The Link to Comprehensive, Coordinated Stroke Care

As a provider or health system, you know the facts – that complications occur in the majority of hospitalized stroke patients, that readmissions and recurrences happen all too frequently and that risk factors go largely uncontrolled when those patients leave the hospital. We know patients require on-going and comprehensive care and education to support their long-term journey back to health.

Improvements can be made to today’s stroke care through the implementation of an integrated stroke practice unit that starts with the earliest care in the emergency room through the full hospital stay and linking the same level of stroke-specific care and coordination into the post-acute and chronic care stages. Stroke Link Health does just that while utilizing telehealth to ensure connectivity is maintained between stroke experts in the hospital and the stroke team providing both in-person and virtual care management in the home and post-acute environment.

The Stroke Link Health Model…


Links the Care Continuum

Connects stroke care and coordination from the acute (inpatient) stage to the post-acute and chronic care needs across an entire year for patients and families.

Focuses on Long Term Patient Outcomes and Engagement

Provides monthly stroke resources that wrap clinical care and education around the patient’s and family’s needs through in-person and virtual care management.


Reduces Cost with Proactive Care Management

Proactively supports patient’s immediate and long-term care needs to reduce readmission and stroke recurrence while improving key risk factor control elements.

Our Proven Model Improves Patient Outcomes & Reduces Immediate and Long-Term Cost of Care.

By integrating and coordinating care using a proven stroke care model that extends outside of the hospital care, we are able to see game-changing results in stroke patients and the impact on the family and caregivers, including lower stroke recurrence and hospital readmissions and increased functional outcomes. 

The Results of Our Model Include:


Fewer complications

20% reduction in complications during acute stroke phase


Lower stroke recurrence

11% reduction in stroke recurrence


Reduced readmissions

15% reduction in hospital readmissions


Lower costs

25% reduction in total cost of care across 12 months

Controlled blood pressure

111% increase in patients having blood pressure controlled


Higher medication adherence and control

90% increase in patients having controlled cholesterol & appropriate statin medication


Controlled diabetes

183% increase in patients having diabetes controlled


Improved Patient Experience

Increase patient experience through long-term patient and family engagement

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Providers, particularly hospitals that are certified stroke programs, are well-positioned to deliver the highest level of acute stroke care interventions and services. But, the expertise and ability to extend that level of dedicated and expert care across the full continuum for an extended time frame into the post-acute and chronic stages is limited.

The Stroke Link Health impact begs the question – why doesn’t every stroke program and payor implement this? Good question. Contact us and let us know what health system and insurance provider you would like us to partner with so you and your loved ones can receive better stroke care.