Quality Improvement Plan
Our quality improvement plan (QIP) sets the goals and priorities for improving the quality of care we provide to patients. This is a key plan for ensuring a quality patient experience.
The 2017/18 QIP represents an exciting milestone and opportunity for Scarborough and Rouge Hospital (SRH) — a newly-merged organization currently in a period of transition. This is the organization’s first QIP, and it sets the stage for establishing SRH as a high-performing, patient-centered provider of excellent quality care.
Scarborough and Rouge Hospital 2017/18 Quality Improvement Plan
More information on QIPs
Quality improvement plans are legislative requirements. The Excellent Care for All Act (2010) is meant to promote a culture of continuous quality improvement in health care, where the needs of patients come first. Through this Act, the Ontario government requires many health-care organizations and providers to develop a QIP every year, and make that plan available to the public. This includes all hospitals; as well as primary care organizations, like teams of family doctors and community health centres; Community Care Access Centres that look after home care; and long-term-care homes.
These plans are an opportunity to highlight an organization's commitment to:
Delivering high-quality health care;
Creating a positive patient experience;
Ensuring that it is responsive and accountable to the public;
Holding its executive team accountable for its achievement; and
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