Business of Wound Care Rationale

HMP Communications partnered with the Kirchner Group in 2013 to launch a new venture, The Business of Wound Care (BWC). This initiative provides information, education, and networking support for entrepreneurs, scientists, and investors within wound and diabetes care. BWC resources include a microsite, a series of two webinars which are available to watch on-demand, and a one-day meeting held annually co-located with the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care Fall (SAWC Fall) program on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV. 

 

About HMP Communications

HMP Communications, LLC, (HMP) is an innovative leader in healthcare communications and education. HMP publishes some of the nation's most well respected medical journals across a wide spectrum of specialties. Additional capabilities include more than 25 years of meeting management/production and over a decade producing cutting edge, online educational programs.

 

About The Kirchner Group

The Kirchner Group, established in 1985, is patterned after the original model for a merchant bank. The Kirchner Group provides operational and transactional support for early and mid-market companies as well as asset management services for institutional investors. The company’s proprietary platform is built on the premise that pairing deep domain expertise with process experts provides superior results. The Kirchner Group’s Health and Life Science team is led by Managing Partner Patrick McNees, PhD. He and Managing Director Gary Robinson will lead Kirchner’s Business of Wound Care efforts. Both have extensive experience in the wound care market.

 

About The HMP Wound Care Division

No other medical publishing company has made a deeper commitment to the wound care market than HMP Communications. Since the mid-1980s, the company has continually identified key physicians, nurses and therapists who specialize in treating wounds within hospitals, wound care clinics, long-term care facilities and home care settings. As the clear market leader, HMP previously owned and now markets and manages the largest tradeshows in the wound care, the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care Spring (SAWC Spring) and Fall (SAWC Fall). HMP Communications also publishes WOUNDS, the most widely read physician journal focusing on wound care and wound research; Ostomy Wound Management, the only peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary publication specifically dedicated to the advanced practice wound care nurse; Today's Wound Clinic, the only journal for key decision-makers within wound clinics; and Podiatry Today, annually recognized for editorial excellence, earning top honors and awards for its insightful, how-to clinical features and columns.

 

About SAWC Fall

Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) Fall 2014

For over 25 years, the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) meetings have provided a venue at which the interdisciplinary wound care community can gather and learn, and SAWC has, in the process, become the biggest and best wound care conference in the United States. Our motto — One Vision, Many Faces, One Family — continues to guide us. We are pleased that the successes of four annual SAWC Fall meetings have continued this great tradition as we embark on our fifth annual SAWC Fall. Connected by our involvement with our patients, our healthcare settings, the government agencies that regulate our care, and various overarching organizations, we work toward a common goal: to decrease the number and severity of chronic wounds.

SAWC Fall 2014 will offer up to 40 new clinical sessions and host a major exhibition of products and services for wound care professionals. The SAWC is committed to providing the highest level of clinical education and information to physicians, podiatrists, nurses, physical therapists and allied health professionals dedicated to the advancement of wound care and healing.

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