Four essential questions for the future of stroke care

Joe McCaffrey

Joseph McCaffrey, Technology Insights

June 6, 2012

Stroke continues to be a pressing public health concern with an enormous impact on acute care hospitals. With roughly 700,000 patient admissions for stroke each year, hospitals are at the center of stroke care in the United States. The challenges of delivering effective and high quality care to this patient population are myriad. Hospitals face factors including:

  • Evolving therapies
  • Intricate delivery networks
  • Unfavorable economics
  • Multiple other obstacles across the patient care pathway

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