Ontario Health Teams (OHTs) are being introduced to provide a new way of organizing and delivering care that is more connected to patients in their local communities. Under OHTs, health care providers (including hospitals, doctors and home and community care providers) will work as one coordinated team – no matter where they provide care. We are developing a range of supports for OHTs including practice guides, measurement tools and an approach to evaluating Ontario Health Teams.
Using Segmentation to support Quality Improvement
🗓 Tuesday, January 25th, 2022
In January, we come back again to segmentation for population health management, building on the February and September 2021 webinars. This time we will look at the new collaborative Quality Improvement Indicators and other areas for improvement across Ontario Health Teams and look at data to help understand how population segmentation can be used to design different approaches to improvement on common indicators.
How Population Segmentation applies to Stories from the Field (Part II)
In November, HSPN is excited for the second in a series of events that focus on sharing stories from the experience of Ontario Health Teams. At this event, we focus on a few examples of teams that are looking at ways to meaningfully engage patients and families in co-design, to develop and implement integrated strategic plans, and to create robust governance structures. We are joined by Jeff Wingard and Melissa McCallum from Greater Hamilton Health Network OHT, Melissa Sharpe-Harrigan from the Chatham Kent OHT and the Patient and Family Health Council from North York Toronto Health Partners. From the HSPN, Gaya Embuldeniya, Kaileah McKellar and Walter Wodchis will also provide insights on these OHT initiatives. This event is essential for Governance, Strategic Planning or Patient and Family Engagement.