Improving sepsis outcomes with Crimson

Learn how Crimson can help you reduce sepsis mortality

Our infographic outlines process improvement steps and corresponding data points for performance monitoring—and how Crimson can help.

Sepsis continues to be a difficult diagnosis to identify and manage in a timely manner. Despite availability of evidence-based guidelines, sepsis claims a disproportionately high share of in-hospital deaths, ranging from 19% to 34%. It also takes its toll on hospital resource consumption. Prolonged stays and intensive care are common, and associated costs are high—a typical sepsis case costs an ICU six times more than a non-sepsis case.

After mining the Crimson cohort for best practices and clinical trends, we have identified nine areas where hospitals can change care processes to make the most impact on outcomes. Our infographic outlines process improvement steps and corresponding data points for performance monitoring—and how Crimson can help.

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Beyond the Crimson cohort data included in the above infographic, Crimson members can request a variety of custom analyses detailing their organization’s performance on key aspects of sepsis quality and cost performance.

Crimson Continuum of Care members can request:

1. Sepsis Opportunity Assessment: Review your organization’s results for the indicators outlined in the infographic.
2. Sepsis Physician Performance Report: Identify sources of variation in sepsis performance by service line, specialty, or provider.
3. Sepsis CDI Calculator: Benchmark case volumes assigned to the three sepsis MSDRGs against cohort and size your potential savings opportunity with improved coding and documentation.

Data that can save lives

Join us on Nov. 29 at 1:30 p.m. ET to learn how our members have successfully reduced sepsis mortality rates using provider performance analytics.

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