Ontario Stroke Report Cards and Progress Report 2017: Setting the Bar Higher
Ontario stroke patients are getting into rehabilitation care earlier and more patients are meeting length of stay (LOS) targets, according to new research from the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) and the Ontario Stroke Network (OSN).
Ontario Stroke Evaluation Report 2016: A Focus on Stroke Rehabilitation
The majority of patients admitted to Ontario’s acute care hospitals for stroke require rehabilitation. Stroke rehabilitation improves independence, reduces hospitalization, saves lives and should be considered the standard of care for stroke survivers. Stroke rehabilitation crosses all care settings including — depending on the extent of the disability — acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, ambulatory clinical care, and home-based and community care.