2022/23 Collaborative QIP Overview and Supports

Tue, January 18, 2022
ZOOM Webinar

Looking for support with your 2022-23 collaborative Quality Improvement Plan? This webinar can help.

In partnership with the Alliance for Healthier Communities (AOHC) and the Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics Association (NPLCA), we are hosting a  webinar to help primary care teams better understand Collaborative Quality Improvement Plans (cQIP) and start planning theirs for 2022/23.

Dr. David Kaplan Chief of Clinical Quality at Ontario Health (Quality) will be leading the discussion and Mark Robson, Manager, Quality Improvement Integrated Care, Value Based Care at Ontario Health will be on hand to answer questions. 

Participants who attend this webinar will:

1. Learn about resources on how data is attributed to OHTs and some of the limitations
2. Understand the cQIP priorities and indicators
3. Receive an overview of cQIP supports
4. See examples of primary care organizations engaged in OHT.

What is a cQIP?

A Collaborative Quality Improvement Plan (cQIP) supports quality improvement initiatives that involve multiple partner organizations within an Ontario Health Team. The cQIP aligns provincial and local health system priorities with the Quadruple Aim and considers populations most at risk. This is the first year for OHTs to work on these plans to systematically identify and bridge gaps in care, using quality improvement and change management principles and employing an equity lens. For more information, see the documents below:

When: Tuesday January 18, 2022 (12-1 pm)

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If you have questions and would like to connect with the QIP team at Ontario Health, please reach out to them at QIP@OntarioHealth.ca.

The following resources were shared during the webinar or have been shared previously:

Guidance on the cQIP indicators and how to develop your cQIPs for 2022/23:

cQIP Community of Practice (CoP) for OHTs from RISE, on Quorum:

Understanding the MyPractice Cancer Screening data:

Understanding your OHT's attributed population: