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Tele Wound Care: Normal Versus Now

Tele Wound Care: Normal Versus Now

Summary/Objectives:

This webinar will cover clinical usage of telehealth and communication technology-based services in the traditional world of medicine as well as cover the changes currently enacted under the COVID19 crisis.

  • - Discuss platforms, consents, and documentation for telehealth and communication technology-based services
  • - Describe how to use telehealth and communication technology-based services in hospitals, hospital owned outpatient provider-based wound/ulcer management department, skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies, and physicians’ offices
  • - Explain how to prepare patients, as well as wound/ulcer management professionals for these visits


Speaker

Martha R. Kelso
Martha Kelso is the Chief Executive Officer of Wound Care Plus, LLC, the largest mobile wound care provider in the Midwest. Her decades of experience providing advanced wound care, while being a visionary and entrepreneur in the field of mobile medicine, has allowed her to pursue a relentless passion for educating others by offering trainings and lecturing nationwide. Her team of wound specialists pride themselves on bringing advanced wound care and clinical excellence, supported by evidence-based medicine to the bedside clients and caregivers alike.
Kelso is a published author and member of several national advisory boards. Clinical research is important to her and she has severed as principal investigator on several clinical research studies/trials. Additionally, Kelso serves as an expert witness for wound litigation cases and serves as a clinical editor for two national publications. Kelso has been a featured speaker at more than 300 educational events and is widely recognized as being a pioneer in the advanced wound care arena, working tirelessly to shape the future landscape of healthcare. 




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