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Today's Wound Clinic
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May 2017

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Volume 11 Issue 5
Iowa Hospital Opens New Wound Center Baum Harmon Mercy Hospital, Primghar, IA, has opened a new outpatient wound care clinic. The hospital is a partner with Mercy Medical Center-Sioux City. Amanda Rausch, NP, a member of the staff at the Wound Care…
Swift Medical Announces U.S. Product Launch
Amniox Earns Supply Contract With U.S. Military
Mapping Medicare Disparities Tool: Identify Disparities in Chronic Disease
Thomas Capco |
Anyone on staff in the outpatient wound clinic setting has likely experienced the clamoring for photographs and cameras that can occur at the end of a shift. The misplacement or outright loss of a camera potentially containing photographs and…
Frank Aviles Jr., PT, CWS, FACCWS, CLT |
The wound care industry continues to change at a rapid pace. Sometimes, it may seem impossible for clinicians to remain current on the most recent education and best practices when considering all the challenges we encounter while managing the…
The editorial staff and advisory board for Today’s Wound Clinic are conducting a two-part survey to get a better understanding of the demographics and staffing levels of the wound clinics within our readership. This is Part 1. To participate, visit…
Kathleen D. Schaum, MS |
Seventeen years ago, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) implemented the Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) for hospital-based outpatient departments (HOPDs) such as the emergency department (ED) and the HOPD wound/…
Caroline E. Fife, MD, FAAFP, CWS, FUHM |
There is big news for wound care and hyperbaric medicine professionals and, for once, the news is good. The Benchmarks for Measures Included in the Performance Year 2016 Quality and Resource Use Reports document is now available from the Centers for…
Amy Bienvenu, LCSW-BACS, & Sandra Wiggins Long, LCSW-BACS |
Healthcare providers in all settings should be assessing and evaluating the mental health status of their patients and referring them for specialty care as needed. This article will help wound care clinicians gauge the signs and symptoms of mental…
Myra Varnado, BS, RN, CWOCN, CFCN; Jan Cuzzell, MSN, RN, CWS; Carolyn H. Cuttino, BSN, RN, CWCN, CWS; & Katherine Piette, BA, MS |
The utilization of telemedicine will offer clinical and financial incentives for wound clinics as the U.S. healthcare system continues its transition to a value-based structure.    
Donna Morrow, RN, WCC, DWC, OMS |
The establishment of trust between the wound care patient, the wound clinic, and the home health nurse is crucial when it comes to collaboration within the continuum of care. This article presents a successful case study from a New England-based…
Kara S. Couch, MS, CRNP, CWS |
Nurses and nurse practitioners continue to play an increasingly important role in wound care, and healthcare in general, as the quality-care model becomes more ingrained. This article traces the history of these practitioners and offers a…
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