Net Health Wound Care
Every bit of workflow counts for the patient and the business.
Specialized EHR Solution for Wound Care
WoundExpert® is a sophisticated, yet simple-to-use, web-based EHR for wound care management. Robust configurability makes it ideal for outpatient wound care centers as well as independent wound care providers. Integrated clinical, financial and regulatory tools enhance performance and patient care. Get ready to boost quality and outcomes.
Providers rely on WoundExpert every day.
Wounds healed annually with WoundExpert.
Software for Wound Healing Excellence
We collaborated with world-class designers for an engaging, adaptive and customizable user experience that intuitively guides clinicians through a consistent workflow that drives quality.
Experience End-to-End Functionality
Get dynamic real-time collection, analysis and visualization of your wound care program. Scheduling, assessment, photo capture, benchmarking, billing, reporting and more are all integrated.
Drive Your Program Wholistically
Build-out a competitive, quality-centered wound care program. Workflow assessments, a solution tailored to drive effectiveness and ongoing support ensure you're delivering at optimal capacity.
Boost Your Wound Care Capabilities
Net Health Wound Care Partners
Very user friendly and great support!
Ian S., Wound Care Director
Doctors Hospital of Manteca
Some Things To Pique Your Interest
Wound care startup Tissue Analytics was acquired by Pittsburgh’s Net Health. Here’s what it means for Baltimore.
It’s a milestone moment for the five-year-old wound care startup founded out of Johns Hopkins’ CBID. Now it will help grow predictive analytics to a Pittsburgh-based company with a leading role in health records software. This content is reprinted from a Technical.ly digital magazine article written by Stephen Babcock and published on May 18, 2020. […]Read More
We are living in unprecedented times. At the time of writing, the World Health Organization declared the 2019 coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak a public health emergency of international concern.1 This virus can potentially affect anyone, including healthcare workers, patients, families, friends, and neighbors. Before COVID-19, in any health care setting, engaging face-to-face with our wound care patients […]Read More
The burden of chronic wounds is high. Associated morbidity, decreased quality of life, and, in some cases, mortality are among the many reasons significant interest is focused on the prevention and treatment of wounds and the patients you serve each and every day. It has been estimated that a single diabetic ulcer carries a cost […]Read More
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