Effectively Offloading DFUs When Patients Experience Financial Challenges

Wound care providers must consider treatment alternatives that go beyond clinical considerations when establishing care plans.  

Writing Patient Compliance Contracts for Wound Care & Diabetes Treatments

Assuming that patients will fully follow their care plans is not the safest approach. Writing care contracts may help improve healing and reduce caregiver stress.  

Update on Quality Reporting & Data Registries for 2015

As the “penalty phase” of quality measures becomes reality, wound care providers must know how to properly report, including data for DFUs.  

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