Net Health Acquires Tissue Analytics

Today (14 May 2020), Net Health, a leading specialty health software firm with particularly successful market penetration in US wound clinics, announced the acquisition of Tissue Analytics. The entire TA team will remain and join the Net Health organization. This development is significant to the advanced wound care and adjacent industries for many reasons. By … Read More

COVID-19: Preliminary Operational and Commercial Wound Care Insights

Advanced wound care’s position in the evolving COVID-19 landscape Global economies have been slammed by COVID-19 in the first part of the year. Some biomed sectors, such as PPE, respiratory, and telemed solutions, have seen unprecedented demand for increased production/availability and new innovation alike. On the other hand, orthopedics, plastics, and other service lines with … Read More

Underappreciated Advanced Wound Care Opportunities in 2020 and Beyond

Despite the overwhelming majority of R&D, regulatory, sales, marketing, and corporate finance focus in the advanced wound care (AWC) sector being on physical advanced wound care products, many of the greatest opportunities to drive outcomes–and profitability–exist in the realm of wound care service delivery. This concept was further developed by senior management from several of … Read More

EWMA 2019 and Executive Industry Forum: Unlocking the Commercial Potential of the US & Asia

The European Wound Management Association (EWMA) conference in Gothenburg, Sweden earlier this month was a great success. We witnessed several important advanced wound care innovations and announcements: From new approaches for addressing nonviable tissue and infection, to CTPs (cellular and tissue-based products) which are financially viable in non-US markets, to sensors and other digital health … Read More

Investing in Advanced Wound Care? Avoid These 3 Costly Mistakes

We are frequently tapped by analysts, fund managers, investment banks, and other financial and investment professionals–from small independent funds through the largest global institutions. At the same time, our engagements are also filled by biotech, medtech, life sciences, and digital health executives, as well as provider and clinic networks, payers, hospitals, IDNs, and other healthcare … Read More

What the Recent Healogics Developments Can Teach Us About the Future of Wound Care

The situation Last week (15 Nov 2017), David Bassin (Healogics’ former CFO), was appointed as the company’s new CEO. As the world’s biggest wound management firm and provider of wound services, Healogics has both a massive network and a huge volume of wound care and outcomes data. Understandably, healthcare executives, analysts, and investors watching this space have … Read More