Sepsis Alliance announces collaboration with Morley Medical to improve sepsis diagnostics and care
Sepsis Alliance, the nation’s first and leading sepsis organization, and Morley Medical, an innovator in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and clinical data services, are pleased to announce their collaboration to improve sepsis care and to help save lives through support of the Sepsis Coordinator Network (SCN).
“Morley Medical has artificial intelligence that provides healthcare providers with quick and accurate assessments to help fight sepsis through our machine learning risk mitigation tool,” said Donny Johnson, CEO. “The Sepsis Coordinator Network has a similar mission of providing healthcare providers with more data and resources for quickly diagnosing and treating sepsis, so this is a natural collaboration and one sure to bring about positive change in the medical world.”
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Morley Medical uses predicative analytic tools to solve healthcare’s biggest problems globally. Sepsis, the body’s life-threatening response to infection that can lead to tissue damage, organ failure, and death, is a global crisis affecting 49 million people and taking more than 11 million lives around the world each year..
“As sepsis incidence continues to grow globally and in the US, we are encouraged by Morley Medical’s innovative work and their commitment to saving lives by improving sepsis awareness and care,” said Thomas Heymann, Sepsis Alliance’s President and Executive Director.
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In the past 2 years, SCN has brought together over 2,300 clinicians representing over 1,600 hospitals and facilities to share best practice resources and guidance with sepsis coordinators and all health professionals across the country, including open forums, free webinars, and downloadable tools and resources. Early recognition and treatment of sepsis saves lives. SCN connects the clinicians tasked with that responsibility.