The Medical Center Partners To Improve Care

Greenville, MS: The Medical Center leadership team and staff constantly strive to provide the best and most efficient care for the community and Delta Region.

Recently The Medical Center was asked to partner with Huron Consulting Group and present the work the facility has done to improve the care of patients diagnosed with Sepsis. Aden Carroll, BSN, RN, Clinical Informaticist & Angie Parkinson Piasecki, BSN, RN, Administrative Director of Critical Care & Quality recently participated as panelists for a case study for the work completed by TMC regarding the care of Sepsis patients for Medical Users Software Exchange (MUSE) International. This collaborative brings facilities from across the globe together to work towards improving patient care.

“Our goal is to continue building a culture of excellence in patient care and technology at The Medical Center and showcasing our success demonstrates the commitment we have to providing premier care,” said Amy Walker, Chief Nursing/Clinical Officer. “I am extremely proud of our team for building the tools and platforms that make our facilities and staff leaders in healthcare.”

“Being proactive with the identification and early recognition of sepsis in a patient is the key to improving patient outcomes. Leveraging any technology available to accomplish this benefits the healthcare team and the patient. We are proud to work towards efficiency for our front-line staff,” said Angie Parkinson-Piasecki.

For more information, contact Kim Dowdy, Community Development Manager, at 662.725.2830.