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Design a customized inpatient wound care management program.

Our inpatient services include providing specialists or managing your wound care team, handling supply management and deploying technology and training to help decrease cost and improve patient outcomes and satisfaction. With advanced acute wound care, patients report a higher rate of satisfaction than with general care.

Build a care continuum around the wound healing process.

Initial consultations help prepare patients for success with accurate wound assessment. Improved patient care that is more cost effective is also typically shorter, which means your patients will often transition to the next stage of healing more quickly. With wound care that is consistent across treatment, personnel and process perspectives, your patients will experience greater satisfaction and better outcomes.

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Optimize with WoundSuite technology.

Our hospital inpatient partners have access to WoundSuite, our cutting-edge and proprietary software that provides operational efficiencies through improved documentation, decision support and wound assessment tools, enhanced patient engagement and a smooth interface with the hospital EMR.


Product Formulary

We assist with the burden of establishing a wound-specific formulary and managing the utilization of supplies and surfaces. By working with Healogics, you will benefit from reduced supply variation and access to high-quality supplies at a fraction of the cost.


More Benefits for our Inpatient Wound Care Partners

Care Team Focused Program

For program continuity, we are assisting by managing or providing cross-training to inpatient and outpatient Certified Wound Ostomy Continence Nurses (WOCNs). We utilize a nurse practitioner to provide consults and support WOCNs to ensure appropriate treatment-based on guidelines.

Process and Education

Healogics provides nurse education programs and wound care protocols for improving outcomes, including reducing length-of-stay related to wound management and hospital acquired pressure ulcers.