WOUND CARE SERVICES: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR HOSPITALS
National Healing, January 11, 2005
Wound care is a significant segment of the US healthcare industry, accounting for approximately $6 billion in expenditures annually. The market is expected to continue growing rapidly due to changing health and demographic trends and the exploding growth in the number of new wound care products. This white paper outlines the growth areas of the segment, covering health and demographic trends as well as statistics on the number of hospitals with wound centers. It aims to give an in-depth overview of the wound care industry and how hospitals can benefit from their implementation. BY: National Healing Boca Raton, FL (PDF format - click here to download the latest version of acrobat reader)
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