While it doesn’t seem that end-of-life counseling ought to be the job of the “wound doctor,” the fact is that we may see patients more frequently than their primary care doctor, and we likely spend more time with patients at each visit.
About 13 years ago, one of my children developed a serious medical illness and I took several months off to
Without comparative effectiveness data, I think we can expect that as Medicare “Advantage” plans increase, the use of cellular products will decrease.
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Wow! This is a great article from Janet Wolfson PT, CLWT, CWS, CLT-LANA as published on April 26, 2017 by
Like clockwork, the 2017 OIG Work Plan has been released. Once again, wound care in a variety of settings appears
This December, two months from now, all the 2015 quality data reported by any eligible provider (collected by any mechanism)