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CSSS du Grand Littoral implemented remote intelligent clinical monitoring (RICM) for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD). Using equipment installed in their home, people registered for this service send daily clinical data to a team of nurses and respiratory...Read More
CSSS du Grand Littoral established an intensive monitoring team responsible for mental health services. In developing these services, the CSSS was inspired by the PACT (Program of Assertive Community Treatment) model, widely recognized in scientific literature as an...Read More
A project to reorganize care, services, and work in the operating room, has reduced the time between surgeries and shortened waiting lists in several disciplines, especially ophthalmology. This approach was noticed by Ministry authorities and several practitioners in...Read More
CSSS Pierre-Boucher participated in establishing an innovative pre-hospital myocardial infarction identification (MIIP) project in partnership with allies in the network, outside the network, and in the private sector. When an ambulance has been called due to...Read More
The Integrated Assisted Living Program (IALP) is a new initiative that provides assisted living services for seniors in their own homes. Services can be provided to more people without the delay of building infrastructure and facilities. IALP uses a neighbourhood...Read More
In keeping with its mission, vision, core values, and code of business conduct, the Toronto Central CCAC is committed to respecting all clients’ rights to self-determination. By creating a policy outlining clients’ rights to make choices regarding how and...Read More
The Addiction and Mental Health Information System is an integrated client registration system and clinical information tool. It is used to collect, process, analyze, and use information about the population served to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and overall...Read More
Throughout history, the expressive arts have been used in connection with bereavement, loss, and healing. The Creative Expressions of Loss and Healing support group offered by the Palliative Services program has helped participants navigate through grief and loss by...Read More
The Primary Health Bus operates in areas of Saskatoon where the population often experiences geographic, social, economic, and cultural barriers. The goal is to bring high-quality care directly to under-served populations and provide an alternative for those seeking...Read More
The Transverse Rectus Abdominis Myocutaneous flap allows extensive breast reconstructive surgery to be performed and patients to be discharged 18 hours after surgery rather than spending five days as an inpatient. By using clinical best practices in surgical...Read More
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