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5 Tips To Raise Made Visit Rates

Patient care can’t happen when they’re not visiting the wound center. Which is why we’ve challenged our centers this September to see who can reach the highest rate of made visits. However, we would like to invite all clinics to take a look at their made visit rates and see what areas can be improved … Continued

Yorba Linda, CA

WCA Medical Director, John Gambol, MD is seen here speaking at the Yorba Linda Community Center discussing Diabetes and Foot Care. Helping better educate his community on foot care, but also signs and symptoms of diabetes, hypoglycemia, and appropriate diet. #WhatWeDidToday

5 Tips for Managing Non-Compliant Patients

Read Part One: Strategies For Staying Safe With Aggressive Patients Non compliant patients are all too familiar in the healthcare industry, and often leave a dark spot in clinical workers’ days. In a recent study conducted by the Learning and Development department at Wound Care Advantage, it found that 71% of clinical workers agree that … Continued

Caring for Wounds during the Woundless Summer

“Summer means many things to many different people, for us, it’s surfing”  – Endless Summer (1965) and if you’re living with a chronic wound, it’s not surfing, or probably anything beachy for that matter. Summer can become a difficult time of year for people living with chronic wounds, because most social events during these hot … Continued

20 for 20: Basic Fundamentals

Basic things are often overlooked. They can also be the key to your program’s success. Our CEO, Mike Comer breaks down 4 easy things you can do today to help improve your program operations. 

20 for 20: Building Your Team

Your team is the glue that holds your wound program together. Building the right team is critical to the success of any program. Our CNO, Christina Le discusses why this needs to be on your priority list.

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