The State of Stroke Rehabilitation in Ontario: 2016 Focus Report of the Ontario Stroke Network was released November 22nd. This report documents improvements made in stroke rehabilitative care in Ontario from 2011/12 to 2014/15. It presents detailed information on stroke survivor outcomes and implementation of best practices in rehabilitation at multiple levels of analysis.
Stroke Evaluation Report 2016 – Rehab
The LHIN Stroke Report Card provides a high level snapshot of stroke prevention and care. Page one of the report card includes the indicators/performance measures using a colour coded system to highlight LHIN performance as follows:
Green: Indicates exemplary performance, benchmark achieved or within 5% absolute/relative difference from the benchmark;
Yellow: Indicates acceptable, at or above the 50th percentile and > 5% absolute/relative difference from the benchmark;
Red: Indicates poor performance, with outcomes below the 50th percentile;
White: Indicates the benchmark methodology is still in development.
Page 2 of the Stroke Report Card contains the Stroke Progress Report and Page 3 contains the Provincial Results. The report is accompanied by an interpretation of the data noting areas of progress/success, opportunities for improvement and planned actions.
This report summarizes provincial and local trends in stroke care indicators from various data sources, including emergency care, acute care, rehabilitation and community stroke care.