The ability to care for stroke patients is becoming more and more the community's expectation of hospitals of any size. Technology and treatment advances are changing the way that stroke care is provided. Services such as mechanical thrombectomy are paving the way to expand the capabilities of hospitals previously labeled as "Primary" stroke centers. Meanwhile, a new consensus document has been released regarding training guidelines for endovascular ischemic stroke intervention, given its growing role as a first line therapy for patients. These factors, along with the growing prevalence of neuroscience networks of care, are contributing to the redefining of levels of stroke care.
Topics covered in this webinar include: Current trends and shifts related to best practice stroke treatment, changing roles of Acute Stroke Ready, Primary Stroke, and Comprehensive Stroke Centers, opportunities to collaborate with other providers in Neuroscience Networks of Care via telemedicine and other approaches, new service offerings that can expand a hospital’s neuroscience capabilities, and more.
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