Cape Breton Company Builds on Landmark Success, Sets Stage for Exponential Growth in 2016

February 16, 2016

NEW WATERFORD, NOVA SCOTIA--(Marketwired - Feb. 16, 2016) - Health Outcomes Worldwide (HOW), one of Canada's top e-health software solution providers, will continue to lead the way in revolutionary patient care, as it builds on a banner year of growth in 2015.

Health Outcomes Worldwide helps to empower healthcare organizations, doctors, and nurses to allow patients to heal more quickly while significantly reducing costs. The company's award-winning software, how2trak®, gives healthcare providers real-time, evidence-based direction on best practice wound care. HOW has the largest wound-care database in Canada and with the development of the Intelligent Practice Assistant (IPA), a groundbreaking technology, which allows users to respond

HOW raised $1.5 million in venture-capital funding in how2trak® in 10 long-term care facilities. Now employing twelve how2trak® into existing electronic health records.

In 2015, HOW signed contracts with several other partners across Canada and the United Kingdom. HOW also began a pilot project with the VON in the Cape Breton-Antigonish region to provide home-care patients with best-practice wound care solutions. Working partnerships were also forged with technology sector leaders; Calgary Scientific and SLYCE Inc.

Corrine McIsaac,

"I am incredibly proud of the accomplishments the HOW team has made in the past year and I feel we are well positioned to continue this momentum throughout 2016. HOW is leading the way in healthcare software solutions and as a result, we are helping patients to heal more quickly while helping doctors and nurses do their jobs more efficiently," said McIsaac.

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About Health Outcomes Worldwide

Health Outcomes Worldwide (HOW) provides desktop and mobile e-health solutions to assist healthcare organizations deliver better patient outcomes and reduce costs. HOW’s innovative platform – how2trak® – provides real-time, point-of-care tools to clinicians at the bedside for treating wounds, and keeping track of surgical incisions post-discharge. For more information, visit

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Health Outcomes Worldwide (HOW)

Paul Tambeau, VP Strategy & Growth