The Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) today released results of a 2017 survey of family experiences with long-term care facilities across Alberta. The Long-Term Care Family Experience Survey, completed by the HQCA four times over the last
We’ve updated all the charts on the HQCA’s FOCUS on Emergency Departments website with new data. The time period for the new data is the second quarter of the 2017-18 fiscal year (July, August, September). FOCUS on Emergency Departments was
Today, we released the 2016 designated supportive living resident and family experience survey results. The results are presented in two provincial reports, the Designated Supportive Living Resident Experience Survey Report and the Designated
We are excited to have launched a new interactive online tool, FOCUS on Emergency Departments. It provides an unprecedented amount of information from the last five years about the 16 busiest emergency departments in Alberta and allows
On September 8, the HQCA released results of its first survey of clients’ experiences with home care services in Alberta. The purpose of the survey was to capture the experiences of and obtain feedback from seniors aged 65 and older receiving long
On October 28, the HQCA released results of a survey of family experience with 160 long term care facilities in Alberta in 2014-15. Results of the survey show that family member experiences differed greatly among facilities in Alberta, with overall
On July 29, we released the report: Overweight and obesity in adult Albertans: a role for primary healthcare. This report provides an in-depth analysis of the prevalence, burden, and rates of use of a number of key healthcare services for overweight
The Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) has released results of the first provincial surveys that measure the experience of residents and families with the quality of care and services received at supportive living facilities in Alberta.
Review the technical reports here. Background What is it? The HQCA surveyed emergency department (ED) patients every two weeks between June 2010 and July 2013. Over the three year period 21,013 patients were asked about their recent
On December 11, 2014 we released the results of our biennial survey of Albertans’ satisfaction and experience with healthcare services. Overall, 66% of Albertans were satisfied with healthcare services they received, compared to 64% in 2012.