• 2016-19 Strategic Plan

    Better has no limit

    Health Quality Ontario’s new strategic plan sets
    the stage for our work over the next three years

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  • Taking Stock

    A report on the quality of mental health and addictions services in Ontario

    This report by Health Quality Ontario and Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) examines the impact of mental illness and addictions in Ontario, and looks at the quality of care provided to Ontarians dealing with them.

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  • Measuring Up 2015

    Health Quality Ontario’s yearly report
    on health system performance

    This yearly report looks at how the quality of care
    is changing in Ontario.

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  • Quality Matters

    A foundation for health system improvement

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  • Quality Is…

    Patient and caregivers from across Ontario
    share their perspectives on what quality in health care
    means to them. Watch the video by clicking the link below.

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  • Primary Care Practice Report

    Physicians are invited to sign up for their own customized report that contains data about their practice and can use the report to earn CME credits.

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  • Patient Engagement Tools and Resources

    We work with patients, families and health professionals across the system to gather and develop tools and resources to support their engagement efforts with each other.

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    • This February is Heart Month
      This February is Heart Month
      Health Quality Ontario marks Heart Month by releasing new funding recommendations for interventions that manage heart failure and stroke

      Heart disease and stroke are the leading causes of death and hospitalization in Canada. On February 8, 2016, Health Quality Ontario released new recommendations from the Ontario Health Technology Advisory Committee to publicly fund two treatments options: Left Ventricular Assist Devices for Destination Therapy and Mechanical Thrombectomy for acute Ischemic stroke.

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    • Participate in new Quality Standards Program
      Participate in new Quality Standards Program
      Health Quality Ontario is now accepting applications for committee members and new Quality Standard topics

      Health Quality Ontario has launched our new Quality Standards program. Find out how you can play a role in setting new standards for health care quality in Ontario. Quality Standards will be concise sets of easy-to-understand statements outlining the best care for patients with selected conditions, based on the best available evidence.

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    • Introducing our new Quality Standards program
      Dr. Irfan Dhalla
      Learn about Health Quality Ontario’s efforts to develop concise and easy-to-understand Quality Standards for patients and clinicians

      Read a new blog from Dr. Irfan Dhalla. This week, our Vice President of Evidence Development and Standards discusses our new Quality Standards program – and shares how you can get involved and “Help Set the Standard” for Ontario.

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    • New mental health and addictions report: Taking Stock
      New mental health and addictions report: Taking Stock
      A report on the quality of mental health and addictions services in Ontario

      Many Ontarians are not getting the mental health or addiction services they need, a new report finds. And some groups such as those with low incomes, residents of rural areas and new Canadians are sometimes at a disadvantage when it comes to accessing the services that exist.

      To learn more, read the report by Health Quality Ontario and ICES and our media release, The quality of mental health services varies across the province.

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    • Patient Video: Gord’s journey with schizoaffective disorder
      Patient Video: Gord’s journey with schizoaffective disorder
      Gord, 58, shares what life is like living with mental illness - how he fell through the cracks and started his road to recovery

      At first he saw flashes in people’s eyes, thought he was being followed by cars and then started to withdraw from friends and family. Gord was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder at the age of 17, and was hospitalized more than two dozen times, once for as long as a year.

      Over time, with the right medication, Gord’s condition improved. Now he thrives by helping other people transition from hospital to the community.

      Watch his story>
    • Video: Hear about our new strategic plan from our employees
      Video: Hear about our new strategic plan from our dedicated employees
      This video showcases some of the many dedicated employees who make Health Quality Ontario’s work possible

      Our team will play an integral role in taking the new strategic plan from vision to reality over the next three years.

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