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VUMC Research Drives New Epic Tools for Delirium Prevention in the ICU

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Two-thirds of ICU patients suffer from delirium, which contributes to reduced patient compliance, an increased chance for injuries, and, ultimately, more time spent in the ICU. With new research from Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville and complementary tools in Epic, patients experience 15% fewer days with delirium, get off their ventilators an average of … Continue reading “VUMC Research Drives New Epic Tools for Delirium Prevention in the ICU”

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People of color have higher rates of hospitalization and death due to COVID-19, and these disparities persist after controlling for sociodemographic characteristics and underlying health conditions…

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