PolyRemedy said its integrated PWS ensures consistency of care by linking wound assessment to evidence-based protocols that address the needs of the patient’s wound(s) at each point in the healing cycle.

Furthermore, assessment data are leveraged to provide access to comprehensive analytics that allow for monitoring wound progress and resource utilization.

PolyRemedy Clinical Affairs medical director and chief Diane Cooper said PWS imparts consistency and protocol compliance while improving clinical workflow at the point of care.

"This powerful combination gives nurses the confidence to deliver care that is supported by an expert protocol based on the principles of moist wound healing. We are thrilled to strengthen our partnership with St. James and look forward to expanding our relationship within the Franciscan Alliance," Cooper said.

Franciscan St James Health is part of the Franciscan Alliance, which is a Catholic health care system in the Midwest.