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Together with our Clinical Resource Team, we’ve developed these robust resource programs to help you tackle some of your biggest care management challenges. Get access to exclusive product guides, clinical tools and educational support.
Outpatient joint procedure volumes will increase 104 percent by 2022.1 Are you prepared? To help To help surgery centers capitalize on this shift, McKesson Medical-Surgical gathered two of the industry’s pioneering surgeons in outpatient joint procedures and a top analyst with The Advisory Board to provide their expert insights into developing a joint program.
For the first time in more than a decade, the American Heart Association (AHA) and the American College of Cardiology (ACC) have released new high blood pressure guidelines, affecting the definition of high blood pressure and eliminating the category of pre-hypertension. With these new definitions, the number of adults classified as hypertensive will increase.
Do you know your Five-Star Rating? If your rating isn’t where you want it, help improve it by gaining a better understanding of the Five-Star Rating system and implementing key strategies to help guide you to better outcomes and maintain a competitive edge as a preferred provider.
The role of nutrition in pressure injury (PI) prevention and treatment is a well-recognized factor and an essential component of wound management. Unfortunately, proper nutritional support is often the “forgotten element” that is necessary in maintaining all phases of wound healing. Wounds will not heal without proper nutrition, and malnutrition is a key risk factor in the development of wounds.
Incontinence care is a critical component of caring for residents in long term care and skilled nursing facilities, as well as home care patients. Gain a better understanding of effective incontinence care, from choosing the best products for your residents and patients to properly sizing and applying those products.
Alzheimer’s and dementia are often viewed as strictly medical problems, with the need to find a medical solution. When providing Alzheimer’s or dementia care, changing our own behavior to improve communication can be just as important as the actual care we give. Learn how to better communicate with your residents with these behavior cues.
Diabetes can affect every part of the body, including the skin. Because diabetes can cause changes in the small blood vessels and arteries that feed the skin, the health of the skin can be affected. Learn about common diabetic skin conditions and how to address these with proper diabetic skin care.
For our post-acute customers, our own Clinical Resource Team is ready to help with the challenges you encounter every day, such as training, clinical tools, consultation and product selection. Our engaged and experienced clinicians are just a phone call away.
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