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136 people in a hospital are affected every hour, every day by sepsis.
82 people in a hospital are affected every hour, every day by a hospital-acquired infection (HAI).
217 people in a hospital are affected every hour, every day by a preventable adverse drug event (ADE).
In 2015, CMS assessed $420 million in penalties to hospitals with poor readmission rates.
These are numbers people in healthcare talk about. Here’s a number they don’t talk about much: Zero.
Why? Maybe it’s because, even though it’s just Zero, it’s too big a number for people to imagine. For instance: Zero deaths from Sepsis. Zero deaths from HAIs. Zero preventable ADEs and medication errors. Zero reimbursement penalties.
Zero is the only acceptable number to us. Zero is the only thing that matters to our patients and their families. Zero is the only metric that tells us we – the clinicians across the VigiLanz Community – won the war on Sepsis. On HAIs. On ADEs. On Reimbursement Penalties.
One way you can tell you’re on to the Next Big Thing – people tell you it’s not possible.
Learn more here about how together the VigiLanz Community is on the march to Zero.
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