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Report – SFH Care in CELHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in Champlain LHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in CLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in CWLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in ESCLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in HNHBLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in MHLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in NELHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in NSMLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in NWLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in SELHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in SWLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in TCLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in WWLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care Provincial Summary 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Delirium and Functional Decline Indicators

This report summarizes the work of the provincial SFH Indicators working group, which was tasked with identifying metrics for ongoing monitoring and evaluation of delirium and functional decline practices.

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Report – SFH Indicators Evaluation

This report describes the evaluation of the SFH indicators in a province-wide collaborative, coordinated by the Regional Geriatric Program of Toronto, involving 44 hospital organizations in 10 LHINs.

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Report – SFH LHIN Self Assessment Template for 2011 Summary Reports

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Provincial Summary 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Provincial Summary 2011 French

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of CELHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of CLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of CWLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of MHLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of NSMLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of TCLHIN 2010

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of Champlain LHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of Champlain LHIN 2011 French

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of ESCLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of HNHBLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of NELHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of NWLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of SELHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of SWLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of WWLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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