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 Quality Improvement Plan

 

What is a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP)?

The Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) outlines our priorities and goals for improving quality and patient safety in the organization. The hospital’s QIP is a commitment to our patients, our staff, and to our community.

The Excellent Care for All Act (ECFAA), which was passed in 2010, requires all hospitals in the province to develop and publicly post an annual QIP to further improve the quality and safety of the care we provide. Long-term care (LTC) facilities are also required to develop an annual QIP.

 

Our 2019/20 Quality Improvement Plan (QIP)

 

The selection of the 2019/20 indicators reflects the priorities in our Strategic Plan, in alignment with the Quality Dimensions provided to Health Quality Ontario (HQO). These indicators are intended to address what is most important to our patients and community in terms of quality, access and sustainability.


The 2019/20 QIP priority indicators for the hospital:

Acute Care at Trillium Health Partners

1 Hospital Total Margin (GAAP) indicator target to be set by June 2019

2 Time to inpatient bed target assumes maintenance of funding for existing beds and surge beds.


Long Term Care at Trillium Health Partners3:


3 There are 21 Long Term Care (LTC) beds at Trillium Health Partners which are located at the McCall Centre of the Queensway Health Centre site.


 

For our 2019/20 Quality Improvement Plan, please click here »

For our 2018/19 Quality Improvement Plan, please click here »

For our 2017/18 Quality Improvement Plan, please click here »