete it later on any device.
An order-processing-interface allows seamlessly integrated wound photography workflows based on tasks.
Browse through the timeline of one or more findings of a patient and better understand the progression.
Enables secure and convenient team collaboration via chat, e.g. for second opinions.
The smart and dynamic categorization of images provides added-value for research and education. Instantly find other photos with similar characteristics.
Document melanomas with the Handyscope (iOS adapter) and save them standardized and automatically calibrated in the patient record.
In cooperation with Fotofinder Systems GmbH
Inès Clerc Dourthe, Chief Nurse for Stomal and Wound Therapy
Hôpital Fribourgeois, Switzerland
With imito, it goes much faster. We can measure wounds directly on the pictures. Once we archive a photo, it’s directly in the patient record.Watch on YouTube
Dr. med. Thomas Strohschneider, Chief Doctor of the Clinic for Vascular Surgery
Karl-Olga Hospital Stuttgart, Germany
The benefit compared to before is that photos are immediately in the patient context, we can recall them and compare them to previous photo-documentation and mixing-up photos to the wrong patient is no longer possible.Watch on YouTube
Dr. med. et med. dent. Florian Thieringer, MHBA
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University Hospital Basel
With imitoCam clinical photo documentation is now a piece of cake. The user interface is intuitive and fast. Assignment of patient images securely to the medical history are real added values.