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Fighting common hospital-associated infections, such as sepsis, is an ongoing challenge for the healthcare community, but real-time communication and enhanced coordination of care can go a long way in helping curb these conditions.
More than 20 hospital associations across the nation are collaborating to develop protocols for rapid detection and treatment of sepsis.
The opioid epidemic, which many trace back to the late 1990s, has led to increases in opioid-related overdoses and deaths across the United States. Yet, technology-fueled intervention can help save lives.
Thirty-year health tech industry veteran to lead growth strategy to achieve Collective’s vision of connecting the healthcare system at scale SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH —January 13, 2020—Collective Medical, delivering the leading ADT-based network for real-time care...
Today, January 8, 2020, Collective Medical is beginning to roll out a new notification trigger for patients with a history of sepsis.
Functionality to help providers more quickly and effectively make care decisions for survivors of sepsis; The condition accounts for more than one third of hospital deaths in the United States Salt Lake City, Utah —January 8, 2020—Collective Medical, delivering the...
The Department of Health and Human Services will soon publish final rules on several facets of the 21st Century Cures Act that have broad ramifications on the healthcare technology industry. Taken together, these efforts are aimed at facilitating interoperability to improve care coordination and transitions of care. Learn how Collective can help.
Every year, around 45 million adults in the United States experience a mental health condition. Additionally, The US spends over $200 billion and $35 billion per year on mental disorders and substance use disorders, respectively. This white paper discusses the shortage of behavioral health professionals, government initiatives, the role of collaboration, and success stories from organizations who have improved clinical and financial outcomes by prioritizing care coordination.