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How to Leverage Social Determinants of Health to Advance Patient Outcomes

When it comes to health care, there are many factors that contribute to the health and well-being of patients and patient populations.  These factors extend beyond the medical care people receive and include social factors that directly shape and impact health outcomes and quality of life. These social factors are known as social determinants of […]

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Making Wound Care Without Walls a Reality

Once again, cases of COVID-19 are rising nationally, and authorities warn we may be facing a critical disease spike. For hospitals, another surge in COVID cases likely means significant disruptions in their ability to provide onsite treatment for wound care patients seen in their outpatient departments. Last year, an analysis by Tissue Analytics showed that […]

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Why You Need a Wound Care Workflow Checklist

  By: Cathy Thomas Hess, BSN, RN, CWCN, Vice President, Chief Clinical Officer for Wounds, Net Health In 2010, I read a fascinating book entitled The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande, MD. The Checklist Manifesto discussed how the volume and complexity of medicine had skyrocketed, coupled with the fact that technology and medical specialization have […]

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Meeting Wound Care’s Toughest Business Challenges

As any owner or manager of a wound care clinic or administrator of a skilled nursing home or acute care facility can attest, it’s tough out there. Those providing wound care services to millions of Americans on a daily basis have to deal with staffing, operational, regulatory, marketing and a score of other issues. What […]

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