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The Stage is Set The combined perspectives and products from these projects, provide a unique opportunity for the creation of a national blueprint for rehabilitation. This blueprint can assure customized care for individuals with SCI that is consistent with the values and goals imbedded in the rehabilitation framework (predicated upon best practice), national surveillance, and an expanded service perspective that supports the lifetime care of people with SCI (Figure 4.0). FIGURE 4.0 A MODIFIED MODEL OF PRACTICE SUPERSTRUCTURE HIGHLIGHTING THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN E-SCAN, KMN, AC AND RHSCIR. Change Process CONTEXT Community SES Rural/Urban Payor System/ Provider Competition Adapted CIPP Model Shufflebeam, Theory Into Practice 1966;5:121-133 PRACTICE SUPERSTRUCTURE INPUT Patient Characteristics Provider Characteristics Money/Resources Practice Support Systems PROCESS Utilization Tests Run/Rx Given Referrals Made Documentation PRODUCTS Quality of Care Patient Outcomes Perceived Quality of Care SUPERSTRUCTURE ENVIRONMENT RESOURCES ACTIVITIES OUTCOMES Motivators E-Scan KMN and Accrediation Canada NRS RHSCIR NEW PERSPECTIVES FROM E-SCAN 207


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