Reducing Sepsis Mortality: A Quality Improvement Initiative, Leveraging Technology to Empower Nurses
Pamela Walch, MSN, Quality Management, Atlanticare Regional Medical Center, A Member of Geisinger Health Systems, Pomona, New Jersey, USA; Summer Tinkcom, MSN, Atlanticare Information Technology, Clinical Informatics Department, Atlanticare Regional Medical Center, A Member of Geisinger Health Systems, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, USA
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