ESO Webinar: 
EMS State Research Roundtable: Stroke Assessment in North Dakota

Patients in rural settings who have a stroke often experience worse outcomes than their urban counterparts. EMS clinicians can play a vital role in reducing this rural inequity by recognizing the signs of stroke early and transporting patients to a stroke center. But where do you start with performance improvement when little is known about the differences between rural and urban stroke performance measures? The answer: It all starts with data.

ESO's Principal Research Scientist Antonio Fernandez, PhD, NRP, and Christine Greff, BSN, RN, SCRN, Cardiac and Stroke Coordinator at the North Dakota Department of Health and Human Services, will share how North Dakota leveraged state-level EMS data to evaluate prehospital stroke care, statewide, by utilizing evidence-based performance measures and developing rural-relevant performance improvement initiatives.
Plus, ESO's Senior Director of State and Federal Programs, Christopher Montera, MHL, BS, NR-P, will discuss how you can leverage your ESO software to gather data insights to drive similar initiatives.

Date: Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Time: 10-11 a.m. CT

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Antonio R. Fernandez, PhD, NRP

Principal Research Scientist, ESO

Christopher Montera

Senior Director of State and Federal Programs, ESO

Christine Greff, BSN, RN, SCRN

Cardiac and Stroke Systems Coordinator
Emergency Medical Systems at North Dakota Department of Health and Human Services