Quality standards are a go-to resource for quality care. They are concise sets of easy-to-understand statements based on the best evidence.
Quality standards will:
Help patients, residents, families, and caregivers know what to ask for in their care (patient reference guides)
Help health care professionals know what care to offer, based on evidence and expert consensus (clinical guides)
Help health care organizations measure, assess, and improve the quality of care they provide
Help ensure consistent, high quality care across the province so that all Ontarians receive the best possible care.
For more information, contact QualityStandards@HQOntario.ca.
Below are our current quality standards:
Care for Patients in Hospitals and Residents in Long-Term Care Homes
Care for Adults and Adolescents
Care for Adults in Hospitals
A list of quality standards currently in development
This committee works in collaboration across the health care system to support quality care by strengthening uptake of quality standards and other clinical care standards
Submit a topic where there is potential to make significant improvements in the quality of care in Ontario
Please provide us with your input before quality standards are finalized
Learn the principles, process, methods, and roles involved in selecting, developing and implementing quality standards. For more information, contact QualityStandards@HQOntario.ca
Our Quality Standards Advisory Committees play a key role in informing our work at Health Quality Ontario. We are looking for health care professionals, patients, family members and caregivers
Patients, families and the public are central to improving health quality.
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