You can find a collection of all of HQO's videos on our YouTube channel.
Learn more about HQO's yearly report on the health care system in Ontario.
HARP is a new tool that helps health care providers identify patients at-risk of future hospitalization.
Learn more about evidence-based analyses produced by the Evidence Development and Standards team as well as links to OHTAC recommendations.
The initiative was designed to help health care professionals to provide better integrated care for people with complex chronic disease and advocate appropriate use of health system resources.
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This report provides a snapshot
of the current
state of antipsychotic medication use
in Ontario long-term care homes.
This report compares Ontario's performance with
the rest of Canada and 10 other countries.
HQO is bringing the internationally recognized
program to Ontario to improve surgical
outcomes and patient experiences.
Measuring Up offers a comprehensive picture of health care quality in Ontario.
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.
Spotlight On: Critical Incident Learning
ISMP Canada’s bulletin, Critical Incident Learning, informs hospitals of critical incidents and provides strategies to help prevent similar incidents. Read the most recent issue by visiting ISMP Canada’s website.
Take your QI knowledge and skills to the next level with IDEAS
Applications are now being accepted for the final IDEAS Advanced Quality Improvement Learning Program of 2015/16. To find out more about the IDEAS initiative and to apply for the Advanced course, click on the link below. Deadline for applications is August 28.
HQO Releases New Recommendations
Colon Capsule Endoscopy for the Detection of Colorectal Polyps
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Looking for Balance provides a snapshot of the current state of antipsychotic medication use in Ontario long-term care homes.
To learn more, read the report and our media release, Antipsychotic drug use varies widely across Ontario long-term care homes .
Read our CEO’s latest blog. This week, Dr. Tepper discusses the upcoming launch of HQO’s personalized reports that allow long-term care physicians to access information and data on individual, regional and provincial-levels to inform improvement efforts.
The Primary Care Patient Experience Survey is a tool that will help primary care providers gain a deeper understanding of their patients’ experiences of care. It includes questions designed to support primary care organizations as they collect patient experience information for quality improvement and for their annual Quality Improvement Plans.
Become part of a forum to share experiences about Ontario’s health care system and to provide input into HQO’s work focused on improving the quality of health care in Ontario.
Learn how to improve home and community care services using evidence-based best practices, quality improvement methodology, and tools and resources to help you implement practices and measure outcomes.
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