Net Health Systems acquires Wound Care Strategies

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Net Health Systems, the leading provider of clinical information systems for the rapidly growing field of wound care, announced today the acquisition of Wound Care Strategies, Inc. developers of the TPS™ Electronic Medical Record software for wound care providers. This acquisition is an early realization of the intention to leverage the company's recent investment by Spectrum Equity as a means to build on Net Health's market leadership. The combined companies support the clinical information systems of more than 50% of the wound clinics in the United States.

Wound Care Strategies Founder and President, Cathy Thomas Hess, BSN, RN, CWOCN, will join Net Health Systems as Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer, bringing more than 25 years of experience in wound care to the Net Health management team. Net Health CEO Anthony Sanzo commented, "Cathy's experience in various acute-care, long-term care, and outpatient wound clinics is impressive and positions Net Health to offer our clients an expanded base of knowledge. We're excited to have this industry veteran on our team as we continue to grow." Cathy Thomas Hess added, "Our companies combine to create the best possible solution in the industry. I've always had a great deal of respect for their team, product offering, and the positive impact they have made in the industry. I am delighted to join the team, and I know that TPS™ EHR customers will be well-pleased with this opportunity."

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