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Worldwide Innovative Healthcare, Inc. ("WiCare")

WiCare develops medical devices that are clinically effective and affordable, from high-end hospitals in the US to rural clinics in the developing world.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Medical Devices and Equipment
  • Location Cambridge, MA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded December 2012
  • Employees 2
  • Website wicaresolutions.com

Company Summary

WiCare develops for-profit, innovative medical devices that are clinically effective and affordable worldwide. We find cutting-edge solutions to complex problems through our unique design process. This approach yields results that improve healthcare and clinical outcomes in all markets, from high-end hospitals in the US to rural clinics in the developing world. Our first device is the Wound-Pump, a negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) device.

Team

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    Danielle Renee Zurovcik
    CEO & Founder

    Dr. Zurovcik is an expert in medical device design and innovation, with a balance of experience in business, product design and development and public health. She invented the Wound-Pump technology, led its engineering development, supported its clinical applications and transferred its design to contract manufacturing. Her degrees include a PhD in Mech Eng from MIT, with a minor in Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Sloan.

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    James Lodigiani
    Executive

    James Lodigiani has over 20+ years in senior management roles for some of the top names among US Healthcare companies including Merck, Astra Merck, McKesson, Smith & Nephew and Cardinal Health. He was the SVP Sales and Marketing and then the President of Smith & Nephew Wound Care (US) with progressive revenue growth in the chronic and acute wound markets. He has experience from start-up fundraising to long-term, corporate royalty agreements.