Data Quality Improvement

Data Quality Improvement

Project Goal & Phases

  • Establish a valid, sustainable, and reliable performance monitoring system for the Champlain Mental Health and Addictions (MH&A) sector. 
    • Phase 1 initially targets the data quality improvement of the service volume and expense data and the selection of associated performance indicators from this data source, for the community mental health and addiction services functional centers. (Timeframe: 2016-17 background work with pilot sites; 2017-18 engagement with all agencies.)
    • Phase 2 targets indicator selection from other data sources and the completion of a performance monitoring system for the Champlain MHA sector.  (Timeframe: 2018-19 environmental scan and draft scorecard completed. Further development on pause since April 2019 due to health system transformation.)
    • Phase 3 will support continued and sustained performance monitoring practices. (Timeframe:  TBD)

Phase 1 Information and Products

Communications to MHA health service providers
Project Overview, Tools and Reports
List of Organizations and Functional Centres
Volumes and Expenses Data Summaries
  • Fiscal Year 2016-17
    • Champlain LHIN:  Community MH&A Service Expenses (Fund Types 1& 2) and Number of Agencies  –  Aggregated by Functional Centre.
    • All LHINs:  Community MH&A Service Expenses (Fund Type 2) and Activities – Aggregated by Service Provider, Functional Centre, and/or LHIN: interactive report (Excel pivot table) created from the Health Data Branch Web Portal Community MH&A Comparative Report 7b :  available upon request.

 

Phase 2 Information and Products:  Upcoming!

 

For More Information

  • For general information on data quality, OHRS standards and performance measurement found on our Publications/Reports page.
  • Questions may be directed to Mitsi Cardinal, Quality Improvement Decision Support Specialist at mitsi.cardinal@theroyal.ca

Champlain Pathways on Twitter

To provide helpful information to the community mental health and addictions sector, E-QIP has released a new resource to encourage client and family engagement. Check out the full article here: bit.ly/31SAy4y To access the tool, click here: bit.ly/31Qwimc

About 2 weeks ago from Champlain Pathways's Twitter via TweetDeck

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