What is sepsis?
Who gets sepsis?
Where can I find more information about sepsis?
The Sepsis Alliance website includes information on sepsis for providers, patients, and families. You can find resources for sepsis survivors and caregivers, free clinical resources for improving sepsis care in your medical facility, and tools to get involved raising sepsis awareness.
How soon will we have a national sepsis registry?
Who would run a sepsis registry?
It’s too soon to say how the National Sepsis Registry would operate, and who would run it. NSRI is drafting a Pathway to a National Sepsis Registry that will help answer this and other questions.
Will registries require more paperwork by doctors and nurses?
Are legislative and regulatory changes needed to create and run a sepsis registry?
Don’t we already track the quality of care delivered to sepsis patients?
What organizations would report data to the sepsis registry?
It’s too soon to know the best approach to combine and integrate sepsis data from different organizations, in different parts of the country, into a National Sepsis Registry. There are a number of different models, and NSRI is drafting a Pathway to a National Sepsis Registry that will help answer this and other questions.
What’s the role of NSRI?
How does NSRI relate to Sepsis Alliance?
Get in Touch. Get Involved.
We are seeking interested experts and organizations to guide and support creation of a National Sepsis Registry. We have a variety of workgroups and Advisory Boards where we need your help.