HBOT utilization is down 50% across the USA. Here are 10 reasons why… and why it’s going to decrease further.
When you link the new terminology of “injury” with term “hospital HARM,” it’s time to either retire or engage. I’ve decided to engage.
In 2008 I put together a program called “Pressure Ulcers and the Law” which I patterned after the programs on birth injuries and the law that changed the way cerebral palsy cases were handled. It was demonstrated that most cases of CP happen prior to birth, but only after untold millions of dollars were paid out in malpractice lawsuits against obstetricians who were unfairly blamed.
Happy 15th Birthday Alliance of Wound Care Stakeholders! No other organization provides so much bang for the buck!
I have provided a link to the AAWC newsletter and the excellent article by AAWC President Greg Bohn discussing the NPUAP’s change in
Congratulations AAWC Robert A. Warriner III, MD Memorial Award Winners: Marrisa J. Carter PhD. Robert J. Snyder, DPM, MSc, CWS
I recently attended the American Professional Wound Care Association meeting where Kevin Yankowsky of Norton, Rose, Fulbright, talked about the