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Wound Care Billing Guidelines 2019

Not only is wound coding and documentation is a daunting task, but also attracts intense inspection from auditors, with severe financial penalties for mistakes. And it’s only gotten more challenging with the new ICD-10 changes. What is included in the … Continue reading

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Tips to Successfully Overcome Documentation Issues for Wound Care Procedures

Wound care physicians are frequently astonished at “How tons of documentation in a patient’s healthcare record can result in a precarious situation?” Documentation issues related to wound care billing procedures are many; however, jotting down the right codes with eligible … Continue reading

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Are Wound care centers maintaining Profits with Medicare Alone?

Many of the present day Wound Care Centers (WCCs) provide patients a specialized level of care using various wound care procedures that are managed by Qualified Healthcare Professionals (QHPs) from different specialty fields like medicine, podiatry, and plastic surgery. However, … Continue reading

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Is market for wound care services big enough for 2 practices in the same city?

As a practicing wound care specialist and having seen the changing trends in wound care, it is no surprise when I read that the global wound care market is expected to reach USD 20.4 Billion by 2021 from USD 17.0 Billion in … Continue reading

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How do Wound care center efficiencies energize growth?

There are developing numbers of wound care centers being opened in the United States. Their emergence signifies the need for more patient centric chronic wound centers that deal with minor to major bodily injuries. A methodical approach to deal with the improvement … Continue reading

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Improving Wound Care Industry with 3D Printing

The technological brilliance of 3D printing offers immense scope, especially for the wound care industry. Today 3D printing finds applications in several industries across the world as in the automobile industry, the prosthetic limb industry, and now researchers are delving … Continue reading

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