|The RCA’s Capacity Planning Framework and methodology support a standardized approach to planning and organizing rehabilitative care at the provincial and regional level. This approach:
- provides health care planners and providers with a simplified model to address local rehabilitative care needs now and in the future
- incorporates patient input, population data and various models of care so that plans are efficient, cost-effective and evidence-informed
- supports equitable access to rehabilitative care across the province.
|Community Rehab Capacity During the COVID-19 Pandemic – Survey Highlights (November 2020)
|Results of a Fall 2020 survey of providers of publicly funded outpatient/community and in-home rehabilitation services to assess the impact of the pandemic on their capacity.
|Hip Fracture Capacity Planning Canvas (March 2019)
|The final product of the RCA implementation of A Needs-based approach to rehabilitative care Capacity Planning for patients in Ontario post hip fracture.
|Capacity Planning Model – Brief Summary
|A brief overview of the methods used in developing the Capacity Planning Canvas and implementing the canvas for the hip fracture population in Ontario.
|The Capacity Planning Canvas – A Needs-Based Approach to Health System Capacity Planning
|A detailed process for undertaking a needs based approach to health system and regional capacity planning for identified populations.
|Capacity Planning Framework (March 2015)
|Framework outlines questions a rehab care system capacity plan must address in order to conduct a current state analysis, future state design, gap analysis and action plan
|Compendium of Recommendations for Conditions Typically Requiring Rehabilitative Care: A resource developed to support capacity planning (May 2019)
|Provides information on a number of conditions typically requiring rehabilitative care that can be used as a proxy for identifying unmet need. Is based on a review of current evidence and best practice guidelines, where available.