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Welcome to the Minnesota Stroke Registry Program!

The Minnesota Department of Health, through the Minnesota Stroke Registry Program, is committed to reduce the burden of death and disability caused by stroke. This is part of a national effort led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through the Paul Coverdell National Acute Stroke Program.

The Minnesota Stroke Registry Program assesses the use of best practice guidelines for acute stroke treatment by conducting real-time data collection on stroke treatment with Minnesota hospitals. Using these data, hospitals are able to measure and improve the quality of patient care.

NEW: Minnesota Stroke Registry Program Report 2008-2012
A look at the program's successes in the first five years. This report describes the burden of stroke in Minnesota, participation and reach of the program between 2008-2012 and an overview of improvements in performance measures among participating hospitals in Minnesota.

Download the Report Here (PDF, 17 pages, 561 KB)




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