Between 2010 and 2013, an attempt was made to integrate 13 providers with over 100 mental health and addiction services into one new integrated agency – the Algoma Anchor Agency. This newly created agency was formed and incorporated in 2012, but late in 2013 the concept “died.” Find out why the concept arose, the steps taken to create the agency and the reasons for its’ demise. Explore the lessons learned and the positive and negative consequences experienced by those affected, including the providers and the recipients of services.
In February 2014, following a two-year process, three organizations — Search Community Mental Health Services, CMHA London-Middlesex, and WOTCH Community Mental Health Services — officially amalgamated into a new corporation under the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) banner: CMHA Middlesex.
Powerpoint presentation describing the advantages of a “Full Service Organization” such as the Espinola Regional Hospital and Health Centre, which includes a family health team, long-term care, seniors independent and assisted living apartments, CCAC offices, specialists, a sleep lab and Telemedicine.
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
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.
Describes the successes and challenges of a pilot project to directly link St. Joseph’s hospital care with home care.
This document describes the process and requirements for TC LHIN funded health service providers that are intending to voluntarily integrate.
This paper documents the growing linkages between primary care-centered medical groups and specialists and between physicians and hospitals under managed care.
This systematic literature review was undertaken to guide decision makers and others to plan for and implement integrated health systems.