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Musculoskeletal (MSK) Rehabilitation

Developing an Outpatient Rehabilitation Model of Care for Patients Post-Hip Fracture (June 2014)
The GTA Rehab Network interviewed key informants, conducted a literature review and met with a consultation group to recommend a standardized, optimal model of care in outpatient rehabilitation for patients post-hip fracture. The report summarizes the process undertaken in this initiative and the proposed model of care.

Outpatient Rehabilitation Model of Care Following Primary, Elective Total Joint Replacement (Summary Report) (June 2014)
The GTA Rehab Network developed this standardized model of care to ensure patients experience a smooth transition from acute care to outpatient rehabilitation. The summary report includes a variety of tools and forms, including care pathways; processes in the pre-op, acute care admission and outpatient rehab phases; pre-operative triage considerations for referrals; and a referral form for the post-op phase. 

Outpatient Rehabilitation

Outpatient Rehabilitation Access and Transition Indicators 2015-16 FY: Summary Report (September 2016)
Working with data gathered by rehabilitation hospital in the Toronto Central LHIN, the GTA Rehab Network summarizes system-level findings in the outpatient rehabilitation sector related to admission wait time; referral and admission volumes; and rates and reasons for decline and cancellation of referrals for total joint replacement, hip fracture and stroke rehabilitation. Participating outpatient rehabilitation programs also shared process changes implemented to improve data quality. 

Piloting a Minimum Dataset for Outpatient Rehabilitation: Lessons Learned (February 2015)
The GTA Rehab Network, in partnership with the Toronto Central LHIN, identified and piloted a common minimum dataset of performance measures for TJR and stroke outpatient rehabilitation programs from November 2013 to March 2014. The pilot focused on two quadrants of the Network's performance framework (access and transition, and financial performance). 

Developing a Performance Framework for Outpatient Rehabilitation (February 2013)
The GTA Rehab Network proposed this measurement framework to encourage discussion among key stakeholders about standardized performance measures for outpatient rehabilitation. The framework proposes measuring effectiveness and efficiency within four quadrants: patient experience, clinical outcomes, access and transition, and financial performance.

Developing an Outpatient Rehabilitation Model of Care for Patients Post-Hip Fracture (June 2014)
See Musculoskeletal (MSK) Rehabilitation

Outpatient Rehabilitation Model of Care Following Primary, Elective Total Joint Replacement (Summary Report) (June 2014)
See Musculoskeletal (MSK) Rehabilitation