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large_photo3Outpatient Wound Clinics

Implementation of an Outpatient Wound Care Center can add a very valuable service line to a hospital’s profile. Treatment Centers can be wound care only, or add Hyperbaric Medicine capabilities as well. MedCentris provides a specialized management process that emphasizes safety, maximizes wound healing, and helps host facilities get proper reimbursement for services rendered. MedCentris can provide turn key service, including Wound Providers, or just consulting services if needed.

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large_photo7Skilled Nursing Facility Programs

Nursing Facilities often admit patients with moderate or complex wound care needs. MedCentris has designed a cost-effective Nursing Home/SNF Wound Care Program that meets the needs of the patients, staff, and the facility. Our program is designed to exceed state requirements, which can be extensive in the Nursing Home setting. Healing nursing home wound care patients occurs at bedside, reducing the need for costly transfers to hospitals, ER’s, and doctor’s offices.

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large_photo5Long Term Acute Care Hospitals

Long Term Acute Care Hospitals are often a depository for complex, chronic wounds. MedCentris’ Long Term Acute Care Wound Program ensures that patients are getting aggressive care, including appropriate bedside surgical debridement of necrotic tissue to allow wound healing to occur. MedCentris has pioneered a comprehensive program specifically for Long Term Acute Care’s that trains staff, providers, and administrators on the specialized treatment and documentation of inpatient wound care.

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large_photo4Hospitals Acute Inpatient

Even though wounds or wound-related conditions account for a high number of hospital admits, most hospitals have minimal or no wound care program. MedCentris has developed a specialized Hospitals Acute Care Inpatient Wound Program that addresses the unique needs of this environment. MedCentris’ program can help increase revenue, decrease the length of stay, decrease costs, and decrease the number of hospital acquired wounds.

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