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Editorial Correspondence

Today's Wound Clinic
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September 2016

Volume 10 Issue 9
Jaclyn Gaydos |
Editor’s Note: This is the first of a three-part series on the evolution of the wound care nurse. This series will continue as part of our History of Wound Care column in future issues of Today’s Wound Clinic. This article was not subject to…
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Releases ICD-10 Coding Resources The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has a dedicated online resource center to assist healthcare providers with maintaining their progress related to…
For this edition of Today’s Wound Clinic, we asked manufacturers to share some insight about their current biofilm treatment products   Lohmann & Rauscher (Milwaukee, WI)  Contact Information:; 855-892-4140; inquiries…
Caroline E. Fife, MD, FAAFP, CWS, FUHM |
"All Gaul is divided into three parts,” is the famous first line of Julius Caesar’s history of the Gallic wars. He then methodically describes the inhabitants of each region, analyzing the traits of each culture that made them either brave or…
Kathleen D. Schaum, MS |
Clinicians within wound care hospital-based outpatient departments (HOPDs) are aware that Medicare officials update the Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) regulations and allowable rates each year. At the stroke of midnight on New Year’s…
Roger Shindell, MS, CHPS |
This article will discuss disclosures for law enforcement purposes permitted under HIPAA. Various scenarios will be introduced, with relevant HIPAA regulations integrated in the responses.
D. Elizabeth McCord, PhD, FAPWCA; Kyle D. Hilsabeck, PharmD; & Nancy B. Ray, PhD
Despite best efforts, wound care clinicians may find their time with patients limited, especially as it relates to providing education. This article offers a modality that can be discussed prior to the discharge process for use in the home to…
Daniel B. Chastain, PharmD, AAHIVP |
The organisms residing in biofilms are dormant and represent a therapeutic problem. Management of biofilm relies on surgical debridement and utilization of antimicrobial agents that can eliminate biofilm-associated microorganisms.
Randall Wolcott, MD, CWS |
  This article provides current treatment advice as well as recent patient case studies.
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