Wound care is becoming a growing specialty for hospitals

11/1/2011 | Hartford Business Journal (Conn.)

Hospitals are opening more specialized wound care centers in an effort to unclog crowded emergency departments and serve a growing need as the incidence of wounds related to diabetes, obesity and cancer treatment increases. Wound care centers are a more efficient treatment option for patients and provide better outcomes, says Dr. Michael Woods, vice president of medical affairs at Johnson Memorial Medical Center in Connecticut.

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