Hear from an expert panel on how they are approaching wound therapy for cost savings + better patient experience
May 11, 2023
As the population ages and chronic conditions like diabetes and obesity persist, there's an increasing demand for quality wound care a facet of care that costs the U.S. healthcare system at least $50 billion annually. Proactive hospital and health system leaders are considering how they can meet the complex clinical needs of their patients while lowering the financial burden of wound care, whether it's treatment of chronic or acute wounds. Join us to hear perspectives from a panel of experts at Chicago-based CommonSpirit Health, Geisinger (Danville, Pa.) and HCA Midwest Health's Overland Park Regional Medical Center (Kan.) on innovative approaches to negative pressure wound therapy and how to improve the experience for patients.
A simplified conversion process and the unexpected benefits for your facility
How to become a champion of change within your facility
Guidance on the use of advanced therapies vs. standard of care
Healthcare facilities are now striving to meet the needs of all patients and caregivers to offer not only healthy and safe spaces, but inclusive spaces that can be repurposed, quickly. This course reviews innovations in plumbing design and how these designs support trending healthcare needs, such as infection prevention, behavioral healthcare, bariatric, and ADA patients. Additionally, this course will engage you in learning about a flexible, water saving and infection control enhancing plumbing trend called “vacuum plumbing”. Learn through cases studies on how vacuum plumbing has provided “future proofing” for healthcare facilities.
Identify the design trends that benefit patients’ mental and physical health and which ones can be addressed through plumbing design.
Discuss how proper dialysis plumbing design can protect the patient from infection and at the same time reduce plumbing construction costs.
Define how plumbing fixture design and hand hygiene can address hospital acquired infections.
Discuss TJC’s survey process as it pertains to business occupancies.
Learn how plumbing design can reduce infection, reduce water consumption and “future proof” your healthcare facility.
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