How Conway Regional's sepsis program saved nearly $400K in 4 months

Early identification of sepsis and consistent evidence-based care must be a priority for hospital administrators and clinical leaders. Driven by lengthy stays, sepsis is the most expensive condition for U.S. hospitals, is a major driver for readmissions, and is a top reason for in-hospital patient mortality.

To tackle these challenges, Conway (Ark.) Regional Medical Center focused on patient monitoring to improve compliance rates and make doing the right thing easier for clinicians.

Read this case study to learn how Conway Regional:
  • Identifies patients with sepsis earlier with continuous alerts and reminders that guide care
  • Improved SEP-1 bundle compliance by more than 20 percent over four months 
  • Achieved cumulative savings of $384,000 in four months 

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