7 Million People suffering from non-healing, chronic wounds

Label Value Percentage
Pressure Ulcer 2,906,336 43.18%
Diabetic Foot Ulcer 2,098,750 31.18%
Venous Leg Ulcer 817,244 12.14%
Surgical/Trauma Wound 519,923 7.72%
Arterial Ulcer 388,730 5.78%

Wound care is a serious problem that’s only getting worse.

Millions of people in the United States are living with chronic wounds, and the numbers continue to rise. They are more prevalent among the 30.3 million Americans diagnosed with diabetes, who have a 25 percent risk of developing a foot ulcer. Non-healing wounds are also caused by increased age, obesity, heart and vascular disease, cancer treatment and traumatic injury.

Chronic wounds cost payers.

Wound care costs are growing, with inpatient costs driven primarily by bed usage, supplies and durable medical equipment, and extended lengths of stay.

Spent annually treating chronic wounds
Spent annually on amputation procedures
Average cost of one late-stage hospital-acquired pressure ulcer (HAPU) admission
Total impact to healthcare system

Healing chronic wounds can be a challenge in a primary care setting.

Most primary care physicians receive a very limited amount of wound care training in medical school. For providers who don’t specialize in treating chronic wounds, advanced training can be cost prohibitive.

Hospitals often find that developing their own successful practice for treating chronic wounds is too expensive, comes with significant risk and is hard to measure. Additionally, patients themselves often don’t know that their existing chronic conditions can lead to non-healing wounds and are unaware of preventive strategies or how to spot an ulcer early.


Proven Results with Healogics Specialty Wound Care

Because we focus on such a specialized patient population and rely heavily on science and research, the Healogics team improves chronic wound healing and the efficiency of care delivery.

Over 0+
years treating wounds
Over 0M
wounds healed
patients treated annually

Partnering with Healogics can benefit you and your members.

We serve the chronic wound community with accessible locations and a dedication to evidence-based science and research.

Multiple Delivery Models

We reach your members in many points of care within their local community. We have locations across the U.S., and we accept self referrals.


Expertise & Experience

We have provided advanced wound care for over 20 years and understand this discipline better than anyone.


Wound Science Research

We are committed to continual research, studying our own patient data in the mission to develop ever-improving wound healing techniques.