Tissue Analytics, a Net Health company, had been awarded The European Union (EU) Class I(m) CE Mark. This designation allows the company to market and sell its mobile wound imaging and analytics solution to healthcare organizations based in EU member countries.

The Net Health Tissue Analytics platform is used by wound care providers in the US to accurately measure wounds, helping clinicians to better treat conditions related to diabetes, poor circulation, burns and other diseases or injuries.

Using a smartphone image, Net Health’s Tissue Analytics deploys its proprietary AI technologies in real time to automatically detect the boundaries of the injured skin. The image is analyzed by algorithms powered by Net Health’s wound care database, a media release from Net Health explains.

“Net Health’s Tissue Analytics is recognized by the nation’s leading hospitals and wound care clinics as an innovative and responsible developer of AI technologies. This certificate not only allows us to share our technology and insights with EU-based healthcare organizations, it also opens doors to new partnerships and opportunities with businesses that want to tap into our platform and the rich wound care data provided through our specialty EHRs.”

— Josh Budman, vice president of Analytics for Net Health and a founder of Tissue Analytics

Net Health’s Tissue Analytics provides a platform that enables its imaging and other technologies to connect to leading wound care electronic health record (EHR) and electronic medical record (EMR) systems, including Cerner, Epic and Net Health’s Wound Expert solution.

For more information on Net Health’s Tissue Analytics wound care technology, visit Tissue Analytics and view this recent webinar on the use of analytics in wound care.

[Source(s): Net Health, PR Newswire]

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