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Streamlining Your Practice with WoundReference Digital Tools - Poster Presentation Gallery

Streamlining Your Practice with WoundReference Digital Tools - Poster Presentation Gallery

Streamlining Your Practice with WoundReference Digital Tools - Poster Presentation Gallery

This is a collection of posters presented by WoundReference at wound care and hyperbaric medicine conferences. Posters illustrate clinical and practice improvement studies conducted by WoundReference and partnering institutions. 

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First presented in 2020

GO/NO GO: The Impact of a Digital Risk Assessment Tool* and Training on Accurate Completion of Risk Assessment Process for Prohibited Hyperbaric Items

  • Authors: Jeff Mize RRT CHT CWCA, Tiffany Hamm BSN RN ACHRN CWS, Eugene R Worth FABA, UHM/ABPM, Elaine H. Song MD PhD MBA, Karla Oberle BSN, ACHRN, Andrea Ezzell LPN, Amanda Burkeybile LPN, CWCA, Kris Butler, BSN CHRN, Catherine T. Milne APRN MSN CWOCN-APRN BSN CWOCN
  • Key message: Utilization of the Digital Risk Assessment Tool* coupled with training on risk assessment and documentation significantly improved completion rate and documentation of the risk assessment process. Opportunities for continued improvement were identified. Processes were optimized and incorporated into each facility’s EMR.
  • Presented at: UHMS 2020 
  • Highlights:  Abstract to be published in the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine Journal ISSUE 47-3
  • * Featured tool: Go No-Go Risk Assessment Tool 
  • Poster will be available in this gallery soon. For more information, contact us.

Implementation of synchronous/asynchronous interprofessional internet consultations in a U.S. hospital-based wound clinic, leveraging a wound-care specific telemedicine solution*

  • Authors: Elaine H. Song MD PhD MBA, Catherine T. Milne APRN MSN CWOCN-AP, Kye Evans DO FACEP, Scott Robinson MD, Tiffany Hamm BSN RN ACHRN CWS, Jeff Mize RRT CHT CWCA, Lauren Meyers MBA, Samantha Kuplicki MSN APRN-CNS AGCNS-BC CWS CWCN-AP RNFA, Kathryn Whiston-Lemm ACNP CWON COCN-AP, Nataliya Lebendiskaya RN BSN CWOCN
  • Key message: Interprofessional internet consultations were implemented at a hospital based wound clinic, leveraging an easy-to-use, wound care-specific telemedicine software. Besides improving patient satisfaction, interprofessional internet consultations may increase revenue through additional reimbursable services and more accurate ICD-coding.
  • Presented at: SAWC Virtual 2020.  Published on Today's Wound Clinic as Adopting Telemedicine in Wound Care: Interprofessional Internet Consultations [1]
  • * Featured tool: TeleVisit Tool 
  • Poster will be available in this gallery soon. Click here or contact us for more information on telemedicine/ telehealth in wound care.wow 2020

Roadmap for implementation of team-based interprofessional and telemedicine-based wound care management in post-acute settings

  • Authors: Catherine T. Milne APRN MSN CWOCN-AP, Elaine H. Song MD PhD MBA, Scott Robinson MD, Kye Evans DO FACEP, Tiffany Hamm BSN RN ACHRN CWS, Jeff Mize RRT CHT CWCA, Lauren Meyers MBA, Julie Lientz, MSN, MBA, RN, WCC, CWON
  • Key message: A roadmap for implementation of team-based interprofessional and telemedicine-based wound care management in post-acute settings was developed, leveraging a wound care-specific telemedicine software. Anticipated benefits include better clinical outcomes (i.e., timely diagnosis/management) and increased revenue (i.e. reduced hospitalizations/accurate ICD-10 coding)
  • Presented at: SAWC Virtual 2020
  • Highlights:  2020 SAWC Spring/Virtual Highest Scoring Poster Award, Practice Innovations 
  • * Featured tool: TeleVisit Tool 
  • Poster will be available in this gallery soon. Click here or contact us for more information on telemedicine/ telehealth in wound care.wow 2020, sawc fall 2020

First presented in 2019

Point-of-Care Digital Innovation for Wound Self-Care Patient Education: Instant Personalized Dressing Brochure Tool*

  • Authors: Erin M. Tharalson, DNP RN ANP-BC CWS, Elaine H. Song MD PhD MBA, Catherine T. Milne APRN MSN CWOCN-AP, Lauren Meyers, MBA, Tiffany Hamm BSN RN ACHRN CWS, Jeff Mize RRT CHT CWC, Erin Ensz RN BSN
  • Key message: The Dressing Change Brochure Editor instantly creates personalized, multi-step dressing change brochures for patients in English and Spanish. This digital tool was found to be beneficial in improving patient understanding and adherence to wound self-care. To our knowledge, it is the first point-of-care solution of its kind.
  • Presented at: SAWC Fall 2019, WOW 2019, WOCNext 2020, SAWC Spring 2020
  • Highlights:  2019 WOW Poster Presentation Award
  • * Featured tool: Dressing Change Brochure Editor

 A Wound Care-Specific Solution* for Clinicians to Quickly Incorporate Reimbursable Telemedicine Services in their Practices 

  • Authors: Elaine H. Song MD PhD MBA, Catherine T. Milne APRN MSN CWOCN-AP, Kye Evans DO FACEP, Scott Robinson MD, Tiffany Hamm BSN RN ACHRN CWS, Jeff Mize RRT CHT CWCA, Lauren Meyers MBA, Samantha Kuplicki MSN APRN-CNS AGCNS-BC CWS CWCN-AP RNFA, Kathryn Whiston-Lemm ACNP CWON COCN-AP, Nataliya Lebendiskaya RN BSN CWOCN
  • Key message: Interprofessional internet consultations were implemented at a hospital based wound clinic, leveraging an easy-to-use, wound care-specific telemedicine software. Besides improving patient satisfaction, interprofessional internet consultations may increase revenue through additional reimbursable services and more accurate ICD-coding.
  • Presented at: SAWC Fall 2019, WOW 2019
  • * Featured tool: TeleVisit Tool

A Novel Point-of-care Solution* to Streamline Local Wound Formulary. Development/Management and Promote Cost-effective Wound Care

  • Authors: Elaine H. Song MD PhD MBA, Catherine T. Milne APRN MSN CWOCN-AP, Tiffany Hamm BSN RN ACHRN CWS, Jeff Mize RRT CHT CWC, Lauren Meyers MBA, Kimberly Harris RN CWCA, Amy Smith RN, JD, Samantha Kuplicki MSN, APRN-CNS, AGCNS-BC, CWS, CWCN-AP, RNFA, CFCN, Lydia M. Ferreira MD PhD MBA, Alex K. Wong MD FACS
  • Key message:  A solution to streamline creation of local wound care formularies was developed. Implementation resulted in inventory cost savings and increased staff efficiency. Its ease-of-use may significantly increase adoption of cost-effective formularies and maximize health outcomes.
  • Presented at: SAWC Spring 2019, SAWC Fall 2019, WOW 2019, WOCNext 2020
  • Highlights:  2019 SAWC Fall Highest Scoring Poster Award, Practice Innovations.  2019 WOW Poster Presentation Award.   Published on Advances in Skin and Wound Care as "A Novel Point-of-Care Solution to Streamline Local Wound Formulary Development and Promote Cost-effective Wound Care".[2]
  • * Featured tool: Digital Local Wound Care Formulary

First presented in 2018

A New Mobile-Responsive Solution* to Increase Patient Adherence: Instant Personalized Patient Handouts

  • Authors: Elaine H. Song MD PhD MBA, Catherine T. Milne APRN MSN CWOCN-AP, Tiffany Hamm BSN RN ACHRN CWS, Jeff Mize RRT CHT CWC, Lauren Meyers, MBA, Scott Robinson, MD, Erin , Dee Anne Shoenfeld, RN, Nataliya Lebendiskaya RN BSN CWOCN, Kathy Whiston-Lemm ACNP CWON, Lydia M. Ferreira MD PhD MBA
  • Key message: A mobile-responsive solution that generates customized product handouts with clinical, coverage, pricing and supplier information was developed. It may significantly increase patient adherence while saving clinicians’ time.
  • Presented at: SAWC Fall 2018, Wild on Wounds 2018, SAWC Spring 2019, WOCNext 2019
  • Highlights:   Oral presentation at the SAWC Fall 2018.  2018 WOW Poster Presentation Award.  Published on Wounds as "A New Mobile-responsive Solution to Increase Patient Adherence: Instant Personalized Product Handouts".[3]
  • * Featured tools: Product Navigator, Product Patient Handouts

Streamlining Curbside Consults* in Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy : A Mobile-Responsive Solution

  • Authors: Elaine H. Song MD PhD MBA, Catherine T. Milne APRN, MSN, CWOCN-AP, Tiffany Hamm BSN RN ACHRN CWS, Jeff Mize RRT CHT CWCA, Lauren Meyers, MBA, Scott Robinson MD, Samantha Kuplicki MSN APRN-CNS ACNS-BC CWS CWCN-AP RNFA CFCN, Julie Lientz BSN RN WCC CWON, Lydia M. Ferreira MD PhD MBA, Alex Wong MD FACS
  • Key message: A mobile-responsive module that streamlines curbside consults and point-of-care decision-making was developed. The solution enables clinicians to seamlessly receive customized, timely answers from a multispecialty panel of wound care and hyperbaric experts.
  • Presented at: SAWC Fall 2018, WOW 2018
  • Highlights:  2018 WOW Poster Presentation Award.
  • * Featured tools: Curbside Consult
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REFERENCES

  1. Song EH, Evans K, Robinson S, Hamm T, Mize J, Milne C, Kuplicki S, Whiston-Lemm K et al. Adopting Telemedicine in Wound Care: Interprofessional Internet Consultations Today's Wound Clinic. 2020;volume 14(2):.
  2. Song EH, Milne C, Hamm T, Mize J, Harris K, Kuplicki S, Smith A, Ferreira LM, Wong A et al. A Novel Point-of-Care Solution to Streamline Local Wound Formulary Development and Promote Cost-effective Wound Care. Advances in skin & wound care. 2020;volume 33(2):91-97.
  3. Song EH, Milne CT, Hamm T, Mize J, Lebendiskaya N, Robinson S, Ensz E, Schoenfeld DA, Whiston-Lemm K, Wong AK, Ferreira L et al. A New Mobile-responsive Solution to Increase Patient Adherence: Instant Personalized Product Handouts. Wounds : a compendium of clinical research and practice. 2019;volume 31(4):E21-E24.
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