Sanuwave Health announced that it is partnering with its former president’s new business, The Mobile Health Company (MHC).
Former Sanuwave president Shri Parikh launched MHC as a mobile solution for wound care and other treatments to be streamlined directly to a patient’s home setting. In launching MHC, Shri is resigning from Sanuwave, but will remain as an active company advisor.
“I’m very excited about this collaboration with Sanuwave,” Shri said in a news release. “What [MHC] offers is particularly valuable now, a time where patients are fearful and limited to getting essential care they need. In wound care, amputation is an almost certain outcome for DFU patients that go untreated.
“With MHC, we can offer continuous care, in a safe and clean environment, with state of the art technologies, such as dermaPace, to reduce the systems’ chronic care costs burden, while improving patient compliance and outcomes.”
Part of the partnership includes placing the newly launched DermaPace System devices with MHC. DermaPace is an FDA-cleared shockwave system for treating diabetic foot ulcers.