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    Emergency - Trauma Care

    There are significant gaps in our trauma and emergency health care delivery systems, and trauma is the leading killer of Americans under the age of 44. The CNS have worked tirelessly to urge Congress to provide the full funding for trauma and emergency care regionalization programs, which will support grants to states to improve critically needed state‚Äźwide trauma care systems and pilot projects to develop models for regionalizing emergency care. As recommended by the National Academy of Medicine (formerly the Institute of Medicine) in its groundbreaking 2006 report, “the objective of regionalization is to improve patient outcomes by directing patients to facilities with optimal capabilities of any given type of illness or injury.”

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    The CNS is dedicated to reducing the occurrence, disabilities and death associated with stroke. On a regular basis organized neurosurgery participates with various organizations like the Brain Attack Coalition and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke to see how we can help facilitate that elected officials have a better understanding of how changes in health care and other public policies can help prevent strokes.

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