The sepsis early recognition and response initiative (SERRI)

Stephen L. Jones, Carol M. Ashton, Lisa Kiehne, Elizabeth Gigliotti, Charyl Bell-Gordon, Theresa T. Pinn, Shirley K. Tran, Juan C. Nicolas, Alexis L. Rose, Beverly A. Shirkey, Maureen Disbot, Faisal Masud, Nelda P. Wray

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Duration of Initiative: 48 months and currently ongoing. Setting: The Houston Methodist Hospital System and affiliated hospitals (3 facilities with 2 hospital-run skilled nursing facilities in and around Houston), St. Joseph's Regional Health Center (1 acute care hospital and 2 skilled nursing facilities in Bryan, Texas), Hospital Corporation of America (2 acute care facilities in Houston, 1 acute care facility in McAllen, Texas [Rio Grande Valley]), Kindred Healthcare (2 long term acute care facilities in Houston), Select Medical Specialty Hospitals (2 long term acute care facilities in Houston). Whom This Should Concern: Hospital administrators, quality and safety officers, performance improvement and patient safety professionals, clinic managers, infection control and prevention staff, and other physicians, nurses, and clinical staff.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)122-131
Number of pages10
JournalJoint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety
Issue number3
StatePublished - Mar 2016

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Leadership and Management


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