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Quality Surgery: Improving surgical care in Ontario

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Ontario’s hospitals are always working toward better care, and that includes preventing complications at all stages of surgery. Our latest report, Quality Surgery: Improving Surgical Care in Ontario, looks at how an international quality improvement program is helping hospitals here make surgeries safer, and how well our hospitals compare to their international peers on surgical quality.

The report on surgical quality looks at:

  • How 29 participating hospitals in Ontario are doing across 14 indicators

  • How the program is already helping to improve care at hospitals in Ontario


ONTARIO SURGICAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT NETWORK

Learn about the Ontario Surgical Care Network and how quality data is improving surgical quality care

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SURGICAL NETWORK: AN EARLY PROGRESS REPORT

Learn more about how Ontario hospitals participating in this program are making progress

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HOSPITAL PATIENT SAFETY

 Learn about patient safety indicators across all Ontario hospitals

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