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RestorixHealth, Accurate Healthcare partner 

April 30, 2024HME News Staff

METAIRIE, La., and NASHVILLE, Tenn. –  RestorixHealth, a national wound care solutions company, will no longer provide Part B product supplies to residents in skilled nursing facilities as part of a new strategic agreement with Accurate Healthcare. The agreement will expand Accurate’s services and, when combined with its current offerings of specialized DME and respiratory equipment, will position the company as a scaled, complete one-stop-shop for skilled nursing facilities, it...

Accurate Healthcare, RestorixHealth, skilled nursing facilities, Wound Care

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Cork Medical recognized as best place to work

April 11, 2024HME News Staff

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Cork Medical, a provider of wound care solutions, has made the 2024 Indiana Chamber of Commerce Best Places to Work list. The list recognizes and celebrates businesses for creating cultures that attract and retain employees. “We are so excited to join the list of Best Places to Work in Indiana for the first time,” said Blair O’Reilly, human resource manager. “We have an incredible team, and I want to thank each of them for making this honor possible....

Cork Medical, Wound Care

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Encore buys Primus 

March 19, 2024HME News Staff

CLEVELAND – Encore Clinical Holdings Corp. has acquired Primus Wound Care, establishing the company as the largest provider of wound care in Ohio, it says. The acquisition not only expands Encore’s footprint but also increases the volume of patients served, with the company’s clinicians now seeing an average of 6,000 wounds per week across Ohio and Pennsylvania. "Primus Wound Care founder Dan Borison built a great company, whose greatest asset is a tremendous team of clinicians,...

Encore Clinical Holdings, Primus Wound Care, Wound Care

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Swift Medical secures AI-related funding 

March 18, 2024HME News Staff

TORONTO – Swift Medical has announced a strategic co-investment from DIGITAL, Canada’s Global Innovation Cluster for digital technologies, to expedite the adoption and commercialization of the company’s AI technologies. The total project investment stands at $9 million, with DIGITAL co-investing $4.5 million, alongside project partners. “DIGITAL is excited to build upon the over five years of investments we’ve made in applied AI with this latest announcement,”...

Artificial Intelligence (AI), Investment, Swift Medical, Wound Care

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Also Noted, Johns Hopkins partner to advance remote wound care 

March 12, 2024HME News Staff

BOSTON – is launching a program using smartphone-based technology to improve wound care management for patients suffering from chronic diabetic wounds. The program expands access to’s Minuteful for Wound app to patients in the Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy Department at Johns Hopkins Hospital, enabling patients to scan their wounds with convenience and privacy from their own homes, and enabling care teams to remotely monitor patients in real-time, providing...

Digital Health,, Johns Hopkins, Wound Care

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Swift Medical completes fundraising 

January 29, 2024HME News Staff

TORONTO – Swift Medical, a digital health technology company serving wound care providers, has closed on an $8 million round of financing co-led by current investors, the Women in Technology Venture Fund at BDC Capital and funds managed by Virgo Investment Group. Swift Medical, which uses artificial intelligence to improve clinical and economic outcomes in chronic and acute wound care, has earmarked the financing to accelerate its pace of technology enhancements. “Swift has built a market...

Financing, Swift Medical, Wound Care

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DoctorNow, Venture Medical partner to streamline services

January 18, 2024HME News Staff

BELLEVUE, Wash. – DoctorNow and Venture Medical have entered into a national agreement to support wound care providers and improve patient outcomes by streamlining electronic healthcare records processes while also improving the efficiency of the supply chain of cutting-edge wound products. By combining Venture Medical's wound-care solutions and regenerative therapies with DoctorNow's Post-Acute Wound Electronic Health Records solution, providers will have increased visibility, simplicity...

DoctorNow, Venture Medical, Wound Care

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3M receives funding for new wound care solutions

January 11, 2024HME News Staff

ST. PAUL, Minn. – 3M Health Care's Medical Solutions Division was awarded $34.2 million from the U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity to develop a range of new solutions for infection prevention, wound management and wound healing. 3M will lead a program focused on treatment strategies that can be used in austere settings, especially those related to mass casualty and delayed evacuation situations. In addition, the program will work to assess biofilm control, biomarker monitoring...

3M, Wound Care

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The Wound Pros launches ‘global outreach efforts’ 

December 11, 2023HME News Staff

LOS ANGELES – The Wound Pros has launched its “Wound Care Without Walls” program in the Philippines, a reflection of the company’s global commitment to health care and its mission to extend its services beyond U.S. borders. The program aims to address the challenge of chronic non-healing wounds, such as pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, venous leg ulcers and others, which represent a significant and growing health burden worldwide. “The Wound Care Without Walls...

The Wound Pros, Wound Care

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Medela spins off wound care biz in merger with medaxis 

November 6, 2023HME News Staff

BAAR, Switzerland – Medela will transition its wound care business into a separate global business.  The new standalone wound care company will continue to provide wound care solutions powered by Medela’s medical vacuum technology, including its negative pressure wound therapy line of products and services. It will also incorporate the latest technology from medaxis, a Swiss med-tech company that is part of Olle Larsson Holding.  “I am honored and excited to lead...

medaxis, Medela, Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Wound Care

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