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Domains : Shared Care

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Overall Rank Primary Domain Additional Domain(s) Measure Title
13 Shared Care Patients with Chronic Conditions, Patients with Mood Disorders Best in Domain Availability of chronic disease management strategies (including collaborative care) and additional strategies (such as self-management) improves the detection and care of patients with depression. Display Detailed
22 Youth Shared Care Best in Domain Treatment of child and adolescent mental health problems by specialist staff working in primary health care is available. Display Detailed
23 Shared Care Patients with Mood Disorders Availability of stepped (matching of service to needs/ treatment failures) collaborative care can improve the care and outcome of depression, anxiety disorders, comorbid conditions, substance use and mental health disorders for children, adolescents, and adults in primary health care. Display Detailed
27 Competence Shared Care Best in Domain On-site mental health worker mentorship of primary health care providers occurs in the practice as part of an ongoing (i.e., not time limited) collaborative care or quality improvement program. Display Detailed
33 Shared Care Continuity, Emergency Services Liaison protocols/memorandum of understanding exist to coordinate emergency service provision between primary mental health care services, specialized mental health services, crisis lines, hospital emergency departments, and the police. Display Detailed
46 Shared Care Accessibility Availability of service coordination by a case manager for patients of any age with mental health conditions. Display Detailed
59 Shared Care Patients with Psychosis, Physical Health Intervention Primary health care and secondary (specialized mental health care) services, in conjunction with the service user, should jointly identify which service will take responsibility for assessing and monitoring the physical health care needs of service users. This should be documented in both primary and secondary care notes/care plans and clearly recorded by care coordinators and case managers. Display Detailed
86 Patients with Psychosis Shared Care, Continuity The decision to refer a service user from primary health care to specialized mental health services should take into account the views of the service user and consider: treatment adherence problems, a poor response to treatment, co-morbid substance misuse, increased level of risk to self or others, a person with schizophrenia first joining a general practitioner practice list, rehabilitation assessment is required. Display Detailed
100 Shared Care Quality and Safety Practices considering initiating a new collaborative care program should use the Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Initiative (CCMHI) collaborative care planning and implementation toolkit. Display Detailed
120 Shared Care Continuity Percent of total primary health care physician and secondary mental health care physician Full Time Equivalents in a region involved in collaborative care. Display Detailed
131 Community Health Care Centre Shared Care, Continuity Perception of other community organizations regarding presence and effectiveness of collaboration with CHC. Display Detailed
137 Shared Care Continuity, Quality and Safety Use of the Primary Health Care Team questionnaire, to evaluate the effectiveness of teamwork amongst providers in collaborative primary health care. Display Detailed
  Best in Domain Most highly rated measure for the identified primary domain.
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