Expertise Centra Nederland

eKare and Woundworks establish partnership in Europe

“eKare Inc. announces partnership with Netherlands-based Woundworks. The 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.”



SANUWAVE Enters AI Field, Announcing Collaboration With eKare to Develop Novel Data Management and Analytics Suite for Wound Care Management and Treatment

“SANUWAVE Health, Inc. (OTCQB:SNWV) is pleased to announce that the company is entering into a Memorandum of Understanding with eKare, Inc. to develop novel wound care analysis and management solutions. Linking SANUWAVE’s dermaPACE® wound treatment device with eKare’s inSight® 3D wound imaging and analytics system, the two companies will strive to produce the industry’s most comprehensive wound management solution.”


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eKare Inc. featured in Frost & Sullican Global Digital Tools in Wound Assessment and Management – 2016

“This study includes a detailed description of modern digital tools and devices used for wound assessment and monitoring. The study also consists of detailed analysis of the current challenges and unmet needs in wound management, advances in wound management, in-depth description of the various innovative companies in the wound care data / heath information and early detection space as well as companies in the wound care planning, monitoring, and management space, and analysis of the key product features of each of these companies. The study concludes with key conclusions in this growing market.”


The Washington Post

A better way to analyze how wounds are healing

“E-Kare, a spinoff enterprise from the Children’s National Health System in the District, also uses a depth sensor that clips onto an iPad to provide 3-D images of a wound. (As of now, the app can only be used with an iPad.) The caregiver takes two sets of pictures simultaneously: the depth sensor’s images and ordinary, 2-D photos. Algorithms then analyze both sets of photos to determine the wound’s depth, area and volume.”