The Sepsis Alliance Clinical Community is a network created by Sepsis Alliance to provide sepsis best practice resources and guidance to sepsis coordinators and all health professionals across the country. The Community is led by a team of expert leaders in the field of nursing with critical experience in caring for sepsis patients, and developing and implementing sepsis protocols.
The Advisory Committee guides the content and structure of the group using a collaborative approach and using evidence-based practice to provide guidance to those seeking help. The advisors represent a diverse group of hospital types and sizes, professional backgrounds, and geographic locations.
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Sepsis Alliance is the first and leading sepsis organization in the U.S., working to save lives and reduce suffering by improving sepsis awareness and care. In 2011, Sepsis Alliance designated September as Sepsis Awareness Month to bring healthcare professionals and community members together in the fight against sepsis. Sepsis Alliance gives a voice to the millions of people who have been touched by sepsis – to the survivors, and the friends and family members of those who have survived or who have died. Since 2003, sepsis awareness in the U.S. has risen from 19% to 65%. Sepsis Alliance is a GuideStar Gold Rated charity. For more information, please visit www.sepsis.org. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter at @SepsisAlliance.
The Sepsis Alliance Institute offers sepsis education and resources for healthcare providers across the continuum of care. Every year in the United States, 1.7 million people are diagnosed with sepsis and over 270,000 people die of sepsis. Sepsis is the most expensive in-patient cost in U.S. hospitals. In-patient hospital and skilled nursing costs for sepsis care are approximately $62 billion per year. Sepsis Alliance developed The Sepsis Alliance Institute to help improve sepsis diagnosis, treatment, and care.