What is MSIN?
The Multiple Sclerosis Implementation Network (MSIN) is a patient-driven collaborative improvement, implementation, and innovation research network that connects participating MS care centers across the country. In sharing data and experiences, participating centers can learn from each other with the goals of outcome and care improvement for people living with multiple sclerosis.
MSIN is founded in collaboration between the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) a leading national organization focused on improving lives today and dedicated to patient-centric MS care and research; the University of Texas, focusing on population health and implementation science in the MS space; and Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, a collaborator with a strong focus on improving outcomes for those living with MS.
WHAT OUR PARTNERS ARE SAYING
"I am excited to be a part of MSIN because it is an initiative that places people with MS at the center. It will not only collect meaningful information for research, but create a unique ecosystem that fosters collaboration, improvement and innovation. MSIN has the potential to transform the way MS care is delivered!"
Leorah Freeman, MD, PhD
Dell Medical School
The University of Texas at Austin
"We are thrilled to launch the Multiple Sclerosis Implementation Network as the first step in truly advancing improvement in MS care. This collaborative will leverage MSAA’s leadership and expertise in convening all voices of the MS community to focus on a single effort of implementing best practices in a foundational and sustaining way. The results of this project will impact quality of MS care for years to come by accelerating adoption of quality metrics and positioning those living with MS both at the center of the initiative and as leadership drivers of research objectives."
"As a person living with MS, I am thrilled to be part of a collaborative effort to improve care. Through MSIN, I can be both informed and involved in my treatment through instant access to my personal health data and the data generated by MSIN studies. "
Person Living with MS
St. Augustine, FL
Gina Ross Murdoch
President & CEO
Multiple Sclerosis Association of America