Identifies the presence of impairments in cognition or activities of daily living.
Identifies persons in need of urgent services, such as IV therapy or wound care.
Identifies persons who may be candidates for rehabilitation services, such as physiotherapy or occupational therapy.
Identifies persons in urgent need of community services.
Summarizes the presence and intensity of pain and how to correctly capture pain in an assessment.
Summarizes the presence and intensity of pain and how to correctly capture pain in an emergency assessment.
A description of home care clients based on their health status and assessed needs.
Learn about two data elements added to the RAI–Home Care assessment to assess clients in the hospital.
CCRS Quality Indicators FAQs (housed within CCRS eReports application)
Provides general data quality reference information on home care data submitted to CIHI in 2011.
Information about the interRAI Contact Assessment.
A study of seniors who wait in acute care for discharge to the community.
interRAI's MDS 2.0 clinical assessments provide information for care planning and allocating resources.
How tools can be used to plan care and allocate resources.
Use continuing care data for quality improvement.
Two reports are available: Caring for Seniors With Alzheimer's Disease and Other Forms of Dementia and Supporting Informal Caregivers: The Heart of Home Care.