Did a Quality Improvement Collaborative Make Stroke Care Better?

​Power M, Tyrrell PJ, Rudd AG, Tully MP, Dalton D, Marshall M, Chappell I, Corgié D, Goldmann D, Webb D, Dixon-Woods M, Parry G. Did a quality improvement collaborative make stroke care better? A cluster randomized trial. Implementation Science. 2014 Apr 1;9(1):40.

In this study, 24 NHS hospitals in the Northwest of England were randomly allocated to participate either in Stroke 90:10, a quality improvement collaborative (QIC) based on the IHI Breakthrough Series (BTS) model, or in a control group giving normal care. Some aspects of stroke care modestly improved during the collaborative. The extent to which a BTS QIC can improve quality of stroke care remains uncertain, as some aspects of care may respond better to collaboratives than others.

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[See related article: How collaborative are quality improvement collaboratives: A qualitative study in stroke care]

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