Balancing Clinical Excellence with Economic Responsibility


The success of your outpatient wound care center must go further than simply providing treatment. Your success, and that of Wound Care Systems, depends on achieving a balance in clinical superiority and economic responsibility. Your patients and care partners rely on that balance and look to you to provide it.

With Wound Care Systems, we take you and your care partners beyond treating a chronic wound. We help you create a comprehensive wound healing model that includes community outreach and education around prevention, care and proper disease management. When paired with a strong clinical care team focused and trained on advanced wound care modalities and revenue cycle management, your patients and your care partners will experience a successful outpatient wound care center.

    Journal of the American College of Clinical Wound Specialists

  • Skin Perfusion Pressure and Wound Closure Time in Lower Extremity Wounds
    Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) affects approximately 8 million patients in the United States. We investigate the relationship of Skin Perfusion Pressure (SPP) and wound closure time in lower extremity wounds.... Read more »
  • Thermal burn injury from a wedding ring: An unusual case
    Thermal ring injuries are rarely reported in the literature. For this reason, treatment is varied without a standard approach. We describe a case of a thermal wedding ring injury sustained during a welding accident. It is critical to understand the 3 zones of burn injuries when managing these infrequent cases.... Read more »
  • Early Onset of Squamous Cell Carcinoma Arising From Tuberculosis Verrucosa Cutis
    A 72-year-old man presented with a chronic scaly verrucous plaque over his right knee for nine months. The lesion was preceded by a well healed scar sustained five years back from a road traffic accident. He was given multiple courses of systemic antibiotic and antifungal medications but to no avail.... Read more »
  • Is Treating all Pressure Wound Patients with Vitamins A, C, Zinc and Arginine Justified?
    Vitamins are integral part of our daily diet. Healthy individuals and even patients who are eating healthy diet will ingest enough vitamins and supplements to meet their needs. Vitamins and zinc are important elements in wound healing hence severely malnourished patients will have vitamins and zinc deficiency. Extreme cases of... Read more »
  • Pressure Ulcer in Trauma Patients: A Higher Spinal Cord Injury Level Leads to Higher Risk
    In a systematic review, the level of spinal cord injury (SCI) was not associated with risk for pressure ulcer (PU). We hypothesized that in the acute trauma population, upper-SCI (cervical/thoracic) has greater risk for PU when compared to lower-SCI (lumbar/sacral). We additionally sought to identify risk factors for development of... Read more »