This Transformation Readiness Survey was designed by Ted Ball to provoke thinking about “what needs to change” at the governance and managerial levels of your organization to conform to new provincial standards, structures and reporting requirements, and to adapt best practices in organizational design to your unique circumstances.
Provides an overview of integration definitions, challenges, and key elements for success, based on a literature review.
A draft discussion paper prepared by the Association of Ontario Health Centres to stimulate thinking on a revitalized primary health care system for Ontario.
This article looks at the successes and challenges of a number of rural and urban multi-service agencies in the community health sector and the integration processes that created them.
Report on the collaboration efforts of two Ottawa-based coalitions from different sectors, the Community Health and Resource Centres Coalition of Ottawa and the Ottawa Community Support Coalition.
Highlights of discussion at May 9-10 2013 workshop on the OHA paper on Local Health Hubs for Rural and Northern Communities, including recommendations for substantial community engagement and equitable involvement of all partners in the development and management of any such hubs .
Paper developed by OHA’s Small, Rural and Northern Hospitals Advisory Group to provide advice on advancing the rural/northern health hub concept from a provincial policy and regional LHIN planning perspective.
This PowerPoint presentation outlines and provides data to support the Ontario Hospital Associations (OHA)’s position on the need to strength primary care and bring it into closer alignment with other health services.
Website created by the Rural Health Sciences Network, which brings together the majority of LHIN-funded health care providers in a rural area of the South-East LHIN.
The Collaboration Coach website provides analysis, tools and stories to help community organizations to collaborate effectively on any form of integration up to but excluding mergers or amalgamations.