Available Reports for Complex Continuing Care 2001

Hospital Report 2001: Complex Continuing Care is the first volume in the Hospital Report series to focus specifically on complex continuing care services in Ontario.

This report was produced by researchers within the Hospital Report Research Collaborative.

Performance indicators are presented for four key areas of hospital activity - system integration and change, clinical utilization and outcomes, patient/family satisfaction, and financial performance and condition.

Reporting Focus:
System level

Analysis Available:
Results are summarized by type of hospital (small, medium, large/freestanding) and/or by Ontario Hospital Association geographic region, depending upon the quadrant.

Data Baseline:
System Integration and Change Indicators: 2001 
Clinical Utilization and Outcomes Indicators: 1999-2000 
Patient/Family Satisfaction Indicators: 2001 
Financial Performance and Condition Indicators: 1999-2000

Results are reported for 81 hospital corporation/partnerships (representing 109 hospital sites) accounting for 95% of the patient days reported for complex continuing care in Ontario in 1999/2000.

Gary F. Teare, Adalsteinn D. Brown, G. Ross Baker, Paula Blackstien-Hirsch, Imtiaz Daniel, John P. Hirdes, Barb van Maaris, Frank Markel, Linda McGillis Hall, Ian McKillop, George H. Pink, Nicole Taylor.