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Redefining the delivery of rehabilitative care

“Rehabilitative Care” is a broad range of interventions that result in the improved physical, mental and social well-being of those suffering from injury, illness or chronic disease. The Rehabilitative Care Alliance, an Ontario-wide collaborative, is working together with stakeholders to standardize rehabilitative care. Funded by all 14 LHINs, the Alliance aims to improve long term clinical outcomes for Ontarians and increase community capacity so that people have access to rehabilitative care when and where they need it.

What’s New

LHINs begin implementing provincial standards

Jun 2, 2016 LHINs have taken the first step towards implementing the new... Read more

Pilot to gather outpatient ambulatory data underway

Jun 2, 2016 The RCA has launched its provincial pilot of a data reporting... Read more

RCA leads initiative to support LHIN capacity planning

Jun 2, 2016 The RCA is leading an initiative to support the 14 LHINs as they... Read more

Measuring the ROI of Assess & Restore projects

Jun 2, 2016 The RCA is working with the LHINs to demonstrate the value for... Read more

RCA establishing indicators/benchmarks for system evaluation

Jun 2, 2016 Standardized performance evaluation across LHINs is soon to be a... Read more

Developing rehab pathways to support QBP Handbooks

Jun 2, 2016 Following an extensive review process, RCA working groups have... Read more

Sharing the RCA model for change

Jun 2, 2016 The RCA's successful model for implementing system change could... Read more
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