One-stop resource for advanced wound care medical reimbursement on Smith & Nephew website

The Advanced Wound Management Division of Smith & Nephew, Inc., a subsidiary of Smith & Nephew plc (LSE: SN; NYSE: SNN), is providing a web-based resource guide to medical reimbursement for its comprehensive line of advanced wound care products.  The website is available now. 

The site is an intuitively organized, easy-to-use resource.  It includes PDF files listing HCPCS codes and Medicare fee schedules for Smith & Nephew NPWT, wound care, burn care, skin care, preps and solvents, IV site care, and surgery products.  The site also features a "What's New" section, dedicated to highlighting breaking news in relevant medical reimbursement areas, and a "FAQs" section, which will be continuously updated to provide feedback on questions submitted by customers.  

"Smith & Nephew is committed to supporting its customers as they navigate the reimbursement landscape," said Randall Carson, Director of Health Policy & Reimbursement at Smith & Nephew, North American Advanced Wound Management. "With questions and input from clinicians, we aim to maintain a robust, up-to-date, one-stop resource that clinicians can turn to often as a reference tool as well as for guidance on new or evolving areas of wound care reimbursement."

The website's address is 

SOURCE Smith & Nephew, Inc.


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