Synopsis: A Texas-based health system set out to improve sepsis compliance by implementing changes in its sepsis reporting process. Through market-leading analytics technology and clinical data expertise, the health system was equipped to identify and reduce fallouts in real-time, improve documentation practices, increase case compliance rates, and ensure greater physician confidence in the quality of their clinical data.
To improve CMS compliance for sepsis core measures, this featured health system reviewed its existing processes, identified common fallouts, and leveraged the right reporting analytics technology to address those challenges in real-time. With just half of U.S. hospitals currently complying with CMS’s requirements, this health system’s approach to improving its sepsis reporting offers key lessons for hospital leaders and IP staff alike.
This case study is for:
- Hospital leaders looking to advance their sepsis efforts
- Health systems seeking to obtain higher compliance rates and uphold their commitment to patient safety
- Sepsis care and reporting experts interested in improving documentation practices and ensuring greater physician confidence in clinical data
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