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PCNASP Currently Funded States

The Paul Coverdell National Acute Stroke Program currently funds nine states: California, Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Washington, and Wisconsin.

Currently funded PCNASP states are shown in blue and include California, Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Washington, and Wisconsin.

Dr. Michael Frankel’s Story: Understanding the Components of Better Care for Stroke Patients

Published April 26, 2016

As the lead neurologist for the Coverdell Stroke Program in Georgia, Dr. Michael Frankel engages hospitals to participate in Georgia’s stroke registry. Participating hospitals better connect the continuum of care so that physicians have more information to make the right decisions every time. The data show that stroke death rates are lower in the communities served by hospitals that embrace practices supported by Coverdell.

Why Should I Partner with the Coverdell Program?

Hospitals, health care systems, EMS agencies, and communities that partner with Coverdell benefit through:

  • Improved stroke care for your patients that saves lives and prevents disability.
  • Online and in-person training and resources to support your coordination with EMS and increase availability and accuracy of EMS data.
  • Sharing of data and best practices between EMS agencies and hospitals.
  • Assistance with data analysis and comparisons on the regional, state, and national levels.
  • Improved performance on state and national stroke measures such as door-to-needle time and defect-free care.
  • Reduced readmissions for stroke by focusing on post-acute transitions and secondary prevention with community partners.
  • Access to training and a network of healthcare providers all motivated to improve stroke care and willing to share lessons learned.
  • Recognition by state and national government and associations involved in stroke improvement.

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