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Corstrata and HARTMANN USA announce their collaboration to improve the way that Home Health and other care providers care for patients with chronic wounds.

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Via Georgia’s Digital Health Ecosystem

Corstrata is a tech-enabled services company that offers consumers, homecare agencies, Skilled Nursing Facilities, hospitals, payers, manufacturers, care management companies, and emerging hospital at home solutions remote access to board-certified wound and ostomy nurses.

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Corstrata is pleased to announce its hire of Rachel Bracken as Client Success Manager for Provider Services.

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Corstrata wound care experts co-authored an article recently  published in HomeCare Magazine, a leading publication for home health professionals. The article entitled, “Is Your Wound Care Program Ready for PDGM?” can be found in the November 2019 issue of HomeCare, or online in full at this link.


The article, which draws on Piette and Ebberwein's 25+ years of experience in the home health, hospice and private duty provider space, focuses on diabetes and the management of foot ulcerations and ostomy care using telewound management. 

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Moving forward, Corstrata is hyperfocused on working and expanding within the “hospital at home” model.

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Corstrata appoints Yosef Nasseri as Senior Advisor providing thought leadership and strategic counsel on telehealth support for new and long-term ostomy patients.

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"People are everything to our mission… seasoned industry experience must harness the power of emerging technology", says Ebberwein.

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Corstrata wound care experts published in Today’s Wound Clinic a paper asserting the clinical and financial benefits of telemedicine in modern wound care. “Telemedicine Solutions for Chronic Wound Management: Bridging the Gap Between Wound Expert Supply & Demand” can be found in the May 2017 issue of Today’s Wound Clinic, or online in full at this link.


Via Business in Savannah

A company in Savannah is seeking to change the way the health care industry handles chronic wound care.

Local health care veterans Katherine Piette and Joseph Ebberwein founded Corstrata one year ago in order to provide a new model to treat chronic wounds, which they say is more efficient and cost effective.

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Summer 2017, Note - access to online or hard copy is via paid subscription Ostomy Nurses in Short Supply

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