Infection Management / Sepsis Collaborative Community
Sepsis Innovation Collaborative (SIC) is organized into several community groups, each focused on a specific priority issue area. In the medical device ecosystem, collaborative communities bring together stakeholders to achieve common outcomes, solve shared challenges, and leverage collective opportunities. The Infection Management/Sepsis Collaborative Community (IMSCC) provides a venue to enhance the understanding of SIC members’ perspectives by fostering communication and knowledge sharing, to better align on regulatory requirements and science in the medical device ecosystem. The development of the IMSCC was guided by the Collaborative Communities Toolkit. The IMSCC is in the process of engaging with FDA CDRH. View the latest version of the IMSCC charter here.
The IMSCC was established to accelerate the development, regulatory approval and adoption of safe and effective medical devices, digital health, and other medical technologies to prevent, diagnose, manage infection, treat sepsis, and support sepsis patients and survivors.
The vision of the IMSCC is to be a sustainable and inclusive community of diverse stakeholders dedicated to accelerating innovation in the medical device ecosystem to achieve a world where no one is harmed by sepsis.
The IMSCC relies on engagement with the broader stakeholder ecosystem to achieve its mission. Opportunities will be posted here as they become available, or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to explore opportunities to engage the IMSCC.