the visual narrative for healthcare
Securely Communicate Health using Photos and Videos
CaptureProof is the intelligent medical camera that adds visual narrative to healthcare by empowering providers and patients with a HIPAA secure photos and videos tracking application. CaptureProof is Scientifically Proven to deliver 80% more accurate triage2, 75% fewer in-person follow ups1 and ER visits reduced.
hipaa secure: photos | videos | chat | wearable data
CaptureProof is the tool that finally integrates important clinical media in the daily neurology practice.
― Farhad Sahebkar, MD,
San Francisco, California
Patients love it!
CaptureProof is particularly useful for rural patients to avoid additional visits, and patients who are anxious for surgery and their follow up. Patients like to compare the progress of their wounds and scars through the recovery process.
― Roger Woods, MD,
Revolutionizing my Practice
CaptureProof lets me see what my patients are talking about and reduces the need for inperson follow up appointments.
― Kris Siemionow, MD,
compare patient progress side-by-side
Automatically see photos and videos side-by-side in three clicks. It is simple to track through time. Simply grab and drag a controller on the scroll bar beneath the images to compare pictures from different dates and times.
American Academy of Neurology
The study demonstrated the usefulness of media in pediatric neurology practices proving that it: a) allows for faster and more accurate diagnosis, b) reduces the need for costly tests, ER/office visits, and lengthy hospital stays, c) optimizes treatment modalities and d) results in better care at a fraction of the cost of the current standard of care for patients.
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
A HIPAA compliant photo and video platform safely allows for management of post-operative wound complications and can serve as an alternative to office visits in select patients. All patients were satisfied with their ability to access their physician using the application. Smartphone applications can serve as a useful tool in postoperative management of patients undergoing orthopaedic surgery.
Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare
We report that clinical outcomes following asynchronous telerehabilitation administered over the web and through a hand-held device were not inferior to those achieved with traditional care. Outpatient resource utilization was lower. Patient satisfaction was high for both groups. The results suggest that asynchronous telerehabilitation may be a more practical alternative to real-time video visits and are clinically equivalent to the in-person care model.