Available Reports for Rehabilitation 2003
Selected findings from this report also appear in summary reports that are available for each of the five Ontario Hospital Association regions. The summary reports also contain highlighted findings from our 2003 acute care, complex continuing care, and emergency department care reports.

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.



Reporting Focus:
System level

Analysis 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.

Data Baseline:
System Integration and Change Indicators: 2002 
Clinical Utilization and Outcomes Indicators: 2000-2002 
Client Perspectives indicators: 2002
Financial Performance and Condition Indicators: 2001-2002

Coverage:
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.

Contributors:
Cheryl Cott, Susan Jaglal, Imtiaz Daniel, Jean Drumm, Crystal MacKay, Frank Markel, Linda McGillis Hall, Ian McKillop, George H. Pink, Leslie Soever.