Modelling the cost-benefits arising from technology-aided early detection of pressure ulcers


The prestigious journal, Wounds International, has published a Health Economic Outcome Research paper authored by Amit Gefen in collaboration with a team from Deloitte, Alvarez Marsal and Martin Burns BBI’s CEO.

The publication entitled “Modelling the cost-benefits arising from technology-aided early detection of pressure ulcers” discusses the potential cost savings when the SEM Scanner is used as an adjunct to standard of care in pressure injury/ulcer prevention. The data sets were gathered from the UK however the results can be extrapolated into other healthcare settings across the globe.

Gefen A., et al. (2020). Modelling the cost-benefits arising from technology-aided early detection of pressure ulcers. Wounds International. Vol 11:1 pp12-17

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