Aim: Our study explores the use of CARES4WOUNDS (C4W) application to manage chronic wounds in nursing homes over a two-month period. Methods: The intervention group was managed using C4W while the control group was managed by wound care nurses. Results: We recruited 9 patients to the pilot study, however, two were excluded after being transferred to hospital for unrelated reasons. All patients showed improvement in Falanga wound scores. The average consultation time and travel costs were lower in the intervention group. The average system usability scale score was 51.6. Conclusion: We want to use these findings to plan a larger cost-benefit analysis of C4W in chronic wound management.