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Fractured families

The results of this second national FLS audit once again demonstrate the effectiveness of Canadian FLSs in closing the post-fracture care gap. There is also an encouraging trend over time denoting improvement from the first national FLS audit. This is especially notable for key performance indicators (KPIs) demonstrating the poorest results in the first audit. It is very obvious that our Canadian FLSs have implemented changes that will lead to improved patient outcomes.

This second national FLS audit highlights the ongoing and unwavering commitment of Canadian FLSs to continue quality improvement and to improving osteoporosis care for Canadians presenting with fragility fractures.

Overcoming barriers to improve patient outcomes in an FLS

The results of this second national FLS audit once again demonstrate the effectiveness of Canadian FLSs in closing the post-fracture care gap. There is also an encouraging trend over time denoting improvement from the first national FLS audit. This is especially notable for key performance indicators (KPIs) demonstrating the poorest results in the first audit. It is very obvious that our Canadian FLSs have implemented changes that will lead to improved patient outcomes.

This second national FLS audit highlights the ongoing and unwavering commitment of Canadian FLSs to continue quality improvement and to improving osteoporosis care for Canadians presenting with fragility fractures.

FLS Registry Launches Online Map

A Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) is a specific model of care where a coordinator pro-actively identifies fracture patients, on a system-wide basis, and determines their fracture risk with the express purpose of facilitating effective osteoporosis treatment for high risk patients. FLS is, by far, the most effective secondary fracture prevention method to ensure fracture patients […]