Wound patients are increasingly being denied access to important products/services/procedures – or are being limited in receiving them – because of restrictions in coverage policies. Many coverage challenges stem from a lack of shared clarity surrounding wound care clinical evidence: what is sufficient & what evidence best reflects real-world patients AND real-world realities of wound care?
The Washington Wound Care Policy Conference will tackle these issues and help build solutions.
- October 2nd, 2019 in Washington D.C.
Who Should Attend?
- Reimbursement, regulatory, policy, researchers and relevant marketing & sales staff from medical societies / associations / clinics / manufacturers / businesses in wound care
- Medical directors of wound clinics and other facilities where wounds are treated
- Clinicians involved in wound care research
Topics To Be Addressed:
- Wound care clinical evidence challenges & opportunities from the clinical/patient perspective, the business perspective and the payer perspective
- Registries and real-world evidence
- Clinical trial design & endpoints
- Chronic care & wound care: perspectives from Capitol Hill
- Insights from policy makers at CMS, CMMI, ARHQ, PCORI, NIH and other goverment agencies
- Alliance of Wound Care Stakeholders members (see list)
- $1,395 for non-members (early bird: $1,195 for registration by July 31st)
Registration to open in July. Learn more about the Alliance of Wound Care Stakeholders.