The RCA's Direct Access Priority Process (DAPP) supports early identification of individuals with restorative potential who require inpatient rehabilitative care and facilitates referrals directly from the community. This streamlined process helps individuals receive timely access to rehabilitation by removing acute care as the sole point of access to rehabilitative care beds.
DAPP is being implemented by various health service providers across the province.
|Direct Access Priority Process (DAPP) Tools|
|Direct Access Priority Process (DAPP) (March 2015)||
The three-step DAPP process include:
DAPP Toolkit (March 2015)
|Tools to support DAPP implementation|
|Assessment Urgency Algorithm (March 2015)||Standardized provincial screening tool used to support DAPP|
|Provincial Standard Referral Form for Rehab/CCC (March 2015)||Standardized provincial referral form used to support DAPP|
|Q&A - Checklist to Rule Out an Acute Cause of Recent Funtional Decline (October 2014)||Answers to common questions about the checklist|
|Direct Access Priority Process (DAPP) Logic Model (March 2017)||Logic model to demonstrate the collective impact of A&R-funded initiatives focused on implementing DAPP|
|Process and Outcome Indicators (March 2015)||Process and outcome indicators to support evaluation of the effectiveness of DAPP|