Information from Infrastructure Ontario concerning loans available to non-Profit organizations in Ontario that own or operate, or are planning to own or operate a community health and social services hub.
Federal Act whose purpose is to establish criteria and conditions in respect of insured health services and extended health care services provided under provincial law that must be met before a full cash contribution may be made.
The Central East LHIN, through the LHIN’s Project Management Office, has produced a “Facilitated and Negotiated Integration Process and Requirements Guide” to support Central East LHIN funded health service providers through the process of planning and implementing a facilitated or negotiated integration.
The purpose of this document is to provide general direction to assist Health Service Providers in determining whether an activity qualifies as an integration decision requiring Central LHIN Board approval.
This document describes the process and requirements for TC LHIN funded health service providers that are intending to voluntarily integrate.
This is a manual on integration for the South West LHIN that includes all information on integration. Areas covered include what is integration, who can be involved, levels and types of integration, tools, role of LHIN staff and other key areas related to integration.