6.7 million

PEOPLE SUFFER FROM CHRONIC, NON-HEALING WOUNDS

Patients heal faster when they receive advanced care.

Working with a specialty wound care provider can result in improved wound care outcomes, including faster healing times, fewer amputations and decreased length of stay. Additional benefits include improved patient access in your community and reduced supply and durable medical equipment costs.

WHY WOUND CARE MATTERS

The Right Solutions for Our Partners

Wound Care Centers

Healogics can help you manage the largely underserved, high-risk wounded patient population by building a state-of-the-art, outpatient Wound Care Center in your facility.

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Inpatient Services

We can provide or manage your care team, handle supply management, and provide technology and training to decrease cost and improve patient outcomes and satisfaction.

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Skilled Nursing Facilities

While skilled nursing facilities have options for specialty wound care, Healogics delivers the benefits of expert care across a community’s inpatient and post-acute settings.

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Join the Healogics team as a specialty physician to restore hope and change lives every day.

You’ll receive extensive training and continuing educational support as we work together to advance our specialty.

BECOME A WOUND CARE SPECIALIST

Our commitment to science is delivering better patient outcomes.

With one of the world’s largest databases of wound-specific patient data, and through our collaborative relationships with other academic and scientific leaders, Healogics has the expertise to provide the best patient outcomes.

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Earlier Specialized Physician Intervention Lowers Costs, Readmissions and Length of Stay

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Earlier Specialized Physician Intervention Lowers Costs, Readmissions and Length of Stay

In an innovative approach to wound care management, two Midwest hospitals partnered with Healogics to create a program that emphasized earlier intervention and a higher level of wound care integration throughout the care continuum. An initial pilot project demonstrated considerable successes in the reduction of care costs, readmissions and length of stay for hospital inpatients…

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