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Minnesota Acute Stroke System Council. Web/Teleconference Meeting May 25, 2011. Agenda. Welcome Hospital Category Working Definitions Introductory poll Group Discussion Concluding p oll. Working Definitions. Comprehensive Stroke Center Primary Stroke Center Acute Stroke Capable

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Minnesota acute stroke system council

Minnesota Acute Stroke System Council

Web/Teleconference MeetingMay 25, 2011


Agenda
Agenda

  • Welcome

  • Hospital Category Working Definitions

  • Introductory poll

  • Group Discussion

  • Concluding poll


Working definitions
Working Definitions

  • Comprehensive Stroke Center

  • Primary Stroke Center

  • Acute Stroke Capable

    • Drip and Keep

    • Drip and Ship


Question what categorization scheme will work best in minnesota
Question: What categorization scheme will work best in Minnesota?

  • Two levels

    • L1 Primary Stroke Center (PSC)

    • L2 Acute Stroke Capable (ASC)

  • Three levels

    • L1 Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC)

    • L2 PSC

    • L3 ASC

  • Four levels

    • L1 CSC

    • L2 PSC

    • L3 ASC – drip and keep

    • L4 ASC – drip and ship

  • Other


Other states
Other States

  • One Level (equivalent to or equal to Joint Commission PSC) – 9 states

  • One Level (ASC) - Massachusetts

  • Two Levels (CSC and PSC) – 2 states

  • Two Levels (PSC and ASC) – 3 states

  • Three Levels – 5 states

  • Note: we are not considering “not designated” as a “level” in this discussion


Minnesota hospitals by level
Minnesota Hospitals by Level*

*Based on Minnesota Hospital Stroke QI Survey 2010


Question what categorization scheme will work best in minnesota1
Question: What categorization scheme will work best in Minnesota?

  • Two levels

    • L1 Primary Stroke Center (PSC)

    • L2 Acute Stroke Capable (ASC)

  • Three levels

    • L1 Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC)

    • L2 PSC

    • L3 ASC

  • Four levels

    • L1 CSC

    • L2 PSC

    • L3 ASC – drip and keep

    • L4 ASC – drip and ship

  • Other


Next steps
Next Steps

  • Watch your inbox: Question(s) of the Month

  • We are always soliciting your unsolicited input

  • Panel and Discussion: Minnesota Stroke Conference 2011 (June 13)

  • Next Council meeting: June 22, Noon


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