Local Company Wins Provincial Tender
February 17, 2016
NEW WATERFORD, NOVA SCOTIA--(Marketwired - Feb. 17, 2016) - Health Outcomes Worldwide (HOW), one of Canada's top e-health software solution providers, has been awarded a significant contract, which will see the company manage phase one of a Provincial Wound Care Program Redesign.
The Provincial Wound Care Program Redesign will aim to provide an integrated and harmonized model of wound care management, with the goal of improving the quality and cost effectiveness of patient care in Nova Scotia. This project will focus not only on patients; but also clinicians, long term care facilities, home care workers, care givers, physicians and acute care providers.
HOW will also develop comprehensive educational materials, consult with industry leaders to consider formulary adjustments, analyze wound care funding models and recommend legislative and policy changes. Phase one of the project commences immediately.
"We applaud the province of Nova Scotia for being one of the first in North America to consider a program that will undoubtedly improve wound care management for patients and health care providers alike," said Corrine McIsaac, HOW Founder and CEO.
"Our team is absolutely thrilled to be playing a key role in this process," she added.
HOW is headquartered in New Waterford, Nova Scotia with satellite offices located in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. The company has made previous headlines with their award-winning software, how2trak®, which gives healthcare providers real-time, evidence-based direction wound care management. HOW also has the largest wound care database in Canada and has developed groundbreaking technologies that ensure patient care follows the Gold Standard of best practice.
For more information, visit www.healthoutcomesww.com.
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 www.healthoutcomesww.com.
Health Outcomes Worldwide (HOW)
Paul Tambeau, VP Strategy & Growth