Hospitals benefit from providing chronic wound care

12/29/2009 | HealthLeaders Media

Experts say hospitals that offer chronic wound care are profiting from steady demand and high reimbursements from insurers. Wound healing centers also are seen as a good investment because the number of wound care patients is expected to increase due to an aging population and increasing diabetes and obesity rates.

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