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Artificial Intelligence in Wound Care

For this month's WoundSource Practice Accelerator series, we are providing education on a variety of topics related to the use of artificial intelligence in wound care. Scroll below to read this month's white paper and articles, to print out our quick fact sheet, and to sign up for this month's webinar.

Upcoming Webinar

How to Prepare for the AI Revolution

Monday, September 25

Paul J. Kim, DPM, MS, FACFAS and Maria Goddard MD, CWS, FAPWCA


  • Define terms and concepts related to AI through a health care lens 
  • Establish a baseline understanding of AI for clinicians navigating the space
  • Discuss how AI and pattern recognition has impacted wound care specifically 
  • A look into the expectations of the future of AI in health care
  • Live Q&A and Discussion 

White Paper

How Does AI Apply to Wound Care?

<p>Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly evolving many fields, including health and wound care. Experts theorize that AI may help support diagnosis, documentation, communication, and outcome prediction. Understanding AI, its subcategories, and how it’s being studied by health and wound care experts and regulators is imperative. Establishing a baseline understanding of AI technologies and their applications can help wound care professionals stay on top of developments. This white paper covers t...

Fact Sheet

Quick Facts - Artificial Intelligence and Wound Care

Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly transforming various fields, including health care. As a health care field which relies heavily on visual assessment for patient care, wound care may see many uses for AI in the near future. Wound care professionals should familiarize themselves with AI and its modalities in the health care space, so that they can not only use them effectively and ethically, but identify which technologies are right for their practice. This fact sheet provides several pear...

Featured Articles

Artificial Intelligence: Ethical and Privacy Considerations

Although the potential benefits of AI in health care have been widely theorized, the practical and ethical concerns have been less well-characterized. Discussed below are important considerations involving patient privacy (ie, HIPAA concerns) as well as the ethical use of AI in daily clinical practi...

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A Historical Look at AI in Health Care

The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in health care is gaining significant attention and interest. AI is revolutionizing how providers diagnose, treat, and care for patients, but how did we get here? The origins of AI in health care and its development are essential to understanding its applicati...

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How Can AI Augment Clinical Judgement?

In this interview, Nancy Morgan, RN, BSN, MBA, WOC, reviews several artificial intelligence (AI) modalities that can augment wound and health care, assuage provider's fears of adopting these new technologies, and some considerations for integrating these technologies in one's practice....

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How AI Could Impact Medical Education

In this interview, Kyle Wu, MBA, MD and Ozgur Guler, PhD discuss the ways AI can help providers educate themselves, such as through large language models and gamification....

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Important Terms to Know

Important Terms to Know: Artificial Intelligence in Health Care

Artificial Intelligence (AI): An umbrella term for technology that can simulate human intelligence. Artificial Neural Networks (ANN): Inspired by biological neural networks, these frameworks have only a few layers but can create outputs with less human intervention than traditional ML algorithms. Augmented Intelligence (AuI): AI that aids in human decision-making rather than replacing it.