In 2006, surgeon Ara Darzi identified several key areas, including acute stroke care, for the improvement of health care throughout London. In response to his fundamental call to action stroke care was around eight hyper-acute stroke units covering five London sectors and replaces the more than thirty units previously delivered acute stroke care. This case profiles the roll-out of the new care delivery model in North Central London, where acute stroke care been fragmented before f … Read more »

In 2006, surgeon Ara Darzi identified several key areas, including acute stroke care, for the improvement of health care throughout London. In response to his fundamental call to action stroke care was around eight hyper-acute stroke units covering five London sectors and replaces the more than thirty units previously delivered acute stroke care. This case profiles the roll-out of the new care delivery model in North Central London, where acute stroke care previously under five acute hospital trusts were fragmented with different care resources, capacities and protocols. In the new model of stroke care in facilities in an integrated manner would be supplied are designated by a single hyper-acute care facility for the acute and severe cases.
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Michael E. Porter,
James Mountford,
Kamalini Ramdas,
Samuel Takvorian
Source: Harvard Business School
15 pages.
Release Date: 5th June 2012. Prod #: 712 496 PDF-ENG
Reconfiguration Stroke Care North Central London HBR case solution