Consistency and ease of use encourages both adherence to wound care regimen and, ultimately, cost-effectiveness of care. In addition to the NPWT providing, Cardinal Health’s pores and skin and wound caution offering includes: An advanced wound caution portfolio of silicone foam, reinforced gelling fiber, hydrocolloid, hydrogel and silicone contact layer dressings to greatly help promote an optimal recovery environment A new barrier cream with manuka honey that is designed to protect at-risk epidermis A clinical skin care collection with fragrance and dye-free solutions, a transparent dressings range, and three – and four-level compression bandages Incontinence products designed with significant insight from clinicians to provide cost benefits and high-quality solutions Cardinal Health introduced its new type of NPWT products in the latest Symposium of Advanced Wound Treatment and can also feature the complete wound and skin care portfolio in the upcoming Wound, Continence and Ostomy Nurses Society™ conference, 7-9 in San Antonio June.Enrollment with Transitions to Home decreases nights spent in shelters. Sixteen per cent of participants who enrolled in 2010 did not spend a single evening in a homeless shelter that 12 months. By 2013, 56 percent of this 2010 group hadn’t spent one night in a shelter. Almost 16 percent of participants who enrolled in 2011 did not spend a single evening in a homeless shelter that season. By 2013, 65.6 per cent had not spent one night in a shelter. Finally, 9.5 per cent of 2012-enrolled participants did not spend a full night in a homeless shelter that year.