Complexity and severity of illness may be difficult to discern from summary measures. An example of a patient cared for by the ACNP team during the study may help. A 36-year-old woman was admitted with septic shock, disseminated intravascular coagulation, and multiorgan system failure from Enterobacter meningitis. In the 24 hours after ICU admission, she was intubated and started on three vasopressors, as well as continuous renal replacement therapy. Over the next 20 days, she was weaned from vasopressors and renal replacement, extubated, and discharged with follow-up in the ICU recovery clinic staffed by the same ACNPs who cared for her throughout her ICU stay.