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

  • Malleolar Ulceration Induced by Hydroxyurea Therapy for Chronic Eosinophila
    A 59-year-old African American female presented to a plastic surgery office in consultation for a very painful non-healing wound of her right lateral malleolus. An incisional biopsy was performed and ultimately a diagnosis of hydroxyurea-induced ulcer was concluded. Descriptions of this entity are rare in the surgical and wound care... Read more »
  • Novel Insights on Understanding of Keloid Scar: Article Review
    Keloid scar, dermal benign fibro-proliferative growth that extends outside the original wound and invades adjacent dermal tissue due to extensive production of extracellular matrix, especially collagen, which caused by over expression of cytokines and growth factors. Although many attempts were made to understand the exact pathophysiology and the molecular abnormalities,... Read more »
  • The Use of a No-sting Barrier Film Treatment Protocol Compared to Routine Clinical Care for the Treatment of Stage 1 and 2 Pressure Injuries in Long-term Care
    Pressure injuries increase morbidity and mortality in geriatric patients by 400%. Residents in long-term care (LTC) are at high risk of developing pressure injuries because of limited mobility, poor nutritional status, impaired cognition, and incontinence. This study aims to determine whether a no-sting barrier film (NSBF) treatment protocol is more... Read more »
  • Old War Scar Revisited
    In 1828, Jean Nicholas Marjolin, a French surgeon, first described the findings of a neoplastic development arising from a burn scar, now more commonly referred to as a Marjolin's ulcer. A Marjolin's ulcer describes malignant degeneration in any chronic wound. The majority of cases arises in burn scars and are... Read more »
  • Patient Outcomes and Factors Associated with Healing in Calciphylaxis Patients Undergoing Adjunctive Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
    Calcific uremic arteriolopathy, also known as calciphylaxis, is a rare syndrome of small vessel calcification of unknown etiology causing painful, violaceous skin lesions that progress to form chronic non-healing ulcers and gangrene. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) can be used as adjunctive therapy in the treatment of these ulcers. However, due... Read more »