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Sepsis

Medical error is the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States. Astoundingly, 1 in 20 Americans are misdiagnosed every year. Sepsis is the leading cause of death in hospitals in the United States. This fatal reality is in desperate need of a solution.

Enter Redivus Health.

A Crisis of Compliance

Over a six year period, Intermountain Healthcare reduced mortality associated with sepsis from 20% to 9% by using standard treatment protocols. However, research reveals that evidence-based care is practiced only 50% of the time. Understanding this crisis of compliance among healthcare providers, Redivus Health is a leader in providing early identification and standardized treatment of sepsis.

By following standard guidelines instituted by the Surviving Sepsis Campaign, Redivus Health enables providers to reach an early diagnosis of sepsis cases, thus preventing the rapid progression of this deadly disease.

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Saving Lives and Money

Surviving Sepsis Campaign has proved that treatment bundle compliance decreases mortality and hospital length of stay. A mere 10% improvement in compliance leads to a 4% reduction in LOS. Furthermore, research suggests that deployment and adherence to treatment protocols can save approximately $5,000 per sepsis case. The combination of improved identification and increased treatment compliance not only saves lives, but has a material impact on the bottom line.

Bolstered by instant documentation recorded in the app, the accurate, early diagnosis and consistent treatment of sepsis reduce hospital stays and boost the efficiency of care teams, wherever they may be. Redivus Health is pioneering a new age in which sepsis is stopped in its tracks at its very first signs.

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