Nous strive to deliver exceptional care - every person, every day.
As of December 31, 2012, the 14 CCACs in Ontario have received accreditation with incredible results from an external body. This achievement demonstrates another facet of the CCAC's proactive work in terms of collaboration in achieving the objectives outlined in the Excellence in Care Act . Although CCACs can be accredited by different organizations -
Accreditation Canada , or the
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
(CARF) international (Commission on the accreditation of rehabilitation centers), the objective remains the same: to assess the quality of care and services offered to patients, and to compare quality improvement initiatives with national standards for the provision of quality health care.
Quality improvement plans (pk)
CCACs are committed to providing high quality care and a superior patient experience. QIPs provide advice and guidance on quality improvement initiatives. Overall, the goal is to improve the quality of services offered to patients under
the Excellent Care Act . These plans are under development and should be available to the general public by April 2014.
In order to improve the quality of home and community care, we are implementing a results-based care approach. Through a team-based approach, results-based care uses best practices to achieve positive outcomes for people with similar needs, such as those who need to heal an injury or improve their mobility at home. following hip or knee surgery.
See the Results-Oriented Care section »