Stroke Quality Improvement Awards
The Minnesota Stroke System includes 11 Comprehensive Stroke Centers (CSC), 12 Primary Stroke Centers (PSC), and 96 Acute Stroke Ready Hospitals (ASRH). All hospitals part of the Minnesota Stroke System continually strive to improve quality of care for patients. This award program aims to recognize and showcase successful quality improvement initiatives throughout the state of Minnesota’s hospital-based stroke programs.
Now accepting applications for the 2024 Stroke Quality Improvement Awards Program until August 31, 2024.
Awards are given to hospital stroke programs in Minnesota that implemented the best quality improvement initiatives in the following categories:
- Continuous Impact: This award is for starting an initiative that creates a meaningful and long-term improvement in quality of stroke care.
- Operational Excellence: This award is for an initiative that focuses on collaboration between different programs to improve quality of stroke care.
- Outstanding Achievement: This award is for an initiative that led to evidence-based positive change in quality of stroke care.
- Community Champion: This award is for an initiative that focused on filling a community need related to quality stroke care.