A thought walk on the subject of time in care.
O Brasil está entre os 10 países do mundo com maior número de pacientes diabéticos. Atualmente cerca de 16,8 milhões de pessoas. Infelizmente, muitos deles sofrem com feridas crônicas decorrentes da diabetes descompensada. Todos os dias, especialistas em feridas no Brasil atendem esses pacientes e buscam um gerenciamento de feridas de alta qualidade que contribua para o melhor cuidado possível.
Zsuzsi lets imito shine in the best light with her creativity and ideas. As an economist, she first worked as a marketing specialist before turning her passion for drawing into a profession. Since summer 2022 Zsuzsi has been part of the imito team and works as a graphic designer for the company.
imitoWound supports standardised wound documentation and simplifies the daily routine of healthcare professionals. That's why imitoWound is used by the Adelheid Clinic to document the stabilisation phase of patients in a standardised way. This helps the healthcare professionals to work efficiently and to speed up decision-making processes.
Wound treatment is a key component of health care. As a result, innovative approaches to predictive, preventive and more personalized medicine (PPPM) are critical in modern healthcare. In this article, you learn how wound treatment with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) contributes to a faster wound healing and the challenges that this presents.
Meet our Technical Project Manager, Martin.
Meet our Business Development Manager, Nicole.
Meet our new Junior Partner Manager, Pratiksha.
Meet our Product Owner and iOS developer, Peter.
A new face at imito! Meet our new Marketing Manager, Anita.
The German Wound Congress took place in Bremen from May 4th to 6th and imito was there!
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.
Meet our Product Owner, Eugene.
A new face at imito! Meet our new Technical Project Manager, Florian.
A new face at imito! Meet our new Data Scientist, Sofia.
A new face at imito! Meet our new Marketing Manager, Natalie.
Do Khacet al., compared imito's free app imitoMeasure (iOS, Android) for measuring wounds with ruler and acetate tracing (the current reference standard) in the clinical evaluation of pressure ulcer in a clinical validation study.
Sign in - lock the phone - sign in again. Who has not experienced this? Or when searching for the patient "John Doe". Which is the right one? This costs valuable time, is prone to errors and is quite annoying. We at imito want to make the everyday work of health professionals as simple and pleasant as possible. This has resulted in two solutions "Simplified login" and "Patient selection by barcode", which are already integrated into all our apps.
Documentation in a breeze. With our App imitoCam you can optimize your clinical photography and save valuable time in your daily work. Here is a user feedback from the pediatric dermatology department at the Kantonsspital Baden...
Area measurement methods are used in various clinical practices such as wound management, dermatology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, burn units, surgical specialities and more. Traditional methods are often time-consuming or inaccurate. With this brief overview of existing methods, you will learn how imito solutions provide a safe, effective and fast alternative, directly on your smartphone.
At this special time of year, we would like to thank you for the successful cooperation and strong partnership as well as for your trust in us, our products and services.
Building a corporate culture in a remote company. When team spirit, motivation, enthusiasm and commitment are not just words with good intentions...
This summer, we’ve asked our users opinion on our new Calibration Marker - thanks to everyone again for the valuable input!
The HIMSS Start-up Slam is a 4-minutes live demo showcase of ready-to-implement solutions for hospitals and care providers. The audience formed a clear opinion about the best pitch.
The German television channel ZDF reported on August 27th 2019, in its news channel "Heute Journal", about the digitalisation strategy of the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) using imitoCam to simplify the everyday life of their medical staff.
10 trade fairs and congresses, 7 speeches, 4 public live demos and around 6kg of Swiss chocolate distributed along with countless discussions! The #imitorocks #digitalhealth tour through Europe during the first half of 2019 set a new standard.
The power, the challenge and the face-to-face time of the remote imito team. Once again, a team retreat incubated the unique culture with sports, fun and strategic brainstorming.
Unsere ersten Erfahrung mit dem neuen Standard für den Datenaustausch im Gesundheitswesen.
Ein neues Jahr, eine neue Version, ein neues Präsentationsformat.
imito setzt mit der imitoCam 3.0 den #unleashed #imitorocks Weg auch in 2018 fort.
Preparing pitches, meeting lots of people, strengthen the network. Our instant reporting about our activities via Social Media grabbed more than a moment. A true imito #Unleashed time.
10 finalists in Berlin, outstanding ideas and innovative business concepts that have the potential to revolutionise healthcare and improve global health. As a selected finalist for the Startup Track of the World Health Summit 2017 under the high patronage of the Federal Minister of Health Germany, Hermann Gröhe, the dense presentation by CEO Chrysanth Sulzberger rocks the stage.
Review of 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 honour Chrysanth Sulzberger and Manuel Studer with the 1st place and an exclusive presentation slot in 2017 for their radically simplified clinical collaboration with their clinical photo app.
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 more efficient health care.
Three days of great discussions with health IT experts, potential customers and partners. We are truly overwhelmed, proud and thankful for the positive feedback.
Im Frühjahr 2015 haben 482 Ärzte an unserer Umfrage zur Nutzung des Smartphones für die klinische Fotografie befragt. Die wichtigsten Ergebnisse habe wir für Sie als Infografik zusammengestellt.
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.