Sepsis Management Toolkit

Every year, sepsis strikes more than one million Americans, of whom 250,000 die.1,2 It’s also the most expensive condition treated in US hospitals.3 Address this top healthcare priority with our Sepsis Management Toolkit, designed using Expanse technology.

Aligned with the Surviving Sepsis Campaign and the CMS SEP-1 core measure, our evidence-based toolkit consists of advanced clinical decision support and real-time surveillance. Plus, optimal workflows and system guidance help your organization improve outcomes, save time, and conserve resources. Toolkit components also include:


  • On-demand video education

  • Outcomes-centered workflow guide

  • Setup guidance

  • Embedded standard content

  • Decision log

  • Change log

  • Reference/supporting information

  • FAQs.

Customer support models

MEDITECH’s EHR Excellence Toolkits are available in two customer support models:

Independent Implementation

Your own IT resources and clinicians build and integrate the toolkit into your current workflow, with help from the available toolkit materials provided on our webpage. 

*Please note: New READY customers can start from the toolkit content directly embedded into their EHR. 

MEDITECH Professional Services

A team of dedicated experts from the MEDITECH toolkit development team — all of whom are certified in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Model for Improvement — support you through a full toolkit implementation and transform your current workflow.


‘Situational Awareness’

Video duration: 3 min. 09 sec.

In this video, Bryan Bagdasian, MD, shares with Janet Desroche, AVP,  the patient care story that motivated him to design a sepsis clinical panel. 

Watch the entire recording on MEDITECH’s Facebook page.


1. It’s Time to Talk About Sepsis. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, last reviewed August 2017, accessed July 29, 2019,

2. It’s Time to Talk About Sepsis. CDC.

3. Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project Statistical Brief No. 160, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, August 2013, accessed July 29, 2019,