Woundworks showcases new inSight® Smartphone Technology at Wounds Today Conference, Milton Keynes, UK
Woundworks are delighted to be able to showcase new Smartphone Capabilities at Wounds Today conference 26th and 27th February.
Woundworks inSight® is currently serving hospitals, academic medical centers, and biologics & pharmaceutical companies throughout the UK. inSight® addresses the unmet need for accurate and consistent measurement in wound care. Building on top of its first generation product (based on iPad® & Structure Sensor), the new inSight® app for Smartphone delivers the same measurement performance without touching the patient.
This new development will give clinicians greater access to InSight® making the adoption of a wound management platform in the UK much easier.
The inSight® Smartphone app is available on IOS now and will be available on Android in the coming months after completing its final stage of user testing.
Woundworks – (www.woundworks.com) is the European representative and key partner in the development of inSight®, a wound management solution developed by eKare Inc.
Woundworks inSight® enables significantly more accurate, consistent wound assessments and supports clinical decision making across all wound areas. Users can obtain 2D/3D wound measurements and tissue classification in seconds at the point of care, without touching the wound.
Data storage is cloud-based. Information can be viewed by logging in from any internet-enabled device. This facilitates telehealth, virtual MDT meetings, a movement of routine wound assessment from acute to community and rapid escalation/de-escalation of patients as necessary.
Kok van der Meij, CEO, Woundworks adds:
“We are delighted to be able to launch our inSight smartphone App in the UK at the Wounds Today conference this week. Our App is an extension to our existing iPad® & Structure Sensor offering, which is being used in a number of NHS Organisations. The insight® App enables far greater clinician and patient access to inSight as the NHS moves to more software based technologies.