Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Improves Healing

By Dr. William Ennis, DO, MBA, MMM, CPE In our most recent white paper titled, “The Use of Modalities in Wound Care Part 2: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy,” we examine the use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) as an adjunctive therapy for diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) with Wagner grades 3 and 4. We found significantly improved healing…

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ANCC Accreditation Confirms Highest Quality Continuing Education for Healogics Nurses

We are proud to announce another achievement that benefits our nurses and the people they care for at our Wound Care Centers: Accreditation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. The ANCC Accreditation Program identifies organizations that exhibit excellence in Nursing Continuing Professional Development (NCPD). Healogics earned this distinction by promoting excellence in nursing and patient…

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Dr. Ennis Shares his RX for Success

Healogics Chief Medical Officer Dr. William Ennis has been a pioneer for advanced wound care in the U.S. His career has taught him a lot of lessons that he hopes to pass along to others in the field – and even all of us who weren’t called to become doctors.

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Advanced Modalities, Including Debridement, Improve Patient Outcomes

Written by Healogics Chief Medical Officer, Dr. William Ennis. Healogics mission to advance wound healing includes ongoing research to improve healing rates for patients who entrust us with their care. Our proprietary data, along with analysis of respected medical literature, has revealed four factors that affect patient healing trajectories across all stages of healing. These…

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Patient Outcomes Improve When Patient Engagement Increases

Written by Healogics Chief Medical Officer, Dr. William Ennis. As part of our ongoing research to improve healing rates, Healogics research reveals the significant impact of patient engagement across all stages of healing. The four factors that have been identified as having the greatest impact on whether a patient heals according to expected timelines are:…

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Prevent Stalled Wounds to Improve Patient Outcomes

Written by Healogics Chief Medical Officer, Dr. William Ennis. Healogics is dedicated to research to advance our understanding of wound care and continually improve treatment. Utilizing our robust wound care database, we recently identified four factors that have the greatest impact on whether a patient heals according to expected timelines. These are: Frequent/Regular Patient Visits,…

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Healing Rates Improve When Patients Keep Scheduled Appointments

Written by Healogics Chief Medical Officer, Dr. William Ennis. As the leader in wound care, Healogics is committed to sharing the results of our research. We recently published a paper in a peer-reviewed medical journal titled, “Reducing Unwarranted Clinical Variability through Patient Visit Frequency.” In summary, we found that the number one variable that has…

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Men’s Health Month

June is Men’s Health Month. We, at Healogics, are bringing awareness to the various health conditions that men suffer from, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease or prostate cancer. With early detection and appropriate treatments, these conditions can be managed or even prevented.

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WCA: The Chronic Wound Epidemic and The Benefits of Advanced Wound Care

Written by Carolyn Shinn, Vice President, Clinical and Quality Process Excellence at Healogics. Too frequently, we hear about people who have, for one reason or another, delayed medical treatment, and often they put it off for far too long. The reasons why range from financial concerns to time constraints to the hope that “this will just…

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