Anne Scheurich’s promotion and the growth of WoundRounds’ clinical team reflect the importance our company places on wound care nursing. We invest in the best clinical professionals to help our clients achieve the best patient outcomes.
Hoffman Estates, IL (PRWEB) April 27, 2012
WoundRounds®, the point-of-care wound management and prevention solution, announces the expansion of its clinical operations team to better serve healthcare clients.
Anne Scheurich BS, RN, CWOCN is promoted to Vice President of Clinical Operations. Scheurich leads a team of seven clinical specialists who implement WoundRounds electronic documentation and wound care management system. Other responsibilities include authorship of professional journal articles, industry presentations, and clinical training. She joined the organization as a clinical advisor in 2007 and played a key role in developing WoundRounds software to fit the workflow of wound nurses. Prior to joining the Company, Scheurich served as president of Northern Illinois Affiliate of the Wound Ostomy Continence Nursing Association and editor of WOCNews. She also served as Clinical Resource Consultant to Smith & Nephew’s Wound Management Division, and was vice president of nursing for Applied Home Telemedicine. Anne earned a B.S. degree at the College of Saint Francis and a diploma in nursing at Saint Joseph School of Nursing.
WoundRounds is also pleased to announce two additions to its Clinical Implementations team: Jennifer Kleinert, LPN, WCC and Laura Patun BSN, RN, CWCN. Kleinert joins the Company after serving two years on the wound care team at Lexington Health Care’s 278-bed skilled facility in Orland Park, Ill. She began her career as a wound nurse at Provena Heritage Village (Kankakee, IL), one of the first facilities to use the WoundRounds system. Patun joins WoundRounds after an extensive career as a clinical education specialist and an account executive for several leading wound care product companies, including KCI USA and Hollister Wound Care. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Aurora University, Aurora, IL.
“Anne Scheurich’s promotion and the growth of WoundRounds’ clinical team reflect the importance our company places on wound care nursing,” says Mike Diamond CEO of WoundRounds. “We invest in the best clinical professionals to help our healthcare clients achieve their goal of providing superior wound care for patients; a goal we also share,” adds Diamond.
WoundRounds is the point-of-care wound management & prevention solution that empowers nurses to deliver better wound care in less time. Users of WoundRounds report time savings, reduction in facility-acquired pressure ulcers, lower wound care costs, decreased rehospitalizations, and reduced risk and liability. In short, WoundRounds helps providers do more with less. WoundRounds is the first product from Telemedicine Solutions LLC, specialists in providing web-based technology and contemporary telecommunications tools based on clinical best practices of care.