Appropriate Reporting of G-Codes & C-Modifiers by Therapists Who Treat Chronic Wounds

Therapy services must be reported appropriately in order to receive expected reimbursement. Here’s what PTs, OTs, and SLPs need to know.  

Staging & Documenting Pressure Ulcers in the Wound Care Clinic

Wound care providers in the outpatient clinic must be mindful of how pressure ulcers among their LTC referrals are likely to be staged in order to improve outcomes.  

Providing Appropriate Care to Patients Living With Malignant Wounds

From physical pain to emotional stressors, wound care providers have to consider many factors when establishing care plans and monitoring treatment for their cancer patients.  

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