In 2017 the Florida Legislature approved plans for the creation of the Florida Stroke Registry (FSR), to be maintained and managed by the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

The FSR supports:

  1. Tracking the quality of stroke care statewide.
  2. Developing initiatives and interventions that are applicable statewide.
  3. Informing the delivery of evidence-based best practices to improve stroke outcomes.

Supporters

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MaryLynn Magar, Republican member of the Florida House of Representatives, talks about her personal stroke experience.


Thank you for your continued collaboration and participation!

Thanks to the collaboration of our participants, the Florida Stroke Registry currently comprises stroke data from over 90 Florida hospitals as of 2019.

The FSR is unique among acute stroke registries, in providing data-driven results for improving quality of care metrics and reducing race/ethnic, sex, and geographic stroke care disparities in the state of Florida.