Health Quality Ontario,.

A Primary Care Performance Measurement Framework for Ontario

Includes bibliographical references. 'A strong primary care sector can serve as a solid foundation for a high-performing health systems, which is why Ontario has focused on strengthening primary care delivery in the province.'--Executive summary. Subject(s): Primary health care - Ontario - Evaluation. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: July 30, 2015.

Colon Capsule Endoscopy for the Detection of Colorectal Polyps

Includes bibliographical references. 'The objectives of this analysis were to evaluate the diagnostic accuracy and safety of colon capsule endoscopy for the detection of colorectal polyps among adult patients with signs or symptoms of colorectal cancer or with increased risk of colorectal cancer, and to compare colon capsule endoscopy with alternative procedures.' --Objectives. Subject(s): Intestinal polyps - Diagnosis., Endoscopy., Colon (Anatomy) - Cancer - Diagnosis., Rectum - Cancer - Diagnosis. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Dec. 23, 2015.

Colon capsule endoscopy for the detection of colorectal polyps

'July 2015'. Includes bibliographical references. 'The objectives of this analysis were to evaluate the cost-effectiveness and the impact on the Ontario health budget of implementing colon capsule endoscopy for detecting advanced colorectal polyps among adult patients who have been referred for computed tomographic (CT) colonography.' --Objectives. Subject(s): Endoscopy - Cost effectiveness., Colon (Anatomy) - Cancer - Diagnosis - Cost effectiveness., Rectum - Cancer - Diagnosis - Cost effectiveness., Intestinal polyps - Diagnosis - Cost effectiveness.

Connecting the Dots for Patients

Includes bibliographical references. 'This report compares the responses of Ontario family doctors with those of family doctors in other Canadian provinces and in 11 OECD countries, as part of the 2015 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey of Primary Care Doctors. The survey focuses on how they experience coordinating care with other health care providers and sectors of the health system.

Connecting the Dots for Patients

Includes bibliographical references. 'This report compares the responses of Ontario family doctors with those of family doctors in other Canadian provinces and in 11 OECD countries, as part of the 2015 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey of Primary Care Doctors. The survey focuses on how they experience coordinating care with other health care providers and sectors of the health system.

Connecting the Dots for Patients. (French content)

Includes bibliographical references. 'This report compares the responses of Ontario family doctors with those of family doctors in other Canadian provinces and in 11 OECD countries, as part of the 2015 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey of Primary Care Doctors. The survey focuses on how they experience coordinating care with other health care providers and sectors of the health system.

Connecting the Dots for Patients. (French content)

Includes bibliographical references. 'This report compares the responses of Ontario family doctors with those of family doctors in other Canadian provinces and in 11 OECD countries, as part of the 2015 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey of Primary Care Doctors. The survey focuses on how they experience coordinating care with other health care providers and sectors of the health system.

Experiencing Integrated Care

Includes bibliographical references. 'Using data from the 2014 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey of Older Adults, we looked at selected survey questions related to communication (among health care providers and with patients) and care coordination. The results tell us, from the patient's perspective, how well different parts of the health system are working together, and they provide a valuable perspective on how Ontarians' experiences compare to those of people in other Canadian provinces and other countries.

Fecal Microbiota Therapy for Clostridium difficile Infection : A Health Technology Assessment.

Includes appendix. Includes bibliographical references. 'Fecal microbiota therapy is increasingly being used to treat patients with Clostridium difficile infection. This health technology assessment primarily evaluated the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of fecal microbiota therapy compared with the usual treatment (antibiotic therapy). Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Aug. 19, 2016.

Health Quality Ontario 2014-15 to 2016-17 Business Plan

'We will develop a comprehensive strategy that will enable us to monitor health system performance and report to both the public and providers in a scientifically rigorous and transparent manner. We will also develop a communications strategy that focuses on engaging patients and specific sectors of the public in our shared mandate to improve the health system.'--Executive Summary. Subject(s): Community health services - Ontario, Primary health care - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Apr. 1, 2015.

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