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Sepsis Surveillance Tools Executive Brief

The sepsis surveillance market is rapidly evolving. Leverage these 10 tips when choosing a solution to ensure financial and clinical success.

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Sepsis Surveillance Tools Executive Brief

The sepsis surveillance market is rapidly evolving. Leverage these 10 tips when choosing a solution to ensure financial and clinical success. Download the Executive Brief

Extensive Rules, Unmatched Precision

Sepsis alerts achieve 99% sensitivity, 98% specificity

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Extensive Rules, Unmatched Precision

Sepsis alerts achieve 99% sensitivity, 98% specificity Click here to learn more

Conquering Sepsis. Why traditional clinical surveillance methods fail.

Early identification and treatment is the key to reducing the high cost of sepsis care and improving patient outcomes.  Unfortunately, the results delivered by traditional methods are marginal at best.

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Conquering Sepsis. Why traditional clinical surveillance methods fail.

Early identification and treatment is the key to reducing the high cost of sepsis care and improving patient outcomes.  Unfortunately, the results delivered by traditional methods are marginal at best. Read our Blog

Delivering Lifesaving Clinical Surveillance at the Point of Care

POC Advisor™ is a clinical intelligence platform that detects urgent, life-threatening conditions and accurately alerts clinical staff to enable early intervention, improve patient outcomes, and reduce the cost of care.

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POC Advisor combines real-time electronic surveillance, clinical decision support, and advanced predictive technology to deliver the right information about the right treatment to the right clinicians at the right time.

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Sepsis Module

The only sepsis surveillance solution with scientifically calculated, published results and achieved outcomes unmatched in the industry, including a 53% reduction in mortality, a 31% decline in readmissions and shorter lengths of stay.