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.
|RCA Data Tracker for NCL Bundled Care Expansion (August 2019)||
This data tracker has been provided for outpatient rehab providers to capture the necessary data that will be submitted to NACRS Clinic Lite for their bundled care patients. It provides one central location where the data required for NARCS Clinic Lite reporting can be stored before and after submission to NACRS Clinic Lite.
|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.|