Telemedicine

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By the WoundSource Editors

The current COVID-19 pandemic has changed various aspects of care across the health care continuum. Health care professionals have been forced to develop different strategies for engagement for those patients at higher risk for infection, those who are quarantined, and those who have tested positive for COVID-19. We know that telemedicine cannot replace an in-person visit to a provider, but during this time of crisis it serves as an advanced approach in wound care.

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By the WoundSource Editors

Wound care professionals are feeling the challenges of caring for patients with wounds during the COVID-19 pandemic. Coming together during this time is paramount for developing the best strategy for delivering quality of care across the continuum. Providers should implement wound management protocols for their specific health care setting to be most efficient.

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Telehealth

By Cathy Wogamon, DNP, MSN, FNP-BC, CWON, CFCN

Wound care has evolved into a massive specialty service in the past few decades, with new treatment modalities, advances in care, and thousands of wound care products. On the forefront of advancements in technology and wound care is a new way to provide care to the patient: telehealth.

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By AristaMD

Savannah, GA – May 15, 2019 – AristaMD, an innovative telehealth platform that delivers timely, documented access to specialist insight through eConsults, partners with Corstrata, a provider of digital health care IT solutions and services for wound prevention and care management, to add board-certified wound and ostomy specialists to its already extensive specialist panel. Due to high client demand, AristaMD’s initiative to partner with Corstrata will ensure its eConsult platform continues to offer the most comprehensive access to specialty care. AristaMD’s wound and ostomy panel is set to launch May 14th.

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