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Domains : Emergency Services

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Overall Rank Primary Domain Additional Domain(s) Measure Title
10 Emergency Services Patients with Acute Conditions, Accessibility Best in Domain Urgently required mental health services are received within 24 hours. Display Detailed
16 Emergency Services Accessibility, Patients with Acute Conditions A crisis response system (CRS) is available in each district and includes a plan for 24 hours, 7 days per week services. 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
36 Emergency Services Accessibility, Continuity Systematic assessment of gaps in service delivery for patients requiring mental health care out of standard office hours. Display Detailed
37 Outreach Services Accessibility, Emergency Services Response Time for Adult Crisis Intervention teams. Display Detailed
53 Emergency Services Accessibility, Patients with Acute Conditions Percent of telephone crisis line calls answered in a timely fashion by telephone crisis line staff. Display Detailed
65 Emergency Services Patients with Acute Conditions Use of a comprehensive assessment method (e.g., Australian Mental Health Triage scale) to determine clinical urgency in the emergency department so that patients are seen in a timely manner. Display Detailed
70 Emergency Services Patients with Acute Conditions, Accessibility Proportion of clients with wait times of less than 14 days for initiation of ongoing treatment intervention after initial contact with any crisis intervention service (police, emergency department, crisis line). Display Detailed
95 Emergency Services Efficiency Number or rate of Emergency department visits for mental health or substance-related conditions that may have been treated in alternative primary health care settings. Display Detailed
104 Emergency Services Competence, Patients with Acute Conditions Percent of telephone crisis line staff undergoing an initial credentialing and annual recredentialing process. Display Detailed
  Best in Domain Most highly rated measure for the identified primary domain.
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