News report on NY State's Rory's Regulations for sepsis diagnosis and management

David L Meyers dm0015 at COMCAST.NET
Wed Jul 17 01:27:17 UTC 2019


Dr Stephen Martin forwarded this link (https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2019/07/16/741840484/regulations-that-mandate-sepsis-care-appear-to-have-worked-in-new-york <https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2019/07/16/741840484/regulations-that-mandate-sepsis-care-appear-to-have-worked-in-new-york>) to an NPR news story which aired this morning. It reports on a study just published in JAMA assessing the impact of Rory’s Regulations, a government mandated approach to sepsis implemented in NY state after the death of Rory Staunton some years ago. There is also an accompanying editorial comment which raises some caveats to be considered in evaluating the approach.  More work in this area is definitely needed, but this is an interesting start.

David
David L Meyers, MD FACEP
Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine
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www.improvediagnosis.org
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