1. Taking Advantage of Your DME License

    Many podiatrists already dispense wound care supplies or durable medical equipment (DME) from their offices for patient use. However, if you are one who simply writes a prescription then sends your patients to a DME provider, you are missing out on a considerable source of revenue for your practice. Let’s take a look at how you can increase revenue and patient satisfaction just by taking advanta…Read More

  2. Why Submitting Wound Care Prescriptions Digitally Is a Wise Choice

    If you are one of the many podiatrists who have been reluctant to prescribe wound care because of the overwhelming paperwork involved, you are not alone. Up until recently, the process of prescribing wound care has been archaic and time-consuming. Finally, there is another way! Let’s take a look at how digital submission of your clients’ wound care prescriptions can free up time and money for …Read More

  3. Wound care products

    The Benefits of Offering Wound Care Products to Patients

    If you have been in the podiatry field for any amount of time, then you know the importance of wound care products. Foot and lower-leg wounds require specialized wound care, particularly in patients who are at high risk for complications. Understanding the purpose of a dressing, the dressing categories, and what makes up a dressing prescription can improve the quality of care that podiatrists are …Read More