In a pivotal meeting, Rupal Sedani, Global Manager of RES-Q, recently convened data managers from nine hospitals in Nepal to stress the importance of data-driven quality monitoring in stroke care. Further, she provided a hands-on onboarding process into RES-Q.

Stroke care quality is a critical concern in Nepal, as it is globally. Rapid and precise stroke care can significantly impact patient outcomes and quality of life. At the meeting, the focus was on the vital role of standardized data collection and analysis, which allows healthcare providers to benchmark their performance and improve patient care.

Today, in an intensive training session, participants delved into the nuances of data collection, analysis, and sharing best practices. The aim is to elevate the overall standard of stroke care in Nepal. This initiative sets the stage for a brighter future in stroke care across the country. 

Manipal Hospital, guided by Ashim Subedi, serves as an exemplary model of how effective data-driven quality monitoring can yield remarkable results in stroke care. Their commitment to best practices and the application of data-driven insights has not only improved patient outcomes but also set a benchmark for other hospitals in Nepal to emulate. Today’s training session draws inspiration from such success stories, inspiring data managers from the other hospitals to replicate Manipal’s achievements and push the boundaries of stroke care quality in Nepal even further.

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