Montana Mission: Lifeline Stroke® for Healthcare Providers
What is Mission: Lifeline® Stroke?Mission: Lifeline Stroke is a program for transforming stroke care by focusing efforts on connecting all of the components of acute stroke care into a smoothly integrated system that reinforces use of evidence-based guidelines, measures performance, identifies gaps, and engages in improvement projects at a systems level. The stroke system of care begins with community recognition and preparedness to identify stroke and continues all the way through hospital discharge, into rehabilitation and the initiation of secondary prevention. It brings together hospitals, ambulance services, non-transport medical first response agencies, emergency communications centers, emergency medical service regulatory and medical direction agencies, local government, local media, and payers to forge a proactive system of stroke care that saves and improves lives.
Straight Talk About Stroke
In our first presentation in the Straight Talk About Stroke series, American Heart Association volunteer Todd Mohr, PA, Education and Quality Program Manager with St. James Healthcare talks about stroke assessment tools. Watch his 26 minute presentation.
Straight Talk About Stroke Webinars
Quality Systems Manager
Mission: Lifeline Montana
American Heart Association
Billings, MT 59102
Quality Systems Manager -
Mission: Lifeline Stroke Montana, Post-Acute Care
Gary W. Myers, MS
National Sr. Program Manager
Quality, Outcomes, Research and Analytics (QORA)