Sponsored Session: Transforming Sepsis Care in the COVID-19 Era: Innovative mHealth/AI Apps

Session Description: 

Sponsored by Allm

This presentation will focus on how innovative mobile apps can be used for effective coordination among interdisciplinary clinicians and across multiple departments and sites. During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is critically important to prevent healthcare providers/workers from being unnecessarily exposed to SARS-CoV-2 infection. Learn how these apps provide needed patient visibility in real-time, improve patient outcomes by reducing time to treatment, and reduce clinician burnout. Discover how the timestamped data that is collected can help with quality improvement efforts and clinical research.

This course was originally recorded in September 2020 as part of the 2020 Sepsis Alliance Summit.

Target Audience

Nurses, physicians, pharmacists, emergency responders, healthcare management teams, and other healthcare staff may benefit.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the presentation, the attendee should be able to:

  • Discuss effective sepsis care coordination.
  • Describe how mHealth/AI Apps can help with timely screening, diagnosis, treatment, and improved patient outcomes.
  • List possible uses of the mHealth/AI Apps for remote patient monitoring, tele-hospital, patient enrollment in clinical studies, and administrative dashboard of analytics.
  • Review real case studies and consider such apps for better sepsis care in hospitals.

Sepsis Alliance gratefully acknowledges the support provided for this sponsored session by Allm.

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Harry Reddy, PhD, MBA

CEO, Allm North America

Harry has 20+ years of experience in the healthcare industry. He utilizes cutting-edge innovations to improve safety, care quality, and patient outcomes while reducing costs and clinician burnout. He is a successful entrepreneur and corporate executive, and most recently is focusing on digital health. He is pushing the envelope of using smartphone apps for critical care and transforming emergency and acute care along the patient journey with public/private partnerships across the healthcare ecosystem. He is educated at MIT and Harvard, and closely studied healthcare systems in the US, Europe, and Japan by having worked there in healthcare leadership roles.

Jason Behrend

Director of Clinical Operations, Allm North America

Jason has successfully worked in sales and operations leadership to match business imperatives with innovative technology solutions across sectors, including healthcare. He has extensive experience partnering with clinicians and medical administrations to address critical needs to improve quality of care, clinical workflows, and operational efficiencies. He has worked for companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100s that have offered next-generation technologies with a focus on integrating digital collaboration and communication tools for organizations and healthcare systems.

No continuing education credits are offered for this sponsored webinar.

Medical Disclaimer

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No continuing education credits are offered for this sponsored session.