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Net Health employees pronounce it DAY-TAH (dā-tə).
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WoundExpert® Research Database
With over 2 million patient encounters documented annually, WoundExpert is the largest independent source of comprehensive chronic wound data available in the U.S. healthcare market. Net Health offers a rich set of patient data for use in a variety of research settings including:
- Wound Care Market Demographics
- Wound Outcomes and Healing Rates
- Prevalence of Advanced Wound Healing Therapies
- Prevalence of Procedures
- Wound Treatment Product Utilization
- Patient Demographics and Medical Histories
- ICD9 and CPT4 coding per encounter
- Wound Etiology Characterization
The WoundExpert Research Database contains records from over 1.5 Million patients treated for 2.1 Million wounds and receiving over 2.3 Million physician orders. Typical conditions found in the WoundExpert Research Database include: diabetic ulcers, arterial and venous ulcers, pressure ulcers, lymphedema, burn wounds, and surgical wounds. This rich set of patient data is available for use in a variety of research areas to:
- Evaluate the market opportunity for new device or therapy
- Determine which of several conditions to target for FDA approval
- Gauge the effectiveness of marketing efforts
- Evaluate how well a therapy is performing under real-world conditions
Data is captured at every patient encounter:
- Patient Data (demographics, medical history, plus more)
- Wound Data (measurements and appearance)
- Products (dressings, medical devices, and more)
- Therapies (HBO, NPWT, etc.)
- Financial (insurance, ICD-10, CPT, and more)
The Outpatient Wound Clinic Market Performance Report
The Outpatient Wound Clinic Market Performance Report, developed using data from more than 700,000 patients and more than 1.5 million individual wounds documented in the WoundExpert® software, provides wound clinics, hospitals, and therapy manufacturers with detailed, actionable data about wound clinic performance, patient and wound volumes, and therapies.
As the provider of the largest EHR solution in the industry, Net Health has a unique data set from more than 550 independent (non-managed) wound clinics. The report provides benchmarking and trending data on key areas of wound care practice and activities, including:
- Overview of the wound care industry, including conditions, treatments and clinical settings
- Referral patterns
- Admission and visit figures
- Patient demographics and statistics
- Wound statistics, including type, prevalence, staging, grading, and trending
- Diagnoses and treatments volumes
All data is de-identified, meeting federal requirements for protection of ePHI as required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).
WoundExpert data can be used by academic, government, and private research groups in both retrospective and prospective research projects to learn about product and treatment efficacy, size of chronic wound market, and successful product penetration. The WoundExpert Research Database is available for license to qualified individuals and organizations for use in clinical, operational and financial research. Qualified groups include academic and clinical researchers, medical therapy and device manufacturers, foundations, government entities and NGOs.
Health Economics & Outcomes Research with Real World Evidence (RWE)
Osiris Announces New Peer-Reviewed Publication Summarizing Clinical Outcomes of Viable Cryopreserved Placental Membranes for Management of Chronic Diabetic Foot Ulcers in Real World Setting Using Certain Participating Customer Data from Net Health's WoundExpert Electronic Health Records (EHR) Database.
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"Our mission at United Wound Healing is to transform skilled nursing wound care.” When a conversation starts like this, Net Health is proud to have WoundExpert cited as the right fit for the job.
Headquartered in Puyallup, Washington, United Wound Healing (UWH) is a group of passionate wound care professionals with a multi-disciplinary approach to team-centric patient treatment.
Working as a symbiotic unit with client partners, United Wound Healing’s specialized team directs patient wound care treatment plans at 70 long-term care communities, including skilled nursing and assisted living centers, in Washington. Their goal is to improve healing rates and reduce the need for patients to travel to other facilities for wound care.
In their own words, “Effective teamwork brings together diverse knowledge and skills and often results in faster decision making and improved wound healing and quality outcomes.”
"WoundExpert, for us, has been an education tool, it's been a healing tool it's been a regulatory tool and all that together has provided us some big benefits in our organization." Ryan Dirks, CEO and Owner , United Wound Healing
Additional services are available from Net Health, including data analysis and data transformation, to better tailor data for your particular research needs. Just tell us a bit about yourself and get a 2-page PDF brochure instantly.