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Fighting the Virus with Software and Remote Wound Care – Part 2

Due to the strict control of onsite access to - or transit of - elderly patients to prevent spreading of the Covid-19 / Coronavirus in post-acute care settings, software now enables remote wound care experts to support those onsite, and team together, as if they were right next to them. Part 2 of 2 [...]

By |April 13th, 2020|Remote Wound Care, Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology|Comments Off on Fighting the Virus with Software and Remote Wound Care – Part 2

Fighting the Virus with Software and Remote Wound Care – Part 1

Due to the strict control of onsite access to - or transit of - elderly patients to prevent spreading of the Covid-19 / Coronavirus in post-acute care settings, software now enables remote wound care experts to support those onsite and team together, as if they were right next to them. Part 1 of 2 [...]

By |March 26th, 2020|Remote Wound Care, Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology|Comments Off on Fighting the Virus with Software and Remote Wound Care – Part 1

A PHYSICIAN PERSPECTIVE: Examining How Software Can Help Improve Wound Care

Dr. John A. Phillips, MD is a cardiology and peripheral vascular interventionalist and has significant experience in wound care as it pertains to vascular causes. Dr. Phillips speaks nationally and internationally on peripheral arterial disease, and has authored numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals pertaining to his specialty. Following is a conversation with Dr. Phillips [...]

By |January 2nd, 2020|Wound Assessment Software, Wound Care Technology, Wound Evaluation|Comments Off on A PHYSICIAN PERSPECTIVE: Examining How Software Can Help Improve Wound Care
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