Wound Care Evidence Summit

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Learn the answer to this and more at the Alliance's


April 1 – 2, 2020
Washington, D.C.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to: 

  • Meet with medical directors from commercial payers - such as Cigna, Aetna, Humana, United Health Care - and Medicare
  • Gain insights from FDA, AHRQ, CMS and NIH leadership on key wound care evidence and coverage issues
  • Network with payers, policymakers, prominent researchers, representatives from medical specialty societies/clinical associations, manufacturers and more
  • Cut through coverage confusion and leave the summit with actionable knowledge to prepare scientific evidence that best meet payers needs

Be in the Room Where It Happens


Talk with medical directors from commercial payers and Medicare about how:
  • Coverage policies are developed
  • Evidence is evaluated
  • Requirements for positive coverage policies are established


Explore the current state of wound care:  
  • Research and practice       
  • Data and clinical trial design 
  • Evidence gaps and future research needs     


  • Coverage policies from major insurers 
  • How clinical practice guidelines are being used by payers
  • Additional factors impacting coverage policies and reimbursement

Who Should Attend?

CEOs, chief medical officers, researchers, reimbursement, government and regulatory affairs staff from physician specialty societies, clinical associations, wound care clinics and manufacturers.

Meeting Date and Location

April 1st, 2020, 8:00 AM - 6:30 PM &
April 2nd, 2020, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Convene Conference Center, 575 7th Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20004 - between F and G Streets.
See location and recommended hotels walking distance from the Summit.

Registration - Early bird registration extended to Jan. 15, 2020

Alliance of Wound Care Stakeholders members (see list)

  • $1,350 per nonmember clinician attendees - Early Bird ($1,550 after Jan. 15)
  • $1,850 per attendee from nonmember business entities - Early Bird ($2,050 after Jan. 15)
  • $395 for attendees from government agencies - Early Bird ($450 after Jan. 15) 

Early registration is encouraged to secure your participation.
To keep the meeting small and interactive, space is limited - we ask that no organization send more than 3 attendees.
Questions?  Please email the Summit registration team.
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