A simple, intuitive and compliant solution for providers and patients to always stay connected.
2D-3D Mobile Imaging
Wound and Lesion Dimensions & Perimeters
With less than 5% error rate using our platform, your team will measure wounds / lesions more accurately than ever before.
No more rulers!
Tissue Analytics is the only product on the market with fully automatic wound / lesion measurements. No tracing required!
Our platform instantly records the percentage and area of tissues present in the wounds / lesions. Read our publications here!
Mobile Patient Engagement
Patients can login without the need for usernames and passwords
Reminders & Alerts
Patients are reminded to document and submit new data (text, lesion images, questionnaires, etc.)
Study coordinators can easily communicate with Patients via in-application messaging
Grounded in Regulatory Compliance
Tissue Analytics' Certified Quality Systems (CQS) Audit can be provided upon request.
One Platform Connecting the World
We provide an integrated and decentralized platform that can power clinical trials for a wide array of conditions. Sponsors can remotely leverage and deploy our powerful eClinical solution to clinical sites and directly to patients.
Current Industries Served
Academics & Hospitals
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Net Health Wound Experts Summarize AHRQ Best Practices We know pressure injuries are on the rise, and they can wreak havoc with patient health and the bottom line. If your hospital is like most, you’ve already taken steps to implement a pressure injury prevention program (PIPP). And it’s likely based, at least in part, on […]Read More
Telehealth is on the rise, and it’s not just because of the year-long pandemic. While COVID-19 has certainly contributed to increased adoption, telehealth is also growing due to broader acceptance of remote treatment by clinicians and patients as access to new technology expands. For example, smartphones with high-resolution cameras and software with digital imaging capability […]Read More