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Today's Wound Clinic
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November 2017

Volume 11 Issue 11
Noridian Healthcare Solutions Clarifies LCD for Surgical Dressings
New Wound Clinic Partnering With Kent State Chronic wound patients at the newly opened Wound Care and Research Clinic located within the Cleveland Foot and Ankle Clinic in downtown Cleveland, OH, will reportedly be enrolled in clinical trials…
Editor’s Note: This summer, Today’s Wound Clinic sent readers a two-part emailed survey regarding their wound clinics’ demographics and staffing practices. In this edition of Reader Report, we present the results of Part 1 of that survey. Results…
Valerie A. Rinkle, MPA |
Editor’s Note: Kathleen D. Schaum, MS, author of Business Briefs, will be on extended vacation prior to the 2017 holiday season. While she’s away, we will feature guest authors in this column space. Ms. Schaum will return to her column beginning…
Caroline E. Fife, MD, FAAFP, CWS, FUHM |
Lately, I have been thinking about some of the observations that Alexis de Tocqueville made in the mid-1800s regarding the still very young experiment in democracy known as the United States of America. A French diplomat, political scientist, and…
Karen Imma C. Gellada, MD, & Gio F. Manguerra |
Editor’s Note: This is the final article in a series that has shared the insights of a physician as she navigated her wound care fellowship and transitioned into a full-time wound care practitioner.  
Roger Shindell, MS, CHPS, CISA, & Lorna L. Hecker, PhD, CHPS |
A company based in the state of Pennsylvania that develops wireless technology that’s used to assist physicians in the care of their cardiology patients was recently fined in excess of $2 million for a HIPAA breach that occurred when the protected…
Michelle Whitmer |
Although rare, mesothelioma causes specific challenges for patients. Wound care clinicians should have an understanding of the condition and its related treatments. 
Frank Aviles Jr., PT, CWS, FACCWS, CLT |
We live in a litigious society, but that’s not the best reason for wound care professionals to be adamant about properly safeguarding their practice habits.  
Nicholas J. Golda, MD, & Joe Darrah |
Outpatient wound care providers can play a significant role in helping patients spot the signs of skin cancer through proper assessment and referral. This article will educate clinicians on symptoms to be concerned about and offer tips to share with…
Susie Seaman, NP, MSN, CWOCN |
Editor’s Note: All images in this article are provided by the author.  
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