MTF Biologics Announces Partnership with Net Health Wound Care EMR

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Edison, NJ (January 21, 2020) – MTF Biologics, a global nonprofit tissue bank, today announced a partnership with Net Health, the a provider of cloud-based software for specialized care. The collaboration allows MTF Biologics to offer its wound care solutions through Net Health’s WoundExpert® EMR for use in outpatient wound care centers throughout the United States.

“Our partnership with Net Health will ensure that clinicians at outpatient facilities across the country spend less time on paperwork and more time on patient care treating chronic and complex wounds with our natural and innovative solutions,” said Kim Rounds, Vice President of Wound Care at MTF Biologics.

“Outpatient wound care is a mainstay within healthcare and this partnership is a great example of the type of industry collaboration required to eliminate barriers to care and support improved patient outcomes,” said Josh Pickus, CEO of Net Health. “MTF Biologics puts their technology right inside the wound to directly impact healing, and we’re proud to make that more available to patients while easing the workflow burden on the prescribing provider.”

For more information on WoundExpert, visit nethealth.com.

About MTF Biologics
MTF Biologics Wound Care is a division of MTF Biologics, a leading non-profit tissue bank. The Wound Care division is dedicated to developing highly advanced, safe, clinically-based and cost-effective wound care solutions that work in concert with the body's natural healing process.

About Net Health
Net Health provides cloud-based software for specialized care. Its solutions support providers in specialty medical settings across the continuum of health care—from hospital to home. Net Health’s interoperable EMRs deliver end-to-end solutions that ensure compliance, improve outcomes, empower providers and inspire care.

The views and opinions expressed in this blog are solely those of the author, and do not represent the views of WoundSource, Kestrel Health Information, Inc., its affiliates, or subsidiary companies

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