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 guide to help board members, staff, and member agencies to understand how to use the Community Health Ontario (CHO) Integration Charter and its supporting documents.
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 paper reviews and analyzes some of the public and private sector literature about mergers and alliances.
Health Links will encourage greater collaboration between existing local health care providers, including family care providers, specialists, hospitals, long-term care, home care and other community supports.
This paper reviews some of the public and private sector literature about mergers and alliances and offers observations on the extent to which collaboration is an emergent process that is responsive to its particular environment and explores power dynamics and how trust and flexibility affect outcomes in a positive or negative sense.
Following an explanation of the concept of integrated service network and a description of the Quebec context for mental health networks, the models, applicable in all settings: rural, urban or semi-urban, and metropolitan, and summarized in four figures, are presented.