CAPTUREPROOF to Exhibit Asynchronous Telemedicine Platform with State-of-the-Art Store and Forward Medical Image and Video Capabilities at ATA18

April 28, 2018 in Conferences


CAPTUREPROOF, a platform for capturing, comparing and sharing medical photos and videos securely and asynchronously, enables provider-to-provider and provider-to-patient visual communication like never before. The CAPTUREPROOF app, which includes the Smart Medical Camera™, puts the provider’s eyes into the patient’s hand when and where it’s needed most, allowing health and healing to be tracked and analyzed over time. With proven results, 90% of patients currently using CAPTUREPROOF have said that the platform has helped them better manage their health.


CAPTUREPROOF will be exhibiting its turn-key photo and video solution in booth #1014 at this year’s American Telemedicine Association 2018 Annual Conference and Expo (ATA18). The conference is the world’s largest telehealth innovation & networking event bringing together healthcare providers, clinicians, business professionals, and leaders from a variety of health and technology sectors to discuss and plan the future of telemedicine. Schedule a meeting with CAPTUREPROOF ’s CEO, Meghan Conroy, to check out the company’s unique Smart Medical Camera which uses computer vision technology within the live camera, providing patients with instant feedback on the quality of light in the photo and/or video in order to generate medical grade images. By highlighting shadows and overexposure, the result is improved photos and videos showing more than the eye alone can see.

Electronic health records that don’t have a visual component are essentially as analogous as getting a report about an X-ray but not looking at the X-ray film. CAPTUREPROOF ’s store-and-forward platform is allowing for the first time ever, the ability to create a visual health record for HIPAA-compliant recording and tracking of a patient’s health progress across the entire hospital. As an asynchronous telemedicine solution, the company’s computer vision technology allows for the analysis of color, texture, frequency and movement tracked over time via photos or videos which empowers patients to discover and monitor their unique health trends. The ability to objectively compare data allows for more informed decisions and ultimately, improved care and better patient experience and engagement. The CAPTUREPROOF platform which can be simply integrated within any existing EHR is especially ideal for applications of acute and longitudinal care, including wounds and incision sites, skin conditions, neuromuscular movement disorders, surgery follow up, etc.

On Tuesday, May 1st, come take a swing at CAPTUREPROOF ’s Kill the Fax piñata at 12:00 pm in the company’s booth, #1014.


ATA18 is being held at McCormick Place, 2301 S. King Drive in Chicago, Illinois. CAPTUREPROOF will be in booth #1014.


CAPTUREPROOF is exhibiting at ATA18 on April 29th (12:00 PM – 5:00 PM), April 30th (9:30 AM – 5:00 PM) and May 1st (9:30 AM – 1:00 PM).


CAPTUREPROOF is the leading HIPAA-compliant platform for capturing, comparing and sharing medical photos and videos securely and asynchronously to enable provider-to-provider and provider -to-patient visual communication. Included in the platform is the company’s Smart Medical Camera™ which uses computer vision within the live camera image to give instant feedback on photo and video clip quality, and Media Rx™, a feature that shows text instructions in the camera with an overlay tool that enables patients to use perfect framing of an injury, wound or other site. With CAPTUREPROOF, patients and providers can track health and healing over time and objectively compare data, allowing for more informed decisions and ultimately, improved care and better patient experience and engagement. CAPTUREPROOF can be a turnkey solution on its own or be simply integrated within an existing EHR or other hospital application. The mobile app can be downloaded for free on the App Store and Google Play. Learn more at

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Jessy Green
SVM Public Relations


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