Upcoming Webinars

Upcoming Webinars

November 30, 2017 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm EST

Presented by Dr. Diane Krasner, this webinar will present seven strategies for pressure injury prevention that you should consider for your facility/practice. Special emphasis will be given to practical, cost-effective strategies that focus on educating staff, documenting and auditing.

On-Demand Webinars

  • Chronic wounds, or wounds that fail to proceed through an orderly and timely repair process, affect some 6.5 million patients in the United States with an associated cost of care over $50 billion annually. These ailments can require lengthy treatments at significant costs to the healthcare system. Major disability, poor quality of life, and reduced productivity contribute to the growing financial burden.

  • Up to 45% of hospital-acquired pressure ulcers/injuries occur in the surgical population and the numbers for ICU are at a 10% average.1,2 Interventions to reduce hospital-acquired pressure ulcers/injuries are readily available. However, implementing a comprehensive prevention program that becomes part of the culture can be an arduous endeavor.

  • A strong knowledge of moisture-associated skin damage (MASD) will help clinicians in the assessment, prevention and treatment of the various types of moisture related skin injuries. This webinar will provide clinicians with foundational knowledge to support the overall management goals of caring for a person with MASD, or who may be at risk of developing skin injuries due to moisture causes.

  • Join Tissue Analytics, a leader in advanced wound documentation, for a discussion on: Wound measurement techniques, new trends and upcoming changes to quality reporting requirements, automated documentation tools, population-level management using real-time data, and how analytics can speed up your workflow – and save you time.

  • Be ready to learn about the types of tissue that may impede wound healing, methods of debridement, levels of microorganisms found in a wound bed, the definition of biofilm, and other important factors in wound bed management.