AHI develops TRUHEAL Wound Program for diabetics

After nine years of research and development, Advanced Health Institute (AHI), a medical startup company, has developed a process that is changing lives called the TRUHEAL Wound Program. Because of the high success rate, major insurers pay AHI based on results of treatments, a revolutionary approach to traditional healthcare. In the last two years, AHI has prevented over 30 scheduled amputations and saved patients and health care systems hundreds of thousands of dollars in healthcare costs. Advanced Health Institute's TRUHEAL Wound Program has served over 9,000 cases to date with positive results. For this reason, AHI is a beacon of hope for diabetics living with chronic wound problems. For more information about Advanced Health Institute's services, visit www.ahinstitute.com.

"The TRUHEAL Wound Program is significant during American Diabetes month® because it is a comprehensive plan that provides a set of tools, technologies and services available to all patients and clinicians in all care settings. We act as a critical component that ensures consistent, accurate and timely information and communication between the patient, family and the clinical team," said Kurt Larson, Advanced Health Institute's President. Research shows TRUHEAL improved healing rates by 35-50 percent faster and at a cost that can be as much as 50 percent lower than industry standards.


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