Happy New Year and welcome to 2015! A new year means time to reflect and strategize on how you want to move forward and improve processes within your department. I am hoping you had a successful 2014 wound caring year. Take a moment and think about how you want to improve your practice this year. Questions to consider include: (1) What is your wound management vision for your department over the next 12 months? (2) How are you going to manage Clinical, Operational, Regulatory, Economic (CORE) changes? (CORE is a proprietary process developed by the author.) (3) How are you going to empower your team to continue to be the best they can be to themselves and for their patients? To help you get started in answering these questions, let’s begin to create your 2015 wound care planning checklist.
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An excerpt from an article originally published in Advances in Skin & Wound Care, written by Cathy Thomas Hess, BSN, RN, CWOCN, VP and Chief Clinical Officer at Net Health