Illinois health system taps Wolters Kluwer for digital sepsis monitoring

Quincy, Ill.-based health system Blessing Health has partnered with IT company Wolters Kluwer to monitor sepsis.

Wolters Kluwer's POC Advisor product line uses real-time patient data to track patients at risk for sepsis. POC Advisor can issue sepsis alerts directly to a hospital's EHR system, according to an Aug. 24 Wolters Kluwer news release.

"Clinicians are already overloaded with alerts. Our Wolters Kluwer team is helping healthcare providers like Blessing break through this noise so they have actionable, timely, and specific recommendations that allow them to deliver high-quality care that adheres to the most current evidence," Karen Kobelski, vice president and general manager of clinical surveillance compliance and data solutions at Wolters Kluwer Health, said. "Blessing has made its sepsis program a priority, and we're honored to work hand in hand with the Blessing team to seamlessly integrate sepsis alerts into provider workflows to achieve the hospital's goals."

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