The need for better wound care is clear across the care continuum. But when it comes time to put the investment into education that actually improves the prevention and treatment of wounds, many organizations struggle with the decision.
Recently Relias partnered with Hobson & Company, a premier research firm focused on return on investment studies, to explore the challenge of failing to properly address and manage wounds and the impact better wound care education can have on costs, quality, and patient satisfaction. Together, we’ve developed a Wound Care ROI Calculator that can help any healthcare organization build a business case for wound care education that can deliver a compelling ROI.
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Trish Richardson is a board-certified nurse executive and certified medical-surgical registered nurse with close to 30 years of business and healthcare experience holding several leadership positions in clinical education, operations, management, and oversight for numerous successful organizational change initiatives. In her current role as Director, Post-Acute Care solutions for Relias, Trish is responsible for establishing and advancing the strategic vision for the Post-Acute Care Solutions Practice and providing executive clinical counsel for the SaaS (Software as a Service) organization. She is published in the Winter 2019 Tar Heel Nurse Journal highlighting the impact of nursing leadership on the patient experience. In 2021, Trish presented on Marketing & Census Recovery Post-COVID for the HCANJ Assisted Living Conference. In 2020, she presented on Cultivating Nursing and Finance Collaboration at the North Carolina Nurses Association Annual Convention. In 2019, Trish delivered a TED-Like Nurse Talk on Perseverance at the North Carolina Nurses Association Annual Convention. Trish is committed to serving her community through her work as an Executive Nurse Mentor for the American Nurses Association and volunteer for the North Carolina Office of Emergency Management, Capital Medical Reserve Corps.