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Access to Care Informatics

Access to Care Informatics (ATCI) provides timely and reliable reporting and analytics to support the Access to Care Strategy in Ontario. We share this information with the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), hospitals, the public and other key stakeholders.

ATCI enables the performance management approach that will be used by the ministry to achieve significant health system change for Ontario’s wait time and Emergency Room/Alternate Level of Care (ER/ALC) Strategy.

More recently, ATCI supports Cancer Care Ontario and the Ontario Renal Network in chronic kidney disease efforts.

ATC Performance Improvement Case Studies: Volume 2

Leveraging Data for Patient-Centred Innovation

Released October 17, 2011

Read seven real-life examples of how Access to Care data have contributed to improved performance and access to care for residents of Ontario. These case studies touch on new ways of approaching many aspects of patient care including triage, patient flow, and tracking and managing referrals.

Has your healthcare organization effectively used data to drive performance improvement? We’d like to hear your stories and share them here. Please contact for more information.

ATCI Performance Improvement Product

Released April 12, 2010 

Read real-life examples of how healthcare organizations can leverage access to care data to improve their wait time performance. Each case study explores the initial challenges faced by the organization, their improvement approach, progress, sustainability and next steps. The case studies also provide key lessons learned that can be leveraged by other facilities to improve their performance and reduce their patient wait times.

Developed in collaboration with select hospitals and Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN) in Ontario

Last modified: Tue, Feb 21, 2012
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