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HealthOctober 11, 2022

How to build a business case for your hospital's sepsis program

Are you trying to improve patient sepsis outcomes and fill the gaps in care due to over-extended teams? In that case, you must assert a strong and convincing business rationale for investing in people, processes, and technology. Improved care can improve patient outcomes while reducing the profound financial impact of sepsis, including costs associated with excessive inpatient length of stay and compliance with financial penalties.

This step-by-step guide helps you identify your organization's opportunities and the potential impact investments in these three areas can have on your sepsis quality improvement project, including improved patient care and financial performance.

Here's what's included:

  • Learn how people, processes, and technology are three interdependent components of the framework to tackle measurable sepsis improvement.
  • Understand how to navigate the key steps to building a business case for your sepsis program, including identifying the decision-making team and developing and presenting the business case.
  • Review the key components of a compelling sepsis business case, including an executive summary, situation analysis, recommendation, financial analysis, non-financial impact, and conclusion
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