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Data-driven quality improvement in sepsis

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Sepsis is a leading cause of hospital mortality and long-term morbidity among survivors. This talk will discuss research, guidelines, and large-scale quality improvements to advance sepsis care and outcomes, including a Michigan state-wide quality improvement initiative involving 69 hospitals. One nagging concern of sepsis quality improvement initiatives is that they may drive up antimicrobial use across the board, including to patients who turn out to have non-infectious or non-bacterial causes for sepsis. This talk will cover research examining the impact of sepsis care on antimicrobial stewardship.

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