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The combination of advancing technologies and COVID-19-related growth in telehealth is creating remarkable opportunities in wound care. Chronic wounds, including diabetic ulcers and pressure ulcers, are among the trickier conditions for healthcare providers. They can be complicated to treat, especially in the elderly and for those with comorbidities that affect healing. Patient compliance is critical […]Read More
Co-Founder of Tissue Analytics, Inc. Discusses how TA and WoundExpert Together will Impact Wound Care Market
“WoundExpert® and Tissue Analytics™ will be a gamechanger for the wound care industry across all environments of care.” – Kevin Keenahan Net Health recently acquired Tissue Analytics, Inc., a pioneering developer of automated mobile wound and skin imaging and predictive analytics solutions, expanding Net Health’s leadership position within the wound care market and accelerating the […]Read More
There was a time, not too long ago, when rulers and even the old-school method of “eyeballing” were used to gather data on wounds. That was then, this is now. Today we have smart phones, artificial intelligence (AI), and even predictive analytics to help diagnose, assess, and more effectively treat wounds. This technology can be […]Read More
“Wound care providers are going to get richer, more helpful tools that can enable them to deliver better care and do so in the most cost-effective way… that’s our aspiration.” – Josh Pickus, CEO of Net Health On May 14th 2020, Net Health acquired the pioneering developer of automated mobile wound and skin imaging and […]Read More
How Telehealth Regulations Support Wound Care Providers & Hospital-owned Outpatient Wound Care Departments
By Cathy Hess, BSN, RN, CWCN, VP & Chief Clinical Officer for Wound Care, Net Health 360 Professional Services CMS recently released an updated IFR advancing and relaxing regulations regarding telehealth for healthcare providers. What this means for wound care providers is that telehealth is now a viable option that gives you a way to […]Read More
Wound care startup Tissue Analytics was acquired by Pittsburgh’s Net Health. Here’s what it means for Baltimore.
It’s a milestone moment for the five-year-old wound care startup founded out of Johns Hopkins’ CBID. Now it will help grow predictive analytics to a Pittsburgh-based company with a leading role in health records software. This content is reprinted from a Technical.ly digital magazine article written by Stephen Babcock and published on May 18, 2020. […]Read More
This content is reprinted from a Baltimore Business Journal article written by Carley Milligan and published on May 15, 2020. Read the full article here. Baltimore’s Tissue Analytics has been acquired by electronic health records software company Net Health in a deal aimed at helping medical providers better care for wounds. The health IT startup was […]Read More
We are living in unprecedented times. At the time of writing, the World Health Organization declared the 2019 coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak a public health emergency of international concern.1 This virus can potentially affect anyone, including healthcare workers, patients, families, friends, and neighbors. Before COVID-19, in any health care setting, engaging face-to-face with our wound care patients […]Read More
The burden of chronic wounds is high. Associated morbidity, decreased quality of life, and, in some cases, mortality are among the many reasons significant interest is focused on the prevention and treatment of wounds and the patients you serve each and every day. It has been estimated that a single diabetic ulcer carries a cost […]Read More
Specialty electronic medical records (EMRs) have revolutionized the way data are collected, collated, and delivered at the press of a button. But are you sure that the information that you are documenting within your specialty EMR is truly reflective of your Clinical, Operational, Regulatory, and Economic (CORE)* processes? Understanding how the final documentation is compiled is […]Read More