This guide explains challenges in identifying a complex condition like sepsis and complying with CMS sepsis bundles.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) hospital sepsis scores that went public in July 2018 revealed only 49% of patients receive appropriate care for severe sepsis in U.S. hospitals. Given the dangers and costs of sepsis, it seems likely that over time, sepsis measures will also become part of a Medicare value-based reimbursement program for hospitals. If CMS takes this next step, poor scores may lead to penalties or loss of financial incentives.
Download this guide, CMS’s Sepsis Reporting Requirement Demands Powerful Clinical Surveillance Solution to learn more about:
- Evolving sepsis reporting requirements.
- Challenges in identifying a complex condition like sepsis and complying with CMS sepsis bundles
- How a solution like POC Advisor simplifies early, accurate diagnosis, treatment and reporting of this complex condition