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Residential Grant Program

Clinical Photography Consultation

The Epitomyze Resident Grant Program

Resident Grant Program Details

Epitomyze™ Inc. is making the Epitomyze Cloud™ available at no charge to Residents in accredited programs for Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, Wound Care and related disciplines. An Epitomyze Resident account provides access to all Epitomyze Cloud™ features for an individual using a single Member ID.  Standard Terms of Service apply to each Resident Account.

Resident Program Requirements

In order to participate in the Program you must be a documented Resident or Fellow in an accredited University Medical Institution. Failure to provide verifiable information as to the Institution, Discipline and Year of Residency will result in the suspension of your account. We will contact you annually via e-mail to update the information relevant to your Residency. Failure to respond to this request will result in the suspension of your account.

In order to set up your account, we will need you to establish a Member ID and password, and enter contact information. This process is quick and secure and you will be able to use your account right away.

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Know other people that might be interested in this program? Send them information by contacting us here.


Clinical Photography Consultation

Taking Better Patient Photos

The effective use of patient images in your practice is dependent on taking quality photographs. Consistent lighting, as well as camera and subject placement is critical to taking photos that can showcase your skills and expand your practice. We have compiled some  invaluable tips to help you and your office achieve the best photographic results possible.

Click here to download the PDF: 10 Tips for Better Patient Care and Better Business

Ask the Experts

Still have a question about taking quality photos in your practice? Ask the experts at Epitomyze.

Simply contact us and we’ll get back to you with an answer within 24 hours.

Ready to get started?

Whether you have one treatment room or 10, a dedicated room for consultation and photography or several, consistent overhead lighting, open windows with lots of sunlight or low-level spa lighting, we can help you select the right tools to improve the quality and accuracy of your clinical photographs.