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Kye Evans, D.O.

Physician - MD/DPM/DO
Wound and Hyperbaric Clinic, Wound care and HBOT, Emergency Medicine
State licensures: KS
Accepting new patients
Offering inter-professional consultations
Offering telemedicine consultations
Kye Evans's Background
Dr. Kye Evans is a Wound Care/ Hyperbaric Physician, board-certified in emergency medicine at the Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Kansas. He is the Medical Director of the LMH Wound Healing Center, Site Director fo the University of Kansas Emergency Medicine Residency Community Rotation, and Advisor of WoundReference, Inc. Dr. Evans received his medical degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, and is a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biology, General/Molecular and Cellular Biology by the University of Arizona

About LMH Health
At LMH Health, formerly Lawrence Memorial Hospital, our purpose is to be a partner for lifelong health. The hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission. In addition, hospital services are surveyed by a variety of other accrediting agencies.

Coming soon...
  • Telemedicine/ Televisit Implementation Playbook - Part 1
    Telemedicine can be a plausible option to do more with less in wound care. The purpose of the first part of this playbook is to guide healthcare professionals in assessing the benefits telemedicine can bring to their practices.
  • Telemedicine/ Televisit Implementation Playbook - Part 2
    Telemedicine can be a plausible option to do more with less in wound care. This is the second installment of the Telemedicine/ Televisit Implementation Playbook. The first installment guides healthcare professionals in assessing the benefits telemedicine can bring to their practices. This topic provides a practical pathway for implementation of telemedicine solutions.
  • Telehealth in Wound Care - Evidence and Best Practices
    Telehealth has become an important tool in the management of chronic wounds. This topic explains the differences among telehealth modalities and their indications, provides evidence-based recommendations, and summarizes best practices and tips for telehealth in wound care.
  • 2021 Office/Outpatient E/M Services Updates for Wound Care and HBOT
    As of January 1, 2021, evaluation and management (E/M) CPT® codes 99202-99215 can be selected on the basis of the complexity of the medical decision making (MDM) or on the basis of the total time on the date of the encounter. This topic provides a summary of the main updates, along with a printable point-of-care tool that includes sample verbiage for support documentation of MDM in wound care and hyperbaric and oxygen therapy (HBOT).
  • Antimicrobial Stewardship In Wound Care
    INTRODUCTIONOverviewThe inappropriate use of antimicrobial medications contributes to antibiotic resistance and adverse drug events, and improving antimicrobial prescribing practices is a patient safety priority.[1] The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that annually at least 2 million illnesses and 23,000 deaths are caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the United Stat
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