We are delighted to report that WSO is one of 21 partners in a consortium led by Prof Robert Mikulik that recently received a Horizon Europe grant for the RES-Q+ project, a comprehensive solution for improving acute stroke care and the life of patients after stroke.
WSO, together with the Angels Initiative and the Stroke Alliance for Europe (SAFE) are responsible for the coordination of communication and dissemination related to the project, which will run for next 4 years.
Health Management Institute is NGO, Not-for-profit organization, which operates the global registry of stroke care quality (RES-Q), focused on improving stroke care, originally an initiative of the European Stroke
Organisation under the ESO EAST Program (Enhancing and Accelerating Stroke Treatment). The Registry is supported by the European Stroke Organisation. Furthermore RES-Q also partners with WSO, American Heart Association/ American Stroke Association (AHA/ ASA) and other stakeholders.
As on date more than 2,100 hospitals from all over the world are registered in RES-Q from 92 countries, with 580,000+ patients. Goal of RES-Q registry is to provide evidence of the quality of stroke care to individual hospitals and countries
RES-Q+ project is an EU funded project, would offer comprehensive solution for improving healthcare using existing RES-Q platform by:
RES-Q+ project is considered the beginning of a revolution in healthcare, which will lead to the automation of a number of processes.
(Kick off meeting in Prague 22 – 24 November, 2023)
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This project which will run for 4 years, will bring several new products that will make the doctors´ work easier, improve acute stroke care and also improve the lives of patients after stroke.
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Achieving our vision of a life free from stroke is a task that WSO cannot achieve alone. We are committed to building our partnerships at the global, regional and national level to scale up and deliver improvements in prevention, treatment and support to reduce the burden of stroke.