Sponsored Session: Septic Data: How Quality Informatics Can Impact Clinical and Financial Outcomes in Healthcare, Especially Sepsis Management
Sponsored by ICU Medical
Healthcare’s understanding of “clean” data – and how it impacts the treatment of patients with sepsis – is still evolving, but access to accurate and viable data is increasingly important in today’s healthcare model. Equally important is how healthcare systems, pharmacies, and nursing teams utilize this data and its reports to analytically “see” and improve upon the standards of care and reimbursement for sepsis patients. In this sponsored session, learners will review the basics of “clean” data, discuss its potential uses by healthcare teams to improve care delivery, and come away with an understanding of its implications for sepsis management.
This session was originally recorded in September 2022 as part of Sepsis Alliance Summit.
Nurses, advanced practice providers, physicians, emergency responders, pharmacists, medical technologists, respiratory therapists, physical/occupational therapists, infection prevention specialists, data/quality specialists, and more.
Sepsis Alliance gratefully acknowledges the support provided for this session by ICU Medical.
Shannon Ray-Miller, BSN, BA, RN
Marketing Manager – Syringe, National Neo/Peds Specialist, ICU Medical
For 16 years, Shannon Ray-Miller, BSN, BA, RN, served thousands of children and their families as a proud NICU clinical nurse and Neo/Peds Transport Nurse at Mercy Children's Hospital in St Louis, Missouri. Since leaving the bedside five years ago, Shannon has been working alongside clinical leaders and sales teams in the infusion industry to provide patients and nurses with the safest and most efficient infusion delivery experience. Sepsis is near to her heart as a nurse who cared for hundreds of septic patients, and especially because the first of her own four NICU kids was septic after birth. Shannon earned a BSN from Maryville University and a BA in public relations from The University of Alabama. Today she serves as ICU Medical's Marketing Manager for the Medfusion syringe pump and is the company's National Neo/Peds Specialist. She is excited to continue her mission of safety for all who are touched by ICU Medical's portfolio of products.
No continuing education credits are offered for this session. Content is provided by the sponsor.
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