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Wound Reference CEO, Elaine Song, MD, PhD, MBA, describes a study in which the Formulary Module led to cost-effective wound management practices and increased staff efficiencies.
In this teaser video, Dr. Elaine Song, CEO of Wound Reference, describes the results of her group's study on the implementation of the Formulary Module in one wound clinic, which led to cost-…
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Anyone who has treated nonhealing or complex wounds understands the level of specialized care they require. Whether the wounds are vascular ulcers, diabetic ulcers or pressure ulcers, highly trained…
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Information regarding coding, coverage, and payment is provided as a service to our readers. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy. However, HMP and the author do not represent, guarantee, or…
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Telemedicine is becoming popular in the healthcare industry. There are over a dozen telemedicine companies already working with doctors. Doctors have started seeing patients virtually for their non-…
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Information regarding coding, coverage, and payment is provided as a service to our readers. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy. However, HMP and the author do not represent, guarantee, or…
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Nutrition often is not the first thing clinicians think about when treating patients with a diabetic foot ulcer (DFU), but it is a critical component of the wound healing process. Nutrition is…
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These expert panelists discuss good diets for patients with diabetes and wounds, how to educate patients on nutrition, and how to advise patients who are underweight or overweight. Q: What is a good…
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For decades, payment for most outpatient healthcare services has been based on the volume of services delivered. This approach can create perverse incentives for practitioners to provide more…
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It is estimated that more than 2.5 million patients in the United States are being treated for pressure ulcers/injuries in acute care facilities each year and that 60,000 die from their complications…
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