Breakthrough in Digital Wound Measurement Now Available in Europe

eKare Inc., a provider of digital wound management platform, announced today a partnership with Netherlands-based Woundworks. eKare Inc., developed the inSight 3D wound camera, which ensures a standardized and validated wound measurement in an easy to use application, and is used in post-acute and research institutions across the US.

“Woundworks has an extensive European network and expertise developing and marketing products in the wound care space,” a digital media release reads. “This partnership will jointly develop the European market to provide integrated wound care services, including care management, product supplies, home health, and workflow optimization to healthcare providers and patients.”

Woundworks and its affiliated companies are the market leader in wound management services to major health plans in the Netherlands. Through novel delivery models and data-driven approaches, they have successfully lowered direct costs to payers by an average of 30% and reduced wound related hospitalizations by 45%.

“As an organization fully dedicated to improving wound care, we have been looking for a high quality 3D imaging solution for years. We believe that an easy to use, standardized way of 3D wound measurement is key in improving wound care,” says Kok van der Meij, CEO and founder of Woundworks, Excen, and QualityZorg. “Woundworks has a lot of expertise and experience concerning wound care products, advanced wound care, wound care protocols, and utilizing data analytics to improve outcome. The eKare solution provides unambiguous, comparable, and reproducible data on wound healing progress. Partnering with eKare fits very well with our vision and helps us to innovate and grow to new heights.”

“Woundworks brings a new level of service and management that will disrupt the wound care industry. We are proud to be a long-term partner of the company. We look forward to growing this relationship and helping the medical community improve outcomes and lower cost,” says Patrick Cheng, CEO of eKare.

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