FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., February 12, 2019 – Woundtech, the leading provider of technology-enabled wound care management, launched a new more interactive website. The redesign is focused on better articulating Woundtech’s services, addressing patients, insurance companies and providers. The website redesign also highlights how Woundtech heals wounds 33% faster than traditional woundcare service providers. Woundtech’s services lead to 95% reduction in re-admission rates, 95% healing rates, 99% reduction in expensive Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for wounds, and 95% reduction in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy devices.
“Treating wounds in a hospital or clinic is expensive and difficult for the patient. Woundtech’s better, more efficient way to treat wounds is by bringing services to patients wherever they may be (nursing homes, assisted living facilities, or at home). Our telehealth platform makes this possible, bringing together stakeholders: health care providers, patients and the insurance companies. In addition, the platform, allows Woundtech to capture valuable data about wounds and their treatment, which are carefully analyzed to provide better, more personalize approaches.” stated Dr. Jeffrey Galitz, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Medical Officer.
Woundtech is disrupting the wound management industry by bypassing the clinic and focusing more on personalized, precision care given to patients. A patient-centric approach to providing healthcare leads to less stress on the patient, faster healing and lower total cost overall. Woundtech’s solutions provide significantly better outcomes for all parties involved.
Visit Woundtech’s newly redesigned website today at www.Woundtech.net and learn more about what sets Woundtech apart from competition.
Woundtech provides technology-enabled wound management services. Its innovative telehealth platform connects physicians, clinicians, and the back office in real time, enabling Woundtech to bypass the clinic and deliver data-driven, personalized care at the patient’s bedside. With early intervention, the result is faster healing and more equitable patient treatment at a lower total cost of treatment. Serving more than 50 major health plans and over 300 Managed Services Organizations (MSOs), Independent Practice Associations (IPAs) and large medical groups, Woundtech serves millions of patients from Puerto Rico to Hawaii. The company is headquartered in Hollywood, Fla. For more information, please visit www.woundtech.net.
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