That technology is wound care management through Tissue Analytics. This advanced wound care technology allows a photo to be taken of a venous ulcer, diabetic ulcer, burn or surgical wound with a smartphone or tablet. With that image, the Tissue Analytics system allows a significant amount of date to be analyzed and tracked to ensure proper healing. For example, the wound dimensions can be measured in an extremely accurate manner. Gone are the days of trying to measure a wound with a ruler, causing patients potential pain, leaving room for inaccuracy, providing almost no way to accurately track wound progress, and cataloging only sporadic information about the healing process.
The tissue Analytics system also allows the tissue composition of the wound to be identified and classified to accurately track the wound history and identify important data points throughout the healing process. All wound data is securely stored in the cloud so healthcare providers can access the data from anywhere, whenever they need it. With the ability to comprehensively analyze and track the progress of a wound through a web-based dashboard, physicians are able to quickly and accurately asses the status of a wound, the healing patterns, and make any needed adjustments to ensure a speedy recovery. All while adhering to HIPPA and other privacy regulations to ensure patient confidentiality.
As COVID-19 and other factors continue to be a consideration in how treatment is delivered to patients in a home health care or hospice setting, Comprehensive Home Health & Hospice will continue to make the most of a broad range of technologies to; help ensure patients needs are fully met, recovery is rapid, and information is effectively communicated to patients, their families, and their physicians.
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