Problem Statement In January 2016, while reviewing targets for fiscal year end, it was noted that the timeliness of documentation in client records was not in accordance with Madison policies. This impacts on Madison’s ability to ensure safety for our clients and best meet their needs through effective planning. Aim By September 30, 2017, 100 […]Continue readingMadison Community Services: Quality Improvement of Case file Completion
E-QIP Project Profiles
Through the provincial E-QIP initiative, community mental health and addiction agencies across Ontario are realizing the value of incorporating quality improvement to make their services more accessible for those who need them most.
QI and data coaches associated with Excellence in Quality Improvement Project have been deployed to help participating agencies identify a key service or quality issues to address with QI principles. The E-QIP team is partnering with these organizations to create solutions that enhance program effectiveness for the benefit of clients and their families.
E-QIP is pleased to present the following project profiles.
Summary We have noticed that upon discharge from hospital there is no communication between hospital staff and St. Jude staff which creates a safety problem. Aim We will increase communication between hospital, health service providers and St Jude staff regarding discharge with a minimum of one contact per hospitalization for 100 percent of hospital approved […]Continue readingSt. Jude Community Homes: Coordinated Discharge Planning
Problem Statement Many clients have complex needs and as a result there are clients who exhibit inappropriate behavior (i.e. aggressiveness) and receive a service restriction. Restrictions impact the client’s ability to access services; negatively impact client/staff relationship; and do not change client behavior. Aim To reduce the average time length of restrictions by 30 percent […]Continue readingSt. Stephen’s Community House: Reduce Corner Drop-in Restrictions
Problem Statement There is a lack of data of the experience of the participants of the Salus Running Group. Aim To increase the quality of life (anxiety, self-esteem) of clients who participate in the Salus Running Group by 15 percent by December 31, 2017. EQIP Support to the Project QI coach: Linda Saunders Data Coach: […]Continue readingOttawa Salus: Running Group – The Client Experience
Problem Statement Improve access to Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT) Program. Aim ACTT will reduce the number of clients on active caseload who score 2.8 or greater on the ACTT Transitional Readiness (ATR) by June 30, 2017 by 15 percent EQIP Support to the Project QI Coach: Kim Elke Data Coach: Andrew Span Project Overview […]Continue readingCMHA Kenora Branch: Increase Fluidity of the Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTTT)