Hear from an expert panel on how they are approaching wound therapy for cost savings + better patient experience

Thursday, May 11th, 2023 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT 

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 annually1. 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. 

You'll learn:
  • 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



Tammy Dorsey Headshot - Margo Vieceli

Tammy Dorsey, MSN, RN, CNOR

Division Director, Supply Chain Implementation, CommonSpirit Health

Monty Littlejohn Headshot - Margo Vieceli

Monty Littlejohn, MD

Associate Trauma Surgeon, Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, Burn Surgery, Geisinger Surgery Institute

Kelly James Headshot - Margo Vieceli

Kelly James, MD

Acute Care, Emergency General, Trauma Surgery, and Wound Care, Centerpoint Medical Center; Medical Director of Wound Care, McKnight Rehab Facility