Craig Weinert, M.D. from M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Medical Center and chair of the Minnesota Hospital Association (MHA) Sepsis Committee will review how hospital systems managed sepsis care programs during COVID-19. Dr. Weinert will give an update on national and state-wide trends for detecting sepsis, treating sepsis and follow-up. This includes electronic detection algorithms, electronic medical records (EMR) based programs, bedside technologies to assist fluid management. He'll also discuss the results from a detailed physician survey conducted with the assistance of MHA in 21 Minnesota hospitals that examined the clinical approach to sepsis and volume therapy during real-life patient encounters.
- Describe how sepsis programs were affected by COVID-19 in Minnesota.
- Identify recent national and state-wide trends in sepsis detection programs.
- Review how physicians make clinical decisions in managing septic patients under real-life conditions.
Craig Weinert, M.D., MPH is specialized in pulmonary and critical care medicine. He is a professor of Medicine in the division of pulmonary, allergy, critical care and sleep medicine (PACCS) at the University of Minnesota Medical Center, part of M Health Fairview. Over the past 25 years Dr. Weinert has served in several capacities in critical care, quality improvement, and research. He developed a research team from the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy to study patient-controlled sedation during mechanical ventilation. In 2010, along with Drs. Greg Beilman and David Ingbar he started a multi-departmental critical care program that now supports approximately 40 intensivist physicians and 8 APPs from the Medicine, Anesthesiology and Surgery Departments.
Who should attend
Physicians, non-physicians providers, nurses, administrators, risk managers, patient safety officers, and other health care professional staff.
The program is designed to meet the Minnesota Board of Nursing continuing education requirements for a total of 1 contact hour.
- Complimentary for MHA member hospitals and health systems
- $35 per person for associate members
- $75 per person for nonmembers
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