Webinar Recording - Strategic Considerations: Moving from Primary Stroke to Thrombectomy-Capable

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Neuro intervention is now considered the emerging standard of care of ischemic strokes…And as eligibility for thrombectomy expands, many more patients can and will benefit from this life-saving treatment where offered. But a lack of access presents challenge to providing this service in all areas of the country…

With so much potential for quality outcome improvement, society-sponsored advocacy is proving very successful in influencing legislative changes, including mandating suspected Large Vessel Occlusion (LVO) patients be taken to the nearest Thrombectomy Capable Center. Even where legislative changes have not yet occurred, many EMS providers have begun adopting these protocols. The potential loss of this inbound EMS traffic may affect your bottom line.And if your hospital is in a rural area, where this service may be dangerously remote from many patients, there is great opportunity to capture potential case revenue and offer best-practice care to your community.

Join Corazon's experts for this webinar that:

  • Reviewed thrombectomy service and its potential effect on current stroke outcomes
  • Discussed current access situation and initiatives to address the challenges
  • Evaluated clinical and operational factors that might influence the decision to add thrombectomy services
  • Reviewed the business case for Thrombectomy based on existing stroke volume

Organizations that have already completed the foundational work associated with a Primary Stroke program are often much better positioned for neuro-interventional program implementation than they perceive. Position your neuroscience program for future growth and success by adding Thrombectomy!

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