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Managing Editor:
Brian McCurdy
Art Director:
Karen Copestakes
Associate Editor:
Lauren Mateja

Editorial Correspondence

Today's Wound Clinic
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December 2019

Volume 13 Issue 12
Brian McCurdy, Managing Editor
This annual retrospective takes a look back at the best of TWC in 2019 and counts down the top 10 most read articles from the year.
Caroline E. Fife, MD, FAAFP, CWS, FUHM
We are at an important crossroads in the field of wound management. From the perspective of new technologies, the future is bright. Unfortunately, the future of the field itself is dismal. Under…
Kathleen D. Schaum, MS
Twenty years ago, when this author began consulting with manufacturers of cellular- and/or tissue-based products (CTPs) for skin wounds, only 4 CTPs were on the market. When 2019 began, the Centers…
Rafael Mazuz, MBA
Having a good grasp of your wound clinic’s finances can improve both patient care and enhance revenue. This author discusses what drives revenue and expenses, how to manage your clinic’s financial…
Barbara Aung, DPM, CWS
This author presents information on a pilot case series comparing clinical visual judgment to bacterial fluorescence imaging, revealing the power of visualization to predict cost savings for cellular…
Helen Gelly, MD
Most people these days know their credit score. There are apps to help monitor it and to help improve it. The calculation may not be easy to understand and although the financial impact of a low…
Frank Aviles Jr., PT, CWS, FACCWS, CLT-ALM, AWC
Clinicians today may be quicker to look to the Internet for wound healing advice than they are to conduct clinical research. Boundaries must be set here.
Panelists: Caroline E. Fife, MD, FAAFP, CWS, FUHM, and Marcus Gitterle, MD, FACCWS
New, non-invasive vascular technologies are the key to better outcomes and efficient management of wound care patients. These expert panelists discuss innovative technologies for vascular evaluation…
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