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Editorial Correspondence

Today's Wound Clinic
HMP Global, 70 E. Swedesford Rd Suite 100, Malvern PA 19355
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January 2018

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Volume 12 Issue 1
In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses new quality recording capabilities (and responsibilities) that wound care clinicians can expect with TWC clinical editor Caroline Fife, chief medical officer at Intellicure Inc. and…
In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses new and emerging technologies and their impacts on the wound care industry with guest Joe Smith, technology innovation leader at Healogics Inc.
In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses new and emerging technologies and their impacts on the wound care industry with guest Mark Darty, chief executive officer at HyperMed Imaging Inc., giving particular focus to…
In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses the nuances of the regulatory process for new wound care products in the United States and abroad with guest Rafael Mazuz, MBA, managing director of Diligence Wound Care Global LLC. 
In this podcast episode, Stephen G. Bergquist, MD, CWSP, discusses new and emerging technologies and their impacts on the wound care industry with guest Matthew MacEwan, PhD, president and chief scientist at Acera Surgical. Click here to listen. 
FDA Approves New Treatment for DFUs The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced its approval for the marketing of what is being described as the first shock wave device intended to treat diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) — the dermaPACE®…
Oswego Community Hospital Opens New Year With New Clinic A new outpatient wound care clinic is among the services being offered at a new comprehensive care center at Oswego (KS) Community Hospital. According to a report by the Parsons Sun, the…
Donna J. Cartwright, MPA, RHIA, CCS, RAC, FAHIMA |
Editor’s Note: Kathleen D. Schaum, MS, author of Business Briefs, will be on extended vacation through early 2018. While she’s away, we will feature guest authors in this column space. Ms. Schaum will return to her column beginning with the February…
Marc Goldberg |
It is a challenging, common situation: wound care patients require offloading devices for diabetic and/or neuropathic plantar ulcers, but there is no insurance coverage for those items.  You explain that they will bear the cost of the product(s),…
Caroline E. Fife, MD, FAAFP, CWS, FUHM |
As we ring in 2018, I’ve just reviewed my quality measure performance and I’m making my final choices regarding which measures I will report. The vast majority of medical practitioners became subject to the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS…
Roger Shindell, MS, CHPS, CISA, & Lorna L. Hecker, PhD, CHPS |
Reports of cyber attacks continue to be prevalent. However, healthcare providers may be unaware of a few important facts:  Healthcare, as an industry, sees more data breaches than any other.1 Criminal attacks are the leading cause of data…
Mike Schreiber & Dan Bartnik |
Establishing and maintaining effective collaboration and communication between hospital departments is an ongoing initiative for any healthcare system, especially when considering the push toward quality-based reimbursement. Historically, we have…
Providers’ Attitudes Impact Patients’ Technology Adoption
Chrissy Stanojev |
For wound care providers and other clinicians, 2017 continued to bring about a chaotic storm of healthcare reform based on quality measures, data registry requirements, and documentation standards.
Adam Landsman, DPM, PhD |
Even for the most experienced wound care clinicians, achieving closure of a chronic wound is never easy. Wound management is a coordinated, complex process in which success is dependent on everything from nutritional requirements to bacterial load…
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