Transform wound care with digital wound management
Minuteful for Wound provides a complete solution; from accurate and consistent wound assessments, to remote monitoring and data-driven insights.
A new dimension of accuracy
Healthy.io is the industry leader in using smartphone cameras to capture clinical-grade imagery. Minuteful for Wound uses colour recognition technology to normalise images taken under a variety of lighting conditions. The result: high quality wound imagery in three dimensions, allowing for accurate wound assessments, including depth and tissue distribution analysis.
Why nursing teams choose Minuteful for Wound
Allocate time to what matters most
Fully measuring, assessing and documenting a wound can take up the majority of a visit. Minuteful for Wound standardises and shortens that process to allow for more quality patient care and better outcomes.
The traditional methods used for measuring wounds are prone to subjectivity and inconsistency, making it difficult to determine whether a wound is healing. Minuteful for Wound captures a highly accurate 3D model of each wound, providing reliable documentation to inform clinical decision-making, catch evolving conditions, and ensure proper documentation.
The solution gives care teams full visibility into each wound via a dedicated portal, allowing junior staff to manage wounds under the remote guidance of expert clinicians, while ensuring continuity of care. Upskilling less experienced staff eases the pressure on senior clinicians and allows for better allocation of resources.
Fully integrated and customisable
Minuteful for Wound was built to be flexible. It can be easily customised to suit your teams’ clinical workflows, and integrates seamlessly into EMIS.
Informing and motivating patients is key to improving clinical outcomes, but that can be particularly difficult when it comes to wounds. Using Minuteful for Wound, clinicians can provide their patients with visual “time-lapse” records of each wound’s progress, offering them a look at the healing process to boost their engagement and adherence to care plans.
The solution allowed the Tissue Viability Nurse to instantly review a patient's wound that I was concerned about, using the portal. Her advice was to refer the patient to specialist services as she suspcted the wound to be malignant. This early identification has the potential to improve patients' outcomes.
Caseload Holder, District Nursing
Swansea Bay University Health Board