Replacing Silos with Sustainable, System-Based Program

  • Efficiency and cost of care

  • Optimizing profitability

  • Regional Integration

  • Intelligent case management

  • Maximizing facility role in the continuum

  • Representing your facility to key regional providers and organizations

  • Fellowship trained wound care providers

  • Evidence-based clinical care model

  • Facility-specific resource stewardship training

  • Your "human accountability link" across the continuum

  • Continuous performance measurement

  • Quality of care

  • Provider alignment

The Benefits of System-Based Woundcare

Wound care is increasingly evidence based and systematic, requiring specialized leadership, and system-based quality assurance to make certain that published guidelines and cost-effective, evidence-based wound care regimens are utilized on a day-to-day basis.

Wound care represents an unparalleled opportunity, which is best achieved through a system-driven quality-focused model. WoundCentrics is designed to deliver precisely this combination of resources and management, to your healthcare facility.

Our solutions deliver a wound care Center of Excellence, allowing you to check wound care off of your administrative to-do list. We provide turnkey accountability through fellowship trained physicians and physician extenders, continuous monitoring, and a level of care that will allow you to legitimately tout your facility as a true "Center of Excellence for Wound Care."

The Cure for Compliance Headaches

Compliance is a pressing concern, and a time consuming burden for management. In particular, iatrogenic wounds have become a major source of concern. A WoundCentrics wound care program is the best way to meet these challenges.

  • Evaluate potential admissions by accurately assessing wounds, and co-morbidities in admission candidates

  • Accurately identify Present On Admission wounds, and identify patient at high-risk for iatrogenic wounds, through expert assessment of all new admissions

  • Effectively prevent iatrogenic wounds through staff education, continuous quality monitoring, and process improvement.

Improved Reimbursement Through Effective Documentation

Our clinicians understand the need for accurate and complete documentation, and its impact on compliance and reimbursement. 

Our clinicians understand the key impact of co-morbid conditions, and the importance of their early identification and accurate documentation in the medical record.

These conditions raise the cost of care delivery, but they are often missed, or poorly documented, adversely affecting reimbursement.

Has your facility lost money because clinicians fail to document CMI impacting co-morbid conditions?

Our clinicians are responsible for helping you solve this problem.


The WoundCentrics program supports consistent and substantial CMI increases, across a range of patient types. CMI impact is typically on the order of 0.5 or more for WoundCentrics managed patients, with gains seen across a broad range of patient types.

For example, in a WoundCentrics serviced, 35 bed LTAC, reimbursement increases directly related to our program amounted to an $873,000 reimbursement increase in one quarter, after expenses. These are real-world gains, across a broad mix of primary admitting diagnoses.

The WoundCentrics program is optimized to help your LTAC manage patient effectively under payment reform, allowing site neutral patients to be admitted, cost-effectively managed, and discharged within 7 days, when appropriate. Few programs are capable of this level of efficiency and responsiveness, but WoundCentrics programs are doing this, now, allowing their host facilities to manage patients with wound needs, for IPPS DRGs.

Could your LTAC benefit from this kind of wound care management and reimbursement increase? If you would like more information about implementing our program in your LTAC, and creating a "Center of Excellence for Wound Care," drawing increased referrals, and increasing CMI significantly across a range of admitting diagnoses, please contact us. We would be happy to evaluate your current program, and show you what Woundcentrics, LLC can do for your LTAC.


Real World Impact for Skilled Nursing Facilities

Skilled Nursing is an integral component of the modern healthcare continuum, and these key facilities are called upon to manage increasingly challenging wound cases. WoundCentrics providers are trained to provide evidence-based care in SNF facilities, while optimizing costs, and strengthening the position of Skilled Nursing Facilities within the continuum of care.

Estimated $100,000 annual cost reduction for skilled nursing facilities through:

  • Trained specialist wound and skin care providers service your facility at no cost to facility

  • Reductions in cost-of-care through provider adherence to wound care formulary and associated costs

  • Protocol-based care

  • Provider-driven efforts to reduce dressing change frequency, and avoid unnecessary caregiver workload

  • Reduced need for patient transfer to outside wound centers

  • On-site debridement avoids need for expensive and logistically challenging outside services

Assure highest quality of care through a system-based approach 

  • WoundCentrics multidisciplinary management team assures optimal quality of care, and stewardship of facility mission and alignment across the continuum of care

  • Timely on-site provider consultation, early intervention, and ongoing case management

  • Provider available to meet and consult with family members

  • Close collaboration and communication with primary caregivers to assure coordination of care

  • Facility staff education, including accredited Continuing Education (CE) classroom, and online

Risk management is integral

  • Avoidance of CMS and state tags

  • Compliance with MDS requirements

  • Reduced civil risk exposure

  • If desired, we can provide the guidance and expertise for a sensible photo-documentation policy

We make it easy to get started

  • Simple, professional services agreement with no long-term commitment

  • Request for consultation from a primary care provider is then sufficient

  • Our regional management team will obtain any needed consent documentation, insurance authorization, etc.

  • All payers accepted, and we can see all facility patients regardless of payer status


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