In the United Kingdom, stroke care accounts for 3-5% of all healthcare spending, and acute stroke is the third leading cause of years of life lost and disability-adjusted life years.
While the severity of stroke varies from person to person, when stroke patients receive timely diagnoses and treatment, their chances for recovery improve significantly.
Join us on 5 May at 12:30 to hear from Lynda Sibson, Telemedicine Manager for the East of England Stroke Telemedicine Partnership.
Lynda will share how her organisation’s Out of Hours (OOH) service reduced door-to-needle time and increased administration of thrombolysis from 1% to 41% (in those patients referred to the OOH service only), through technology powered by Visionable.
• Sharing experience from EoE Stroke Telemedicine Partnership and challenges faced with the acute stroke care pathway
• How the partnership addressed the challenges with clinical technology and the results/outcomes
• Lessons learned and top tips for NHS networks that want to transform care pathways