The organization, which operates 12 hospitals and 90 clinics in Minnesota and Wisconsin, is reporting an 18 percent drop in mortality for most sepsis patients and a 30 percent drop for the most severe cases, saving lives and $6 million in length of stay savings.
More than 1.5 million individuals in the United States are treated for sepsis each year, and one in four of them die. Patients who survive stay in the hospital much longer than many other patients with different illnesses. That’s why sepsis has become a top priority at Allina Health. Read the full story at www.healthdatamanagement.com.