WoundZoom recently exhibited at The Symposium on Advanced Wound Care in Denver, Colorado from May 1st through May 5th.
We introduced the next version of WoundZoom with it's upgraded user interface, including an improved keyboard, higher resolution camera, more thorough wound documentation options among other features that are coming with our conversion to and Android operating system. The response was fantastic just as it was during our original debut at SAWC 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. We heard your comments and feedback and implemented it into WoundZoom.
While in Denver for The Symposium we also had the pleasure of being one of the sponsors for the first Bates-Jensen Wound Reach Foundation OUCH! race. The race took place early Friday morning in Confluence Park on the lovely Platte River and the turn-out was phenomenal. It was so great to see so many people doing something healthy to start their day and supporting a wonderful cause. Please visit their website at www.woundreach.org, to learn more about the cause and to get in touch with someone if you would like to host a race at an upcoming conference.
If we missed you at SAWC please check back in the coming weeks for our events calendar. The next event we will be attending is the Native American Diabetes and Wound Care Conference at the La Costa Resort and Spa in Carlsbad, California from June 10th to June 11th.