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The Canadian Hospital Reporting Project (CHRP)

April 4, 2012 The Ottawa Hospital welcomes the public release of the Canadian Hospital Reporting Project (CHRP) results. The CHRP is an initiative of the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) that provides information about the performance of Canadian acute care hospitals. The Ottawa Hospital uses the CHRP as one way to identify areas for improvement and compare performance to peer hospitals in Ontario.  For more information on the Canadian Hospital Reporting Project, please visit www.cihi.ca.

Though it’s more than a year old, this data from 2010/2011 shows that TOH performed well compared to its peers. However, there are some areas requiring improvement. The Ottawa Hospital has initiatives in planning and underway to address these specific areas and is committed to continuous quality improvement.

Clinical and financial indicators as compared to Ontario teaching hospitals

Clinical Indicators Financial Indicators
TOH is performing within the top 25% of Ontario teaching Hospitals Access

  • Hip Fracture Surgical Procedures Performed Within 48 Hours: Wait time across facilities

Effectiveness

  • 5-day In-hospital Mortality following Major Surgery (per 1,000)
  • 30-day In-hospital Mortality following Acute Myocardial Infarction (per 100)
  • Use of Coronary Angiography Following Acute Myocardial Infarction (per 100)
  • 28-day Readmission after Acute Myocardial Infarction (per 100)
  • 28-day Readmission after Stroke (per 100)
  • 90-day readmission after knee replacement

Safety

  • Obstetrical Trauma – Vaginal Delivery with Instrumentation (per 100)

 

TOH is performing at average levels compared to Ontario teaching Hospitals  Effectiveness

  • 30-day In-hospital Mortality following Stroke (per 100)
  • 90-day Readmission After Hip Replacement (per 100)

Appropriateness

  • Vaginal Birth After Caesarean Section (per 100)

Patient Safety

  • Nursing-Sensitive Adverse Events for Surgical Patients (per 1,000)
  • Obstetrical Trauma – Vaginal Delivery without Instrumentation (per 100)
Efficiency

  • Administrative Service Expense as a % of Total Expense
  • Cost per Weighted Case
TOH is performing within the lower 25% of Ontario teaching hospitals Appropriateness

  • Caesarean Section Rate: excl Pre-Term and Multiple Gestations (per 100)

Patient Safety

  • In-hospital Hip Fracture in Elderly (65+) (per 1,000)
  • Nursing-Sensitive Adverse Events for Medical Patients (per 1,000)