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  1. Emergency Department Wait Time for Inpatient Bed (Hours, Percentile)

    of this indicator represents the maximum length of time that 90% or 50% of patients admitted from the ED wait for an inpatient bed or an operating room in the ED. A small … the maximum length of time that 90% and/or 50% of patients admitted from the ED wait for an inpatient bed or an operating room. Unit of analysis: Single ED visit
    HSP Indicator LibraryApr 28, 2020
  2. Emergency Department Wait Time for Physician Initial Assessment (90% Spent Less, in Hours)

    or 50th percentile of this indicator represents the maximum length of time that 90% or 50% of patients waited in the ED for a physician initial assessment. A small … the maximum length of time that 90% or 50% of patients waited in the ED for a physician initial assessment. A small number is desirable for this indicator. HSP
    HSP Indicator LibraryApr 28, 2020
  3. Wait Time for Hip Fracture Surgery, Age 65+ (Proportion With Surgery Within 48 Hours)

    http://indicatorlibrary.cihi.ca/download/attachments/1114124/General%20Methodology%20Notes.pdf. Calculation: Description Wait time is calculated from the admission … in older patients with hip fracture is associated with a higher risk of post-operative complications and mortality. Wait time for surgery following hip fracture
    HSP Indicator LibraryApr 28, 2020
  4. Wait Times for Hip Fracture Repair: From ED Registration (Percentiles)

    Names Not applicable DescriptionThe number of hours patients waited, from the time of first registration in an emergency department (ED) with a hip fracture … to wait to receive care. 90th percentile means that provinces could treat 90% of patients within that time period. HSP Framework Dimension Health System Outputs
    HSP Indicator LibraryApr 28, 2020
  5. Wait Times for Hip Fracture Repair: From ED Registration (Percentage Meeting Benchmark)

    48 hours of the time of first registration in an ED with a hip fracture (index admission) Calculation: Description This indicator is calculated based on National Ambulatory Care Reporting System (NACRS), Discharge Abstract Database (DAD) and provincial wait time data for the first 2 quarters of the fiscal year (April
    HSP Indicator LibraryApr 28, 2020
  6. Asthma Emergency Department Visits: Volume and Median Length of Stay

    Left ED) were introduced in NACRS in 2007–2008 so that key indicators, such as Time Waiting for an Inpatient Bed, could be calculated. Comments Median length … is the time elapsed from the patient's registration to the time he or she physically leaves the ED. HSP Framework Dimension Health System Outputs: Appropriate
    HSP Indicator LibraryApr 28, 2020
  7. Total Time Spent in Emergency Department for Non-Admitted Patients (Hours, Percentile)

    and the date/time when a patient is discharged, transferred or leaves the emergency department (ED). Interpretation The 90th or 50th percentile of this indicator represents the maximum length of time that 90% or 50% of patients who are discharged, transferred out or leave spend in the ED. A small number is desirable. HSP
    HSP Indicator LibraryApr 28, 2020
  8. Wait Times for MRI Scan

    of days patients waited, from the date the order/requisition was received to the date that patients received MRI scans Interpretation 50th percentile means a time period that typical patients have to wait to receive care 90th percentile means that provinces could treat 90% of patients within that time period HSP Framework
    HSP Indicator LibraryApr 28, 2020
  9. Wait Times for CT Scan

    of days patients waited, from the date the order/requisition was received to the date that patients received CT scans Interpretation 50th percentile means a time period that typical patients have to wait to receive care. 90th percentile means that provinces could treat 90% of patients within that time period. HSP Framework
    HSP Indicator LibraryApr 28, 2020
  10. Total Time Spent in Emergency Department (Hours, Percentile)

    a patient leaves the emergency department (ED). Interpretation The 90th or 50th percentile of this indicator represents the maximum length of time that 90% or 50 … the time interval between the earlier of triage date/time or registration date/time and the date/time when a patient leaves the emergency department (ED
    HSP Indicator LibraryApr 28, 2020