"Transitions": Inspiration to get you focused on follow-up

December 17, 2018

AFHTO members have identified follow-up after hospitalization as a key area of focus for better patient outcomes. Delivering timely, team-based follow-up is also an important way to demonstrate the value of primary care teams to Ontario's health system. It's been an indicator in D2D  since the second iteration. Now, transitions in care have surfaced as a province-wide improvement priority for the 2019-20 Quality Improvement Plans (QIPS). Looking for inspiration? Your peers have it! We know that providing timely follow-up is challenging. But we also know that our teams are up to the challenge! Some of your peers in AFHTO have shared their innovations in this area at the last few AFHTO conferences as well as at Focus on Follow-Up, a recent workshop by and for teams in the North East LHIN region. Check out what your peers have done here:

AFHTO teams are already making great strides in improving transitions and follow-up.   View the slide deck here.