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Best Practices for Post-Acute Wound Care Clinicians: Learn From the Experts

Best Practices for Post-Acute Wound Care Clinicians: Learn From the Experts

Webinar Abstract
The post-acute care setting is in the midst of major disruption with new payment models for reimbursement. Optimal wound management for residents/patients has always been a major concern for skilled nursing and home care providers but under PDPM/PDGM it takes on increased financial importance. To help in those efforts, our webinar, “Best Practices for Post-Acute Wound Care Clinicians: Learn from the Experts,” brings together three clinical leaders in this field to share their unique knowledge sets. Individual components focus on best practices for Litigation Avoidance, Reimbursement Strategies for Success and Technology-Enabled Wound Excellence.
 

Diane L. Krasner, PhD, RN, FAAN
Adjunct Clinical Faculty and Wound and Skin Care Consultant
Harrisburg Area Community College – York Campus


Catherine T. Milne, APRN, MSN, CWOCN-AP
Advanced Practice Nurse, Wound, Ostomy, and Continence; Connecticut
Clinical Nursing Associates; Adjunct Clinical Professor, Yale School of Nursing


Carolyn Cuttino, BSN, RN, CWCN, CWS
VP Clinical Services
Corstrata
Savannah, GA