Mission: Lifeline Network



WELCOME TO THE MISSION LIFELINE NETWORK
The Mission: Lifeline® Network is a social network designed to provide healthcare and quality improvement professionals involved in STEMI and Cardiac Resuscitation System of Care a place to collaborate and share resources. If you are interested in developing a STEMI or Cardiac Resuscitation System, looking for resources to help improve the quality of your system, or just want to network and learn from the best, this is the place for you.

Anyone interested in improving the quality of care of all myocardial infarction patients can be a part of the Mission: Lifeline Network.

By Joining the Mission: Lifeline Network, you'll gain access to the following tools:







 

Register Your Hospital

Hospitals can register and start receiving information about Mission: Lifeline by submitting this form.

Register Your System


To begin registering your STEMI System with Mission: Lifeline, complete this online questionnaire. Your registration will help Mission: Lifeline better understand how STEMI Systems across the country operate.

 


 

Recent Blog Posts

“It may not be long before cardiovascular disease is no longer the leading cause of death” in the United States, said Dr. Michael Lauer, the director of the Division of Cardiovascular Sciences at the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. more...
Posted by Kerstin Wiggins on STEMI in the News Jun 28, 2015 10:32 PM CDT
Researchers from four institutions will explore why some Americans are hit harder by heart disease and what can be done about it. more...
Posted by Kerstin Wiggins on From AHA Jun 24, 2015 1:40 PM CDT
A two-tier regional stroke system of care, comprising Primary and Comprehensive Stroke Centers (CSCs), is being increasingly adopted throughout the United States and the world for efficient emergent management of patients with acute strokes. more...
Posted by Kerstin Wiggins on From AHA May 19, 2015 12:32 PM CDT
Nick Weber had his life all planned out. He had just graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and was studying to become a doctor. Then, at age 22, he had a heart attack.   more...
Posted by Kerstin Wiggins on STEMI Survivor Stories Apr 6, 2015 11:54 AM CDT

 

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