Sepsis Alliance Leadership Conference: Empowering Improvements in Care
This conference is presented by T2 Biosystems and bioMérieux.
Executives and leaders in healthcare face countless daily challenges, from bolstering clinical insight and driving innovation to pursuing equity and improving the bottom line. Leaders in sepsis care face additional challenges specific to this complex, costly, and difficult-to-diagnose condition. Sepsis remains the leading cause of death in U.S. hospitals, with approximately 35% of all in-hospital deaths caused by sepsis. It is also the number one cost of hospitalizations and the number one cause of hospital readmission in this country. There is tremendous opportunity for improvement in sepsis awareness, innovation, and care—and it starts at the top.
The Sepsis Alliance Leadership Conference: Empowering Improvements in Care will place a spotlight on the role healthcare executives and leadership can play in improving awareness, recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of sepsis. This free, virtual conference, hosted by Sepsis Alliance, offers attendees the opportunity to engage with sepsis leaders and subject matter experts from across the country. Topics of discussion include strategic initiatives and programs that prioritize sepsis and encourage innovative thinking.
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CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CMOs, CNOs, CMIOs, CCOs, Department/Program Directors, Unit/Program Managers, Sepsis Coordinators, Sepsis Data & Quality Professionals, Nursing and Medical School Deans & Faculty, Professional Healthcare Organizations, Industry
FREE Nursing CE Credits Offered!
Continuing nursing education credits will be available, as will post-event access to resources, ideas, and innovations to improve sepsis care.
Sepsis Alliance is a Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP17068.
Other attendees will receive a certificate of attendance.
The information on or available through this site is intended for educational purposes only. Sepsis Alliance does not represent or guarantee that information on or available through this site is applicable to any specific patient’s care or treatment. The educational content on or available through this site does not constitute medical advice from a physician and is not to be used as a substitute for treatment or advice from a practicing physician or other healthcare provider. Sepsis Alliance recommends users consult their physician or healthcare provider regarding any questions about whether the information on or available through this site might apply to their individual treatment or care.