Dr. Armstrong is a Senior Health and Clinical Consultant
Heal Wounds and Reduce Costs by Offering Higher Quality Care
John views his challenge as:
Heal every wound in America while saving a significant amount in Healthcare expenditure through higher quality of care and more efficient redistribution of taxpayers dollars.
Pressure wounds must (and should) become a thing of the past. MBET wound care products were developed to virtually eliminate these wounds.
If you are associated with a wound care delivery company, please contact John.
How Wound Care Facilities Can Benefit
John will discuss how to increase your market share, improve existing revenue streams while creating new ones, all while raising the bar of quality care and show how your company being fiscally responsible will save billions in taxpayer cost. Create a more profitable future while raising the bar of healthcare delivery.
About John and His Mission to Raise the Quality of Care
John completed his medical education at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey (SOM) graduating with Honors and Dean distinction. He subsequently completed his Residency (at Kennedy Memorial Hospital – NJ) in Family Medicine in 1992. He practiced for more than a decade as an Emergency Medicine physician averaging more than 4,500 patient encounters annually. He then transitioned to the inpatient setting and established one of the initial Hospitalist / Intensivist Programs in New Jersey treating thousands of patients each year for the next decade.
As a member of several Senior Management Committees, he became instrumental in establishing new protocols and policies that improved the quality of care delivery in the hospital setting while reducing overhead cost, documenting fiscal responsibility in healthcare is feasible. He was instrumental in the implementation of the 100,000 lives campaign at the Hospital and attended meetings with the NJ State Hospital Association to assist in improving the quality of Healthcare in New Jersey.
Certified in HBOT (Hyper-Baric Oxygen Therapy) & Wound Care he witnessed first hand the pain and suffering associated with wound care while acknowledging little has changed through the decades with respect to wound care – that is until now. John’s focus has always been on the quality of care delivered while being fiscally responsible in a healthcare system that seems to currently lack accountability.
Acknowledging Value Based Care is the future of Healthcare in America. Quality and profitability need not be mutually exclusive, redistribution of current spending is paramount to the survivability of our Healthcare System.