Paediatric Rehabilitation Reporting System (PRRS)

Last modified by Andrew Tomayer on 2018/10/29 17:16

Welcome to the Paediatric Rehabilitation Reporting System home page!

PRRS – is a reporting system that captures and shares data from paediatric rehabilitation centres across the country. It is a vehicle to ensure pan-national rehabilitation data can inform an accountable, transformational service delivery system for children with disabilities or chronic conditions that balances the clients’ need and economic realities.  Creating this standardized approach in the collection, analysis and dissemination of valid and reliable outcome measures related to rehabilitation services for children and youth with disabilities within Canada will allow the healthcare system to measure and compare the quality of paediatric rehabilitation services with a view to improving services and outcomes.  It is clear that decision-making across all levels of leadership (e.g. clinicians, administrators and policy makers) and across provincial boundaries cannot be made in the absence of standardized data collection and reporting practices. This national barrier that has impacted so many has now been removed as the Paediatric Rehab Reporting System is live to now capture data nationally.

For tools, information and other elements to assist in implementation and maintenance of the PRRS at your organization, click the button below to access the PRRS Toolkit:

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Click the button below to view the private PRRS Working Group pages:

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Contact Information

For general inquiries, please contact Andrew Tomayer and he will provide assistance within 2 business days to your question:

Andrew Tomayer

Data Analyst, Children's Healthcare Canada
Email:  atomayer@childrenshealthcarecanada.ca

PRRS Supporters

The following organizations provide infrastructure funding to support the Paediatric Rehabilitation Reporting System (PRRS) Project.

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