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High Impact Practices

   

 

 

 

 

 In 2006, the CHCA launched our High Impact Practices initiative to promote innovative practices in the home care sector and to facilitate learning and knowledge exchange among our stakeholders.

 

“High Impact Practices” are community based programs that improve the quality of life for clients and positively impact health care providers and our health care system.

 


Access to Care

Home is Best™

Developing an Integrated Primary and Home & Community Care System (British Columbia)

 

Community Care Dietitian Project

Nutritional Care Improves Client Outcomes and Reduces Hospital Admissions (British Columbia)

 

Home First
Maximizing use of investments while creating better outcomes for seniors and reducing ALC (Alternate Levels of Care) (Ontario)

 

Supporting Frail Seniors to Stay Safely at Home

Using a coordinated and integrated quality improvement approach to enhance care and maximize independence for frail seniors. (British Columbia)

Partnering for Patients

A partnership that brings care closer to home (Alberta)

 


Clinical Excellence
 

An Evidence-Based Approach to Wound Care

Target, measure, report and improve = enhanced client outcomes and cost savings (Pan-Canadian)

 

Clinical Pharmacy Services in Home Care

Optimizing medication regimens, reducing adverse events and increasing satisfaction (New Brunswick)

 

Enhanced Palliative Care Program

A strategy to enable timely access to end-of-life care (Ontario)

 


Technology & Innovation

 


STAR TRAK

Using Technology to Enhance Effective and Efficient Home Care Service Delivery (National)

 

TeleHomeCare CHF Program
Breaking down barriers to care regardless of where people live (British Columbia)
 

Bringing it all Home

Telehomecare in the Northern Lights Health Region (Alberta)

EMPcare@home

Technology achieves improved client self management of chronic disease and enables pre-emptive care. (New Brunswick)

 

 

Leadership and Governance

 

A Journey to Enable Better Care

Creating an efficient and mobile care coordination team.  (Ontario) 

The Maximum Utility Program

A unique model for optimizing equipment management in the home and community care setting (Ontario)

The Family Care Home Model

Facilitating Community Living for People with Acquired Brain Injury (British Columbia)