Table 1

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Table 1: Number of ALC Days, Average Wait per Patient and Total ALC Bed Days for Ontario Stroke Patients, by Subsequent Care Setting or Discharge Destination (n = 14,266) (Table 2 in the study)

Earlier diagnosis, improved flow across care settings

Post-Acute Care Setting
(Total Number)

Number of ALC Episodes With at Least 1 ALC Day
(Percentage of Total)

Number of ALC Episodes With at Least 5 ALC Days
(Percentage of Total)

Average ALC Days (per
Patient in ALC)

Total ALC
Bed Days

Complex Continuing Care
(n = 3,104)

2,058
(66.3%)

1,623
(52.3%)

19

39,993

Long-Term Care
(n = 5,214)

2,497
(47.9%)

2,211
(42.4%)

41

102,408

Rehabilitation
(n = 12,291)

5,509
(44.8%)

3,183
(25.9%)

8

43,459

Died
(n = 10,277)

1,533
(14.9%)

1,055
(10.3%)

19

29,091

Home
(n = 21,044)

2,006
(9.5%)

1,379
(6.6%)

18

35,261

Other
(n = 3,053)

663
(21.7%)

463
(15.2%)

16

10,672

Sources

Discharge Abstract Database, National Rehabilitation Reporting System and Continuing Care Reporting System, 2006–2007 to 2009–2010, Canadian Institute for Health Information.

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