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Farnborough, UK: Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch; August 2023.
Washington DC: Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Inspector General; May 10, 2023. Report no. 22-01116-110.
Seeking a sustainable process to enhance their hospitals’ response to sepsis, a multidisciplinary team at WellSpan Health oversaw the development and implementation of a system that uses customized electronic health record (EHR) alert settings and a team of remote nurses to help frontline staff identify and respond to patients showing signs of sepsis. When the remote nurses, or Central Alerts Team (CAT), receive an alert, they assess the patient’s information and collaborate with the clinical care team to recommend a response.
Farnborough, UK: Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch; April 2023.
Massachusetts Protection and Advocacy. Boston, MA: Disability Law Center; May 8, 2023.
Gillispie-Bell V. USA Today. April 14, 2023.
Farnborough, UK: Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch; March 2023.
Schorsch K, Karp S. WBEZ Chicago. March 9, 2023.
Derfel A. Montreal Gazette. February 24- March 1, 2023
Washington, DC: VA Office of the Inspector General; September 15, 2022. Report no. 22-00815-232.
Donovan-Smith O. Spokesman-Review. September 11, 2022.
Wells K. Health Shots. National Public Radio. October 29, 2021.
Cleghorn E. New York, NY: Dutton; 2021. ISBN: 9780593182956.
Kritz F. Health Shots. National Public Radio; May 24, 2021.
Medscape Medical News. May 12, 2021.
Pattani A, Mahon E. Kaiser Health News. April 30, 2021.
Dahlberg B. Kaiser Health News. September 29, 2020.
Washington, DC: Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Inspector General; September 3, 2020. Report No 19-09493-249.