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SEPSIS NEWS: NHS RightCare Scenario: Sepsis

"Around 123,000 cases of sepsis are found each year in England, resulting in nearly 37,000 deaths, 10,000 of which could be prevented. NHS RightCare has produced a scenario following fictional patient Rob, which illustrates how early identification and action in the community could reduce the devastating impact of the condition."

NHS RightCare Scenario: Sepsis

"This NHS RightCare Scenario, produced with the NHS England-led Cross-system Sepsis Programme Board, will demonstrate the opportunities to reduce the unwarranted variation in sepsis care.

In this scenario using a fictional patient, Rob, we examine a case of sepsis, its identification and subsequent management, comparing a suboptimal, difficult scenario against an ideal pathway. At each stage we have modelled the costs of care to commissioners and describe the impact of suboptimal care and then of ideal care on the outcomes and experiences of Robert and his family.

This document is intended to help local health economies understand the implications on quality of life and costs – of shifting the sepsis pathway away from a suboptimal journey to one that consistently delivers timely evidence-based excellence." CONTINUE READING HERE


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