Identifying and improving issues large and small can provide significant improvement to the financial and operational performance of the wound center. Optimization helps facilities remain profitable in a changing and competitive market.
Carefully developed workflows for each visit type ensure optimal flow through the clinic and facilitate proper documentation, allowing the program to achieve greater efficiency.
WCA’s Product Education and Evaluation Program serves as a gatekeeper to vet and recommend products and DME partners to our clients. We provide guidance on product selection, easing the burden of vendor management for individual clinics.
We provide assistance with competencies and reviews of current program staff in addition to recruiting, training, and hiring additional staff as needed. Job descriptions, competencies and sample interview questions for typical wound center positions are all provided in Luvo.
SUPPLY AND FORMULARY REVIEW
A comprehensive review of dressings, medications, and supplies used by the program to identify waste, reduce cost, and address shortfalls or overruns.
The regional support team provides ongoing operational and clinical reviews and develops action plans to help staff adapt to new workflows and system.