COMPARATIVE OUTCOME OF STROKE PATIENTS ADMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS HOSPITAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES SYSTEM
Comparative Outcome Of Stroke Patients Admitted To The University Of Illinois Hospital And Health Sciences System
UI Health was one of the 1st hospitals in Illinois to become a Joint Commission Designated Primary Stroke Center in 2005 and in 2015 achieved becoming 1 of only 5 Joint Commission Designated Comprehensive Stroke Centers in the city of Chicago.
The percentage data below compares mortality and the likelihood to be discharged home, to those patients treated at comparative facilities within the Chicagoland area.
|Discharged to home care or self care|
|University of Illinois and Health Science System||44%|
|University Hospital in Chicago area A *||35%|
|University Hospital in Chicago area B *||38%|
|University Hospital in Chicago area C *||47%|
*Local University-associated Hospital in the Chicago Area
Diagnosis Include: Cerebral Hemorrhage, Stroke, Subarachnoid Hemorrhage, Subarachnoid Hemorrhage w/ Coma, Subdural Hemorrhage
Source: University Hospital Consortium. The numbers represent annual percentages for the time period 2020 Quarter 1, 2020 Quarter 2, 2020 Quarter 3 and 2020 Quarter 4
UI HEALTH QUALITY OF CARE METRICS
Care measures are used to evaluate the quality of care provided to patients. This chart compares UI Health compliance to the National Rate of compliance in 2019 on 5 of the stroke quality measures. We are very proud to have achieved 100% in 4 metrics and over 99%on the 5th one!
ACUTE STROKE INTERVENTION INFORMATION
UI Health has been a Joint Commission Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center since 2015. This means that we are able to offer the most advanced acute stroke interventions to help control complications as well as reverse the neurological effects of the stroke itself. We provide advanced care to increasing numbers of stroke patients in the Chicagoland area.
* 2021 Annualized based on Jan-Mar 2021 data