Wound Care

Wound Care

Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

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As a wound care specialist, a major part of your practice is providing hyperparic oxygen therapy (HBOT) to improve the body’s natural healing process to treat such as conditions as diabetes-related wounds, soft tissue infections, thermal burns, delayed radiation injuries, skin grafts and flaps and crush injuries.

OmniMD is the only EHR and PM designed to meet the unique needs of independent, managed and hospital owned Wound care and HBOT practices with comprehensive templates and workflows for Diabetic foot ulcers, Diabetic Wounds, Gangrene, Soft tissue radiation injury, Venous ulcers, etc

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Specialty-Specific Features:

Generation of reminders and recall notifications
Create custom treatment plans for patients with ease
Wound assessment and care planning documentation
Insurance authorization tracking and recording
Inbuilt E&M coder for to code precisely instead of down coding or up-coding and thus minimize any later complications or loss in revenue.
Fax signed charts directly through EHR
Provides secure patient access to request appointments and medication refills, receive test results, obtain educational material, update specific predefined data such as demographics, allergies, and medication, etc.
Easily document patient data using multiple data entry methods such as point & click, voice recognition and handwriting recognition.
Custom integration/interface with laboratories, HIEs, hospitals systems, medical devices and others facilitating bi-directional exchange of healthcare data to support interoperability and improve care coordination between providers and care settings, crucial for a specialist in today’s world of integrated care

Templates for Pediatrics practices

OmniMD’s Wound Care EHR and PM software is based on years of experience with the special needs of busy Wound Care practices. Our professional training and implementation makes your practice productive from day one:

Surgical Wounds Wound Debridement Chronic refractory Osteomyelitis
Radiation injury Cutaneous, decubitus, and stasis ulcers Non healing surgical wounds
Diabetic foot ulcer Persistent focal Erythema Burns
Soft tissue infection Gangrene Venous Ulcers
Diabetic wound Traumatic wound Negative P

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