This research report from the Mowat Centre highlights different approaches to integration that have been developed, outlines challenges and benefits of each, and makes recommendations on the way forward in the current climate of fiscal restraint in Ontario.
Part 2 of a series on governance challenges and solutions in the context of health system transformation.
Part 1 of a series on governance challenges and solutions in the context of health system transformation.
A Discussion Paper developed by the LHIN Leadership Council which suggests common principles to adopt across the health system and updates the categories of integration laid out in the 2006 LHIN Act.
The members of Community Health Ontario (CHO) outline their commitment to integration.
The members of Community Health Ontario (CHO) affirm their commitment to strong, community-based services that are integrated and coordinated with the acute care system, and a health system that addresses the social determinants of health as the key to a healthy society.
This PowerPoint briefing from the Toronto Central LHIN to the Community Mental Health and Addictions Sector Table describes the development of System Quality Indicators.
This PowerPoint presentation provides an overview of the Ontario government commitment to quality improvement, in the context of its Action Plan for Health Care.
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.