Bundled care — a model for integrated care and funding — is expanding across Ontario following the provincial pilot for hip and knee replacements. The RCA is supporting this work in two ways:
|NACRS Clinic Lite for Outpatient Rehab Data Collection|
|NACRS Clinic Lite Data Requirements Document (download) (June 2019)||
Reference tool to ensure the quality and comparability of outpatient/ambulatory rehabilitation data reported to CIHI's National Ambulatory Care Reporting System (NACRS). Provides information on how to complete the summary record, including detailed data element descriptions and collection instructions.
|NACRS Clinic Lite Webinars:
Educational sessions and additional information on how to use NACRS Clinic Lite for the collection of outpatient/ambulatory rehab utilization data.
|HQO Quorum site for bundled funding||
Health Quality Ontario's Bundled Care Community of Practice (login required). A resource that provides support to enable successful implementation of bundled care and funding.
|Supporting Bundled Care with Best Practices|
|Total Joint Replacement Framework (March 2017 / Rev January 2018)||Includes the framework, referral decision tree and process indicators to support performance monitoring of QBP-related outcomes.
|Supplemental Information and Results of Minimum Data Set Pilots|
|Final report detailing the methodology and results from the 2016 provincial proof of concept of the outpatient/ambulatory minimum dataset (NACRS Clinic Lite, Community Rehab Assessment and WatLX™).|
Summary of Provincial Data of the Proof of Concept (March 2017)
|Provincial overview of the data collected during the outpatient/ambulatory provincial proof of concept.|
|Results of the survey to understand data collected by MOHLTC-funded outpatient/ambulatory rehab programs and implications of minimum data set.|