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Statewide Sepsis Learning Network

HANYS is committed to working with our members to improve hospital sepsis care and associated patient outcomes.

In 2013, HANYS launched a Statewide Sepsis Learning Network to further raise awareness of the growing incidence of sepsis in New York, the devastating impact on patients' lives, and the availability of evidence–based best practices to improve patient care.

The information and tools contained on these pages are intended to be a resource for HANYS members. We hope that members will adapt the resources contained in these pages to expand and refine their own campaigns to continuously improve hospital sepsis care. These resources will also help hospitals comply with the New York State Department of Health (DOH) Hospital Sepsis Protocol Regulations and the Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) Program requirements.