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WoundReference is constantly updated as new clinical evidence and reimbursement information arise. Please review our weekly summary of new and updated content and tools. Coming up soon: WoundReference Point-of-care CME/CE Program, more HBOT Category A Credits, Nutrition, Ostomies, Telemedicine and much more. For content suggestions, please email editors@woundreference.com. 

How to Select Offloading Devices for Diabetic Foot Ulcers 

Wound Care | published on 2/5/20 | FREE until 2/8/20 Premium thereafter (See Plans)

Total contact cast? Instant total contact cast? Football dressing? Felted foam? Which option is the most appropriate? This topic provides a printable visual algorithm for appropriate selection of Offloading Devices for diabetic foot ulcers at the point-of-care.

Offloading Devices

Wound Care | last updated on 2/6/20 | Premium (See Plans)

Offloading is the cornerstone in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers. Offloading can be accomplished with devices (e.g., total contact cast, CAM boots, CROW boots, etc), surgical procedures and other techniques. This evidence-based, illustration-rich topic provides an updated review on offloading devices for diabetic foot ulcers, from the clinical and reimbursement perspectives. It includes an overview of the different types of offloading devices and non-surgical offloading techniques, along with indications, contraindications, documentation, coverage and reimbursement and practice tips.  

Diabetic Foot Ulcers - Overview

Wound Care | last updated on 1/25/20 | FREE

Diabetic foot ulcers overview: evidence-based clinical guidelines, quality measures and resources. New: 2019 clinical guideline by The International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot (IWGDF) added to the list of guidelines

Recent News and Articles - Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and Wound Care

Blog | last updated on 1/27/20 | FREE

Links to recent, curated articles, announcements, updates on hyperbaric oxygen therapy & wound care from CMS and other external sources  

Check out our latest article on Today's Wound Clinic "Adopting Telemedicine in Wound Care: Interprofessional Internet Consultations" (FREE) Consulting with other medical professionals online may improve patient care and increase revenue for the wound clinic. Here we provide a guideline to consultations using telemedicine software, and detail how clinics can receive the appropriate reimbursement. 

For resources on telemedicine see our new blog post "Interprofessional Internet Consultations with the WoundReference TeleVisit Tool" (FREE).
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