Expert outlines steps to form a community-based wound care team

04/16/2013 | Today's Wound Clinic magazine

Certified wound specialist Desmond Bell provides guidance for clinicians who want to develop an interdisciplinary, community-based wound-care team. Clinicians must be aware of the importance of time in wound treatment, the team must consistently follow programs and protocols, and the clinic should have a well-considered social media presence, Bell writes. An electronic health record system can help ensure compliance and proper billing, and providers should network and volunteer in the community, he suggests.

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