GE Sponsored Webinar: Can We Help 'Solve' Sepsis Together? The Economics of Sepsis
Part of GE Healthcare's "Can We Help 'Solve' Sepsis Together?" webinar series
There is no way to adequately assess or quantify the personal suffering and tragedy of sepsis. But healthcare institutions do strive to be effective and efficient – for the very reason of continuous improvement. This webinar takes a different look at sepsis – how institutions may more practically assess economic costs for the purpose of effective care.
Economic researcher David Kulick, MPH and Sepsis Alliance, invite you to this upcoming live episode of the “Can We Help ‘Solve’ Sepsis Together?” webinar series, The Economics of Sepsis.
David uses his recent analysis of US hospital costs to provide the audience a different perspective on sepsis at their institution. He provides an economic view of the syndrome that is not often quantified at the institutional level. This discussion helps answer the question, “how can institutions begin to practically assess economic costs for the purpose of effective care?”
David Kulick’s research and insights cover:
- Why it is often difficult to fully account for the economic cost of sepsis and other disease states.
- Examine the significant cost savings opportunity through sepsis avoidance.
- Provide a stronger case for change.
Sepsis Alliance gratefully acknowledges the support provided by GE Healthcare for this webinar.
This course was originally recorded on 10/16/19.
All healthcare providers
David Kulick, MPH
Managing Director, The Focus Group
David Kulick is founder and Managing Director of The Focus Group – a management consulting firm focusing on high impact growth, commercialization, and policy within healthcare. He concentrates on market research and strategy to inform advanced delivery models, risk payment structures, and population health primarily for medical device/life science companies, providers, payors, and private equity. He has worked on growth strategies and organizational sustainability across all 50 states and 15 countries across the world.
David earned his MPH from Tulane University and Bachelors in Chemistry from the University at Buffalo. Early in his career he worked on the ground with communities and vulnerable populations as an AmeriCorps Volunteer and then with the U.S. Peace Corps in South Africa. David has also worked in a variety of contexts on healthcare implementation and development on the global scale including Ebola response with the WHO in the West Africa epidemic, and on broad multinational HIV/AIDS projects across sub-Saharan Africa with USAID. He now lives in New Orleans, LA with his wife and two children.
Director of Acute Care Commercial Marketing, GE Healthcare
Tom moderates the GE webinars. He is the co-author of "Technical Marketing Communications," a college textbook on strategy and tactics.
No continuing education credits are offered for this sponsored webinar.
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