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The Vohra Wound Care Program Addresses Various Obstacles within SNFs

The implementation of wound care protocols varies greatly based on the operational and technologic sophistication of a skilled nursing facility.

There are contributing factors to the existing division in the long-term care space which include external pressure for rapid streamlining, data provision and cost-cutting measures. These factors can create barriers to the implementation of any system.

However, with each obstacle there is opportunity. An effective strategy may range from almost exclusively human resource and process management to almost exclusively data interoperability, technology and innovation with actionable deliverables.

The Vohra Wound Care Partnership Program aims to address concerns and improve outcomes. There are several benefits of the program that are dependent on these several major factors:

Business Development, Medical Affairs and Clinical Operations

Informational

Economic and Revenue

Marketing

With the rapidly changing healthcare landscape, our client skilled nursing facilities will have the opportunity to stay up-to-date on technologic and wound care advancements through our program.

With legality and protocol being at the front-line, outcomes and measurable deliverables are the mission and assurance that these standards require constant dynamic adjustment, in which Vohra is uniquely positioned to support.

To learn more about our Wound Care program, visit here.

Author: Dr. Japa Volchok, DO

Dr. Volchok is the Vice President of Operations at Vohra Wound Physicians. Trained as a vascular and general surgeon he joined Vohra in 2009. Dr. Volchok is currently responsible for Vohra’s telemedicine program, legal and regulatory matters, and physician recruitment. He completed an executive management program at the Harvard Business School.

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