Venous Insufficiency: An Under-Recognized Cause of Chronic, Nonhealing Wounds

Providers in the outpatient clinic have a responsibility to refer patients to specialists when venous insufficiency is present. This article offers education on signs and symptoms, as well as suggestions for when to refer.  

Pursuing Value: The Clinical, Economic & Administrative Benefits of Utilizing an Integrated Wound Care Portfolio

There are numerous benefits that wound care clinicians and program directors can capitalize on through the utilization of an integrated wound care portfolio as part of the care-coordination process.

Podcast Episode 7: Lymphedema Awareness & Implications on Outcomes

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