UCLPartners delivered two breakthrough series collaboratives with 13 acute hospital trusts in the north Thames region to transform the care provided to patients with acute kidney injury (AKI) and sepsis.
The aims for the AKI and sepsis collaboratives were to achieve improvements in the recognition and treatment of patients admitted to hospital with AKI or sepsis, as well as to increase NHS staff quality improvement capability across the region.
The analysis of over 2,000 AKI and sepsis cases throughout the programme showed that both collaboratives exceeded their aims, and reduced AKI mortality by 47%, and sepsis mortality by 24%.
This page sets out the approach, methodology and conclusions into how the outcome was achieved and contact details for more information on the collaboratives.
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