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3 Tech Trends Impacting Wound Care Telehealth

Wound care is critical for those who have undergone surgeries, been injured, exposed to chemicals, or have certain health conditions. Wounds that do not heal completely within six weeks are known as chronic wounds. Did you know that chronic wounds affect roughly 6.5 million people in the United States each year?  If these wounds [...]

By |June 1st, 2021|Remote Wound Care, Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology|Comments Off on 3 Tech Trends Impacting Wound Care Telehealth

Press Release: WoundWiseIQ Welcomes New Intern Cate Driver

May 25, 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Columbus, Ohio — The WoundWiseIQ team is pleased to announce the addition of Cate Driver, Intern. Ms. Driver’s primary responsibility is WoundWiseIQ customer onboarding and customer success. Cate brings sales, marketing, and customer service experience to WoundWiseIQ from her work with Lacrosse Unlimited, the Town of Huntington, [...]

By |May 24th, 2021|News|Comments Off on Press Release: WoundWiseIQ Welcomes New Intern Cate Driver

Burn IQ Patented, 2nd Product To Achieve That Milestone For Company

Columbus, OH: April 12, 2021 — Burn IQ, a product in development from the same company who introduced patented WoundWiseIQ, has just secured a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. “We believe Burn IQ will be the first application on the market that utilizes ultrasound analysis and machine learning with an easy-to-use interface [...]

By |April 12th, 2021|News, Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology|Comments Off on Burn IQ Patented, 2nd Product To Achieve That Milestone For Company

4 Tech Trends Impacting Patients Most In The Coming Year

The biggest tech trends for healthcare in the coming year will include acceleration of remote healthcare and telehealth, increased adoption of artificial intelligence, cloud-enabled digital technologies, and blockchain technologies. According to my research, these technologies will open up the path for patients to gain more power, while at the same time, help health care [...]

By |January 25th, 2021|Remote Wound Care, Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology|Comments Off on 4 Tech Trends Impacting Patients Most In The Coming Year

Fighting the Virus with Software and Remote Wound Care – Part 2

Due to the strict control of onsite access to - or transit of - elderly patients to prevent spreading of the Covid-19 / Coronavirus in post-acute care settings, software now enables remote wound care experts to support those onsite, and team together, as if they were right next to them. Part 2 of 2 [...]

By |April 13th, 2020|Remote Wound Care, Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology|Comments Off on Fighting the Virus with Software and Remote Wound Care – Part 2

Fighting the Virus with Software and Remote Wound Care – Part 1

Due to the strict control of onsite access to - or transit of - elderly patients to prevent spreading of the Covid-19 / Coronavirus in post-acute care settings, software now enables remote wound care experts to support those onsite and team together, as if they were right next to them. Part 1 of 2 [...]

By |March 26th, 2020|Remote Wound Care, Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology|Comments Off on Fighting the Virus with Software and Remote Wound Care – Part 1

A PHYSICIAN PERSPECTIVE: Examining How Software Can Help Improve Wound Care

Dr. John A. Phillips, MD is a cardiology and peripheral vascular interventionalist and has significant experience in wound care as it pertains to vascular causes. Dr. Phillips speaks nationally and internationally on peripheral arterial disease, and has authored numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals pertaining to his specialty. Following is a conversation with Dr. Phillips [...]

By |January 2nd, 2020|Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology, Wound Evaluation|Comments Off on A PHYSICIAN PERSPECTIVE: Examining How Software Can Help Improve Wound Care

A CUSTOMER PERSPECTIVE: Implementing a Software Tool for More Exacting Wound Care Clinical Research

Christine Marks is Vice President of Marketing for L&R USA. Lohmann & Rauscher (L&R) is a global manufacturing and supplier of high quality wound care, compression and hygiene products. Following is a conversation with Christine about the potential that she envisions for more exacting clinical research for wound care, improved patient outcomes, and more [...]

By |July 24th, 2019|Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology|Comments Off on A CUSTOMER PERSPECTIVE: Implementing a Software Tool for More Exacting Wound Care Clinical Research

WoundWiseIQ Selected as 2019 Product of the Year, Top 10 Healthcare IT Startup

IN THE NEWS Columbus, OH: May 1, 2019 — WoundWiseIQ landed top honors as a Product of the Year while its parent company, Med-Compliance IQ, was named as a Top 10 Healthcare IT Startup for 2019 by CIOReview. “We are delighted to name WoundWiseIQ as the Product of the Year for our Healthcare Tech Startups annual [...]

By |May 3rd, 2019|News, Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology|Comments Off on WoundWiseIQ Selected as 2019 Product of the Year, Top 10 Healthcare IT Startup

WoundWiseIQ Emerges from Shark Tank a Winner!

NEWS RELEASE Columbus, OH: March 11, 2019 — WoundWiseIQ took top honors in the Society Shark Tank competition, a highlight of the 2019 Annual Conference of The Society for Post-Acute and Long-term Care Medicine (an affiliate of the American Medical Directors Association, AMDA, dedicated to long-term care) held in Atlanta, GA. “We are excited [...]

By |March 16th, 2019|News, Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology|Comments Off on WoundWiseIQ Emerges from Shark Tank a Winner!
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