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.
Special Event: Q&A Session
🗓 Tuesday, July 27th, 2021
The HSPN evaluation team will host a special event to answer your evaluation questions. There will be four 45-minute interactive Q&A sessions beginning at 9:05 AM, 10:05 AM, 12:05 PM, and 1:05 PM on Tuesday, July 27th. Each session will be limited to 100 attendees, in meeting-style to enable live, face-to-face discussions. These sessions will not be recorded, nor posted on our website. We will post an FAQ document following the sessions. You are asked to select up to four preferences for session times and to suggest at least one, and up to three, questions of any nature for the HSPN evaluation team. (There are no dumb questions. Please ask yours.)
Please sign-up below before July 15th. You will be notified of your session by July 19. Only one registration will be processed per individual registrant and email address. Multiple registrations will not be approved.
How should we be evaluating integrated care?
In June, we held a special event in collaboration with the International Foundation for Integrated Care Canada and Emerald Publishing. Co-hosted by Jodeme Goldhar (IFIC Canada) and Henk Nies (Vilans, NL), and featuring Adam Steventon (The Health Foundation, UK), Mark Fam and Sara Shearkhani (Toronto East Health Network) and Walter Wodchis (HSPN), we talked about the latest approaches to evaluate Integrated Care, locally and at the health system level.