Similar to the way X-rays are now processed, we believe that video recordings could assist in the evaluation of psychiatric patients, especially now that digital recordings are so easy to create and upload. Recordings could be made in primary care clinics, patients' homes, or other environments and used as clinical data, sent to experts for evaluation. Specialty providers, such as psychiatrists, neurologists, pediatricians, and geriatricians, could evaluate the video data and provide asynchronous consultation and reporting. This approach is an improved version of the traditional “curbside consultation” that many specialist physicians are accustomed to providing for colleagues, whereby a video of the patient could be reviewed instead of a description of symptoms presented in a phone call or a hallway conversation. Video data could be combined with other electronic data, such as patient history or clinical notes, and transferred between providers through an electronic medical record (EMR), an excellent clinical example of improving health information exchange. The asynchronous platform could expand access to care for underserved individuals by making some specialist consultations more available, efficient, and relevant for referring providers.