The Wound Wrap
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The Wound Wrap

Because there’s always something fascinating in the world of wound care In just the past few weeks, we’ve seen a flurry of news in the wound care world, including a new report on the growing demand for biological skin substitutes, a study that may have a large impact on the care of diabetic ulcers in…

A Pressure Injury Primer: Fundamentals, Stages, and Prevention

A Pressure Injury Primer: Fundamentals, Stages, and Prevention

Pressure injuries (PIs) are among the biggest challenges facing wound care providers Formerly known as pressure ulcers, decubitus ulcers, or bed sores, pressure injuries (PIs) are notoriously difficult to prevent and manage. They also are very costly — individual patient care for severe PIs ranges from $21,000 to more than $151,000. Pressure Injuries also cause…

Net Health and HIMSS Market Insights Partner to Uncover Healthcare Decision Makers’ Sentiment Toward Advanced Analytics Solutions 
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Net Health and HIMSS Market Insights Partner to Uncover Healthcare Decision Makers’ Sentiment Toward Advanced Analytics Solutions 

Study reveals healthcare leaders understand the potential of advanced analytics solutions, but few have fully adopted them.  PITTSBURGH, February 27, 2024 — Net Health, a trusted source for specialized software solutions that empower restorative care providers across the continuum of care, today announced findings from a new study in collaboration with HIMSS Market Insights titled:…

Top 5 Digital Tips to Reduce Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injuries

Top 5 Digital Tips to Reduce Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injuries

Make you, your leaders, and patients happy by avoiding HAPIs All clinicians strive to prevent hospital-acquired pressure injuries (HAPIs)…and for good reason. Stage III, Stage IV, and unstageable HAPIs are categorized as “never events” under the CMS Hospital-Acquired Condition (HAC) program1 and can lead to substantial penalties and lost reimbursement. About 2.5 million patients acquire…