10 Ways to Improve Your Sepsis Compliance


Now that CMS is moving the Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock: Management Bundle measure (SEP-1) into the Hospital Value Based Purchasing (HVBP) Program, your hospital finally has the opportunity to earn a financial reward for your SEP-1 performance.

While that’s great news, SEP-1 has always been one of CMS’s most challenging measures because it is notoriously labor-intensive and complicated to track. What’s more, under the HVBP Program, CMS will now judge your SEP-1 performance based on where you land on the bell curve of all hospitals nationwide.

In short, now is the time to take control of your hospital’s SEP-1 performance. And to help you get there, we’ve created a FREE eBook: The Medisolv Guide to Sepsis Performance Improvement.

Inside, you’ll discover more than 10 best practices for sepsis compliance improvement shared by top-performing hospitals nationwide. Download the e-book now to reveal the secrets to SEP-1 success—and then prepare to reap the patient care rewards.



The Medisolv Guide to Sepsis Performance Improvement

10+ Best Practices for Taking Control of CMS’s SEP-1 Measure


Erin Heilman

Erin Heilman is the Vice President of Marketing for Medisolv, Inc. She has led Medisolv’s marketing team for the better part of a decade, developing content to assist healthcare quality leaders understand their regulatory requirements. She has led the marketing team in developing successful healthcare strategies to enhance the company brand and meet business goals. Erin is a Leapfrog Certified Coach.

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