The state of #Maryland has historically kept healthcare costs below the national average, in-part due to efforts to reduce hospital-acquired #infections (#HAIs) and readmissions. Learn more about MD’s unique approach to care, via +KevinMD.com
Big Data” is more than just a buzz term, it’s making its way into the medical industry and its implications may be phenomenal. Learn how big data is helping healthcare professional determine which newborns are at risk of developing #sepsis via +Kaiser Permanente
It’s truly great to see medical errors being brought to the forefront of policy and regulation – This report created by U.S. +SENATOR BARBARA BOXER details the most common medical errors & hospital acquired infections, and how hospitals may work to prevent them
The ordinary continues to be extraordinary in Jackson Heights, Queens. At the Rory Staunton Field (named after young Rory Staunton who passed away after a fight with sepsis) an incredible mural was revealed recently which hopes to spread peace, love, and unity in honor of Rory Staunton.
The ordinary continues to be extraordinary in Jackson Heights, Queens. At the Rory Staunton Field (named in honor of Rory) an incredible mural was revealed recently which is the work of a local 4th grade class, with the help of El Museo del Barrio,...
Are we doing enough to recognize & prevent sepsis? A new report from the Center for Healthcare Research & Transformation at the +University of Michigan shows a dramatic increase in hospitalizations for sepsis from 2007 to 2011. However, this sharp rise may be attributed to increased recognition and coding changes
Hospitalizations for chronic pain relief procedures also on the rise
The Center for Healthcare Research & Transformation at the University of Michigan today releases a new report that shows a dramatic increase in hospitalizations for septicemia from 2007 to 2011. The hospitalization rate for
Thermo Fisher presents the About Sepsis Google+ page to raise sepsis awareness through education and information.
Fisher presents the About Sepsis Google+ page to raise sepsis awareness through
education and information. This page is beneficial to medical professionals, journalists,
health and science writers, and the general public who are interested in
learning more about sepsis and the importance of early detection and action to
improve patient outcomes