Rudd, A., Bray, B. September 14, 2017

Compelling evidence indicates that the organization and delivery of stroke care makes a difference in the chances of patients surviving, their level of disability, and the chances of further strokes. Most evidence-based interventions do not require expensive high-technology medicine but rather need well-organized basic care delivered by people with expertise in stroke. Yet there are many places in the world, including parts of the United States, where high-quality care cannot be guaranteed, resulting in higher than necessary levels of mortality and morbidity.

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