Hospital Report 2003: Rehabilitation is a system level report that uses a balanced scorecard approach to report on the performance of Ontario hospitals that provide rehabilitation in designated rehabilitation beds. The balanced scorecard format follows the following four quadrants: System Integration and Change, Clinical Utilization and Outcomes, Client Perspectives, and Financial Performance and Condition.
This report focuses on one component of the rehabilitation continuum of care - publicly-funded designated adult inpatient rehabilitation beds. The objectives of this report are to present and describe the status of inpatient rehabilitation from a performance perspective with respect to quality, efficiency, accessibility, and financial performance.
Future reports will provide hospital-specific information. This report supports both quality improvement and accountability objectives for inpatient rehabilitation.
A Technical Summary describing the methodological approach used to develop the report is available.
Three classifications are used: above average performance, provincial average performance, and below average performance.
Results are summarized at the provincial, regional, and peer group levels.
System Integration and Change Indicators: 2002
Clinical Utilization and Outcomes Indicators: 2000-2002
Client Perspectives indicators: 2002
Financial Performance and Condition Indicators: 2001-2002
45 of 51 for the System Integration & Change Indicators, 35 of 51 for the Client Utilization & Outcomes Indicators, and 51 of 51 for the Financial Performance and Condition Indicators.
, Susan Jaglal, Imtiaz Daniel, Jean Drumm, Crystal MacKay, Frank Markel, Linda McGillis Hall, Ian McKillop
, George H. Pink, Leslie Soever.