We improve patients’ lives through research.

Since the inception of the Healogics Wound Science Initiative in 2017, we have published multiple peer-reviewed manuscripts, delivered webinars, published several white papers and research briefs, partnered with leading advocacy organizations and collaborated with academic organizations on ground-breaking research projects. Click the link below to read the latest in wound care news and review some of the data from our wound database on over 5 million wounds.


Reducing Unwarranted Clinical Variability Visit Frequency 2.0

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The Use of Modalities in Wound Care Part 2: Hyperbaric Oxygen

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The Use of Modalities in Wound Care Part 1: Debridement

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COVID-19 Leads to Increased Amputations

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Through wound science and research, we are helping to heal more wounds.

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  • More Data, More Knowledge

    The more wounds we study, the more we learn about how ulcers begin, and how they transform into wounds.

  • Partnerships for Increased Insight

    Through our partnerships with academic and scientific leaders, we apply outside research to our own observations, which helps us better understand why certain treatments work and others don’t.

  • Working Toward Wound Prevention

    While advances in wound care have benefitted millions of patients, our vision is that one day, we will be able to predict and prevent ulcers before they have a chance to become a chronic wound.

The latest in wound care.

In the most recent update to our Wound Science Initiative, Healogics Chief Medical Officer, Dr. William Ennis, discusses recent findings of increases in major limb amputations during the pandemic compared with matched time frames from pre-COVID-19 data.


The American Nurses Credentialing Center Accreditation Program identifies organizations that exhibit excellence in Nursing Continuing Professional Development (NCPD). Healogics earned this distinction by promoting excellence in nursing and patient safety, and providing nurses with the knowledge and skills to help improve care and patient outcomes.

ANCC Accreditation is a voluntary peer-review process intended to strengthen and sustain the quality and integrity of continuing nursing professional development and ensure they meet rigorous global standards.