Updated: Mar 30
Corstrata co-founders Katherine Piette and Joseph Ebberwein were recently published in the second volume of Telehealth and Medicine Today (TMT). 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. It also features case studies that illustrate success through the use of two innovative telehealth components: synchronous, bi-directional video and a wound documentation app.
Telehealth and Medicine Today is a highly respected, open access digital journal with an audience of hospital and medical research centers, healthcare providers, medical directors, and many other professionals in the healthcare community.
Click here to read the article and learn more about the intricacies of telewound management.
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