Using the Swift App can make a big difference in clinical management and patient outcomes, say researchers at Montreal-based McGill University and McGill University Health Centre, where clinicians and other healthcare providers have been using Swift Skin and Wound since 2016.
How digital wound care management helped cut pressure ulcer prevalence by 77% at Teays Valley Center
At the Institute for Healthcare Improvement national forum, Swift medical affairs VP Dr. Yunghan Au talks about how Swift technology helped transform care at this West Virginia skilled nursing facility.
Leading U.S. post-acute care consulting firm names Swift as its exclusive digital wound care management solution of choice for home health clients.
Artificial intelligence will change the roles of healthcare professionals but it won’t replace them entirely, says Carlo Perez.
Swift branding VP Axle Davids and HR generalist Laura Niblett dish on the tech talent war and how to win it.
Digital health news authority MobiHealthNews talks to Swift CEO Carlo Perez about how AI and computer vision are transforming wound care.
On November 15, International Stop Pressure Ulcer Day, let’s talk about this serious medical conditions that makes life so difficult for millions of people around the world.
Canada-Poland clinical trial on extracorporeal shock wave therapy to speed up the healing of pressure ulcers relied on accurate measurements using Swift Skin and Wound.
Swift creates the world’s first body maps of common wound hotspots to improve care in skilled nursing facilities
Wound heat map paper published today in JMIR Dermatology TORONTO, CANADA (Tuesday October 9th, 2018) – Swift Medical Inc, the world leader in enterprise-grade digital wound care management, has created […]
After more than 40 years as a leading clinician, researcher and educator in wound care, Professor Keith Harding has plenty to say about this still-evolving field of medicine.
Editorial features Swift alongside other AI-driven startups and large corporations at MaRS Discovery District.
Global community of companies works to advance innovations that help older adults
Carlo Perez, CEO of Swift Medical Inc., has been named a finalist in the EY Entrepreneur of the YearTM 2018 Awards in Ontario.
Just when you’ve finally memorized the periodic table, a new one comes along – and it includes Swift.
Carlo Perez talks about the ups and downs of building a health tech startup that now dominates the wound care management market.
Carlo Perez and four other founders share the best advice they got as they worked to raise millions.
While we can’t ever fully prevent violent acts against our city, we can control how we, as a community, react.
Carlo Perez reflects on Toronto’s startup “community power” and how this differs from Silicon Valley’s focus on competitive advantage.
We’re still getting buzz from our recent round of funding, which closed with $11.6 million from Data Collective, Real Ventures, Relay Ventures and BDC Capital.
MaRS Discovery District features Swift as a great workplace for innovative thinkers who want something out of the ordinary.
From The Globe and Mail to the Wall Street Journal, close to 40 media outlets and online sites beat the drum for Swift after an oversubscribed Series A funding round.
Data Collective partner Scott Barclay cites computational care as a key reason why his firm led a funding round that ultimately raised $11.6 million for Swift.
Latest funding round positions Swift for even greater success in its goal of digitizing wound care management.
Swift chief medical officer Dr. Sheila Wang presents Swift Skin and Wound at the 2018 American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting.
As founding member of the scientific advisory board at Swift, Prof. Harding deepens the company’s expertise in wound care.
Carlo Perez provides an overview of Swift Skin and Wound and how it’s changing wound care.
Healogics, the largest provider of advanced chronic wound care services in the U.S., is using Swift Skin and Wound technology to power the company’s new Photo Measurement application.
Writer Kimberly Houston explains the impact of appropriate and timely wound care and how Swift Skin and Wound can make a difference.
Article details how the upcoming AutoDepth feature in Swift Skin and Wound will enable clinicians to gauge wound depth and severity.
Upcoming feature will enable Swift Skin and Wound to measures wound depth, eliminating the pain and discomfort from using a cotton swab.
Venture capitalist Scott Barclay expands on computational care and investing in entrepreneurs with ambition, empathy and proven deep tech and compute innovations.
Results of study of wound care patients at Women’s College Hospital in Toronto demonstrates the accuracy and reliability of Swift Skin and Wound.
In his presentation, Dr. Stephan Landis says smartphone imaging software should become the bedside standard for measurement data collection.
New alliance allows PointClickCare to integrate Swift Skin and Wound into its platforms, used by healthcare facilities across North America.
Leading North American EHR Vendor for the Senior Care Market Showcases Latest Offering at AHCA/NCAL Convention & Expo 2016.
Dr. Sheila Wang is one of five individual and team recipients honored for their outstanding projects.
Majority of patients say photographic documentation allowed them to track and be more involved in the care of their wounds, according to paper in the International Wound Journal.