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.
Addressing Rural Health Needs reviews literature in Canada and abroad and finds six key elements for effective rural health population program planning and delivery which can be used as a guideline by rural health planners.
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.
A discussion paper on system integration as it affects Community Health Centres, it includes a framework to better understand integration, principles and values to guide integration, an assessment of the integration landscape
Personalysis is a proprietary personality assessment tool intended to provide insights into how people think, feel, deal with others, and cope under stress in organizational contexts.
Two slides that include a framework to work from when considering integration.
This self assessment tool is designed for use by community support services and community mental health and addictions agencies to quickly assess their organizational health status.
This Technical Brief is intended as a practical aid for people involved in discussions about “integrated health services”.
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.