The Solving Sepsis program is addressing the entire continuum of care of a sepsis patient – from early pre-hospital interactions with healthcare providers, through hospital care and discharge – seeking innovative interventions at each step to identify sepsis early, address clinical management in order to improve patient outcomes and decrease mortality. Solving Sepsis is partnering with industry, academic and nonprofit groups to develop the following products to address sepsis.
Please carefully read the Solving Sepsis area of interest description in the EZ-BAA solicitation on beta.sam.gov located here. If you have any questions not answered in the solicitation or in these Frequently Asked Questions below, please email SolvingSepsis@hhs.gov.
The Solving Sepsis program is forming key partnerships across the U.S. Government to address sepsis by:
Open Access, Supplemental Digital Content, and Visualizations
are all available from the Society of Critical Care Medicine.
The Solving Sepsis team has heard numerous personal stories about sepsis and sepsis loss and encountered many individuals whom are sepsis survivors. This has strengthened our commitment to working across government and with our external partners to combat sepsis.
Read the story of Solving Sepsis’ Dr. Tim Buchman and his encounter with sepsis:Read More Here
Read about CDC’s Division of Health Quality Promotion National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases Director, Dr. Denise Cardo’s statement on Why Each Person Matters:Read More Here