Health Technology and Visual Information Now

July 22, 2014 in In the News

Visual information and communication is critical for effective healthcare.

Back in April, Wearable Intelligence posted a video highlighting their use of Google Glass in a healthcare scenario.


One trend, two words: Visual Information.

Visual information has never been more actionable than now.

Before it was all about infographics that delivered your information in a visual way. It was still and passive. Today it’s all about capturing raw visual information, photos, videos, and data, and organizing and analyzing it to generate big data giving us the ability to carry out tasks more efficiently . Healthcare is not the only industry seeing this trend – anything from  energy to manufacturing to construction and beyond are finding new ways to capture, store, analyze, and use this visual data.

Just from watching the video, you can clearly see the how visual data in a healthcare setting can provide the information for faster and more accurate triage, diagnosis, treatment, and care.

That being said, it is clear that Wearable Intelligence is a brilliant example of the utilization of the visual information trend to,“…achieve greater efficiency, collaboration, and patient satisfaction.”

Visual information is something that CaptureProof knows to be extremely valuable in healthcare. We believe medicine is the study of patterns, and it is best delivered and understood with a series of photos and video to compare and contrast and track progress over time. With our app, Doctors and Patients can communicate with each other, using medical media, chat, photos, and video, as a common language.
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