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PolyRemedy, Inc. Launches Mobile PWS(TM) to Further Enable Wound Management at the Point of Care



10/24/2011 10:08:47 AM

BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - October 20, 2011) - PolyRemedy®, a provider of integrated wound management systems, today announced the launch of its Mobile Personalized Woundcare System™ (Mobile PWS™). Mobile PWS™ enables caregivers to use this innovative system in the field and at the point of care without the need for Internet connectivity.

"Home Health Agency customers are using PWS™ to drive clinical consistency, more effectively manage costs, and create tighter links with referring physicians," said Mark Carbeau, President and CEO of PolyRemedy. "Mobile PWS™ is another step towards simplifying wound care in the home. This enhancement makes it even easier for caregivers in the field to conduct patient assessments, track wound progress and place personalized dressing orders."

"We have designed Mobile PWS™ to meet the needs of the traveling caregiver," commented Jeffrey Tingle, Vice President of Software Development. "Users have the exact same look and feel with the mobile application as they do when working online. The information that they enter into Mobile PWS™ is automatically preserved in a HIPAA compliant, secure manner, and once they get online a one-button sync process updates their data."

About PolyRemedy
With offices in Boston, MA and San Jose, CA, PolyRemedy, Inc. offers integrated wound management systems designed to increase treatment consistency by extending wound care expertise to the point of care. The PolyRemedy Personalized Woundcare System (PWS™) enables clinicians to document care through easy-to-use assessment tools, and to order personalized wound dressings, while also providing critical and unprecedented visibility into wound care data. For more information about PolyRemedy, visit www.polyremedy.com or call 1-866-609-3515.



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