Business Plan for the Temiskaming Health Link, one of the early adopter Health Links, with the Centre de santé communautaire du Témiscaming as its lead agency.
A draft discussion paper prepared by the Association of Ontario Health Centres to stimulate thinking on a revitalized primary health care system for Ontario.
Ontario plan for better access, quality and value in the health care system, which includes commitments to improve system navigation and better connect family health care to the system as a whole.
This research-based position paper provides recommendations to effectively link mental health and addiction services with the rest of the health system, in particular primary care.
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.
A position paper from the Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFT) proposing a hubs of care approach motivated by concern that the Excellent Care for All Act may lead LHINs to impose governance structures.
This third in a series of four briefings Conference Board of Canada briefings on the topic of Improving Primary Health Care through Collaboration identifies that Interprofessional primary care (IPC) teams can improve clinical health outcomes for patients with chronic conditions
This second in a series of four Conference Board of Canada briefings in the Improving Primary Health Care through Collaboration series draws on a literature review to highlight some of the important barriers to inter-professional collaboration.
This first in a series of four briefings in the Improving Primary Health Care through Collaboration series offers an overview of the various interprofessional primary care (IPC) team models currently used in Canada and documents the success of various forms of inter-professional collaboration as compared to individual practices.
Imagine a healthcare model where the clinician who meets you before your hospital procedure, cares for you while you’re in the hospital, and manages your recovery at home is the same person. Imagine having access to that person 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That when you have a concern, you get real answers and expert clinical care when you need it most. Imagine your home care and hospital clinicians communicating with you and with each other seamlessly so that everyone is always on the same page when it comes to your health. That is Integrated Coordinated Care.