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Wound Cost Insights

A Financial and Human Toll of Chronic Wounds

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Health care providers, payers, researchers, and regulators are paying increasing attention to chronic wounds. The high costs—both financial and human—of treating these wounds have led to value-based care initiatives and institutional penalties for hospital-acquired pressure injuries (HAPIs).

This extensively referenced Net Health infographic white paper contains valuable information on the epidemiology and costs of pressure injuries (PIs), including HAPIs, diabetic ulcers, surgical infections, and burns. This guide also addresses the economic and legal implications of chronic wounds in hospitals and residential care facilities.

Wound care professionals will appreciate this concise and well-designed summary of the financial impact of chronic wounds on health care in several settings.

This white paper contains information on the following topics:

Epidemiology, risks, and costs of PIs, HAPIs, diabetic ulcers, surgical wounds, and burns
Increasing prevalence of HAPIs
Costs and liability related to HAPIs
CMS Patient-Driven Payment Model and infection tracking program
Issues specific to long-term and skilled nursing facilities
Invitation to learn more from Net Health and Tissue Analytics

Sponsored by Net Health

Health care providers, payers, researchers, and regulators are paying increasing attention to chronic wounds. The high costs—both financial and human—of treating these wounds have led to value-based care initiatives and institutional penalties for hospital-acquired pressure injuries (HAPIs).

This extensively referenced Net Health infographic white paper contains valuable information on the epidemiology and costs of pressure injuries (PIs), including HAPIs, diabetic ulcers, surgical infections, and burns. This guide also addresses the economic and legal implications of chronic wounds in hospitals and residential care facilities.

Wound care professionals will appreciate this concise and well-designed summary of the financial impact of chronic wounds on health care in several settings.

This white paper contains information on the following topics:

Epidemiology, risks, and costs of PIs, HAPIs, diabetic ulcers, surgical wounds, and burns
Increasing prevalence of HAPIs
Costs and liability related to HAPIs
CMS Patient-Driven Payment Model and infection tracking program
Issues specific to long-term and skilled nursing facilities
Invitation to learn more from Net Health and Tissue Analytics

Sponsored by Net Health

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