The epitomyze™ capture application is an advanced photo-documentation and clinical photography tool that enables health care providers to easily capture, standardize and manage clinical photographs to support clinical decisions and to document and track clinical results.
These “apples to apples” before and after photos are captured using a mobile device (currently an iPad, with other platforms in the works) and are securely uploaded to our secure, HIPAA compliant image and document storage platform, ImageStore®, where they can be tagged, searched, and securely shared with other providers, payers and/or patients.
No longer do you have to settle for poorly composed clinical photographs that don’t give you the information you need or weren’t captured at the angle you want. No longer do you have to endure the time consuming, error prone and insecure methods of capturing photos with a handheld camera and manually uploading them into the EHR.
Setup of the epitomyze™ app is simple and often takes less than 20-30 minutes to get your practice up and running with the service.
Key features of the epitomyze™ capture app include:
• capturing images at the same distance and orientation as previous photographs, providing a powerful means to improve patient and provider communication
• improving workflow and collaboration through relevant features developed in conjunction with experienced clinical photographers
• enabling users to securely store, view, search and share images with other providers, payers and patients though its HIPAA-compliant epitomyze™ image management platform, ImageStore®
“[Epitomyze] has been a significant clinical tool for our faculty being able to reference past skin issues and share images with follow-on care. We’ve been using it for over 10 years. Our physicians will share their images with surgeons who then have images of the specific skin area under concern...it is a good program to store and manage images tagged with key words or data to subsequently retrieve to use in articles, papers, or teaching; a searchable repository."
— Leslie P., FACMPE Business Director, Division of Dermatology