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Site-Specific Education Significantly Improves Door-In-Door-Out Times within a Large TeleStroke Network

16:15 PM August 29th
Angeliqua Pochart, MS, Quality Improvement Coordinator, University of Utah Hospital

DIDO is becoming an important metric in closing the gap for long term disability in Stroke Patients. Targeted, customized education can significantly reduce DIDO times in a subset of sites of a large TS network.-intervention mean DIDO time was 185 min for the whole network, 192 (SD 106) for the intervention sites (n=13 transfers), 164 (SD 63) for the control (n=8) (p=NS). Post-intervention, DIDO times were mean 125 min for the network, 90 (SD 28) for intervention sites (n=9 transfers), 148 (SD 75) for controls (n=13) (p<0.02); p<0.005 for intervention site DIDO change between quarters. Targeted, customized education can significantly reduce DIDO times in a subset of sites of a large TS network. We hope to use this information to facilitate sustainable, reproducible improvement in DIDO times across all our TS sites.
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