Jeri Lundgren is a Registered Nurse who has been specializing in post-acute care since 1990. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. Ms. Lundgren is board-certified as a Certified Wound Care Nurse (CWCN) by the WOCN Society and a Certified Wound Specialist (CWS) by the American Board of Wound Management. Ms. Lundgren is the president and owner of Senior Providers Resource, LLC. She provides consultation to nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and home health agencies on a wide range of issues, including wound prevention and management. Ms. Lundgren is nationally recognized as a wound care expert and has presented on wound management to 31 state associations and national associations, such as NADONA, AANAC, and the National Association of State Veterans Homes. Ms. Lundgren has authored wound care manuals for long-term care and home health. She is published in the peer-reviewed journal The Wound Care Advisor. Ms. Lundgren was a contributor to the Nursing Home Pressure Ulcer Change Package for Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services. She was the author of Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers: A Practitioner’s Guideline, Minnesota Department of Health. Ms. Lundgren has trained the Minnesota, Kentucky, and Indiana Departments of Health on pressure injury prevention and management. Ms. Lundgren has presented for and served as the wound care expert for the CMS QIN-QIO pressure injury initiatives in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, Florida, and Wyoming. Ms. Lundgren was also the lead wound care expert for Indiana’s “We Will” campaign to reduce pressure injury rates across the state for both phase I and phase II.
Accurate assessment of a pressure injury is important, as it is the foundation to determine and evaluate the course of treatment. This course will provide… read more
Many clinicians have difficulty identifying and differentiating lower extremity ulcers resulting from arterial insufficiency, venous insufficiency, and peripheral neuropathy/diabetes. If the etiology of the lower… read more
This course will discuss the prevention of pressure injures. While this session is intended for the nursing assistant, it is beneficial for all staff to… read more
An in-house-acquired or declining pressure ulcer puts providers at risk for regulatory citations and litigation. The burden on the provider is to demonstrate that the… read more
For pressure injuries to heal, the appropriate topical environment must be provided. This session will discuss evidenced-based topical management strategies for pressure injuries. We will… read more
An in-house acquired or declining pressure injury puts providers at risk for regulatory citations and litigation. This session will utilize the QAPI approach to ensure… read more