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Are You Providing The Life Changing Treatments Your Patients Need

CūtisCare is poised to provide hospitals & private practices nationwide with the expertise to solve their patients’ chronic wound problems. Wound care management and hyperbaric therapy solutions are proven methods to improving your patient’s quality of life, reducing infections, lowering amputation rates and more. At CūtisCare we are proud to offer flexible solutions to meet the unique needs of all hospitals and the communities they serve. We specialize in the intricacies of the complex regulatory landscape of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, with a commitment to compliance, and have partnered with some of the areas leading facilities to help make wound care management more accessible. CūtisCare has managed more than 250 centers with an unblemished record of compliance and financial stability.

Why Outsourcing Just Makes Sense

Risk Avoidance and Compliance
Are you up to date on the latest hyperbaric oxygen therapy regulations?

Clinical Optimization
Are your patients getting the most appropriate care at the right time?

Financial Optimization
Does your team have a process in place which will lead to a successful revenue stream?

Dissatisfaction with Current Partner
Is your current wound care partner delivering on their promises?

Market Development and Growth
Has your service line growth stalled?

Revenue Cycle Support
Are claims getting denied?

Outsourcing
CutisCare

More than 8.2 million Americans will experience a non-healing wound in their lifetime. Is your facility equipped to provide the life changing treatment these patients require?

Find an Affiliate CūtisCare Wound Healing Center with The Center Finder Tool

Find an Affiliate CūtisCare Wound Healing Center with The Center Finder Tool

Customizable Solutions to Meet the Needs of All Practices

Wound Care Management Simplified

Compliance
Compliance
Physician Mentorship
Physician Mentorship
Revenue Cycle
Revenue Cycle
Training & Education
Training & Education
Program Management
Program Management
Clinical Optimization
Clinical Optimization
Community Outreach and Growth
Community Outreach & Growth
Improving Patient Outcomes
Improving Patient Outcomes
Regulatory Preparation & Monitoring
Regulatory Preparation & Monitoring
Vascular Health
Vascular Health

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