News & Events
Second Interim Report from the Premier's Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway Medicine
The Premier’s Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway Medicine released its second interim report on June 25, 2019, entitled "A Healthy Ontario: Building a Sustainable Health Care System."
Just over a week left to nominate your team, colleague or partnership for an AFHTO Bright Lights Awards!
Are you proud of what your team has accomplished?
Do you want your colleagues to be recognized for the amazing work they do?
Do you think it would be great to see your initiative spread across the province?
If you’ve said yes to any of the above, submit a Bright Lights nomination!
Manitoulin Expositor article published June 12, 2019
By Press Release, Manitoulin Expositor
Increasing Access and Coordination of Addiction Treatment for People in Espanola
June 11, 2019 – People in the Espanola area are now receiving more timely medical treatment for substance use disorders closer to home.
Faced with the growing demand for hospital services, Trillium Health Partners is working with partners in the community to improve capacity and enhance access to services.
Trillium Health Partners and SE Health will join Health Quality Ontario for the June Quality Rounds to provide insight into how partnership and teamwork helped create better health outcomes and experiences for patients and providers, while increasing capacity.
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Join CMHA, AMHO, and AFHTO for a 4-part webinar series on community and primary care QI projects and initiatives with a focus on mental health and addiction.
In preparation for Ontario Health Teams, learn about opportunities for collaboration with your local mental health and addiction agencies and how to work together to improve access, transitions, and quality of care.
The first webinar will be on June 13th, from 11:00am-12:00pm.
Please join the ECHO Liver evening series, which cover approaches to different liver diseases in a primary care setting.
This evening session will consist of a didactic lecture by our inter-professional team and real de-identified patient cases presented by participants.
Change can come fast and furious, and Ontario’s healthcare system is no exception. With the introduction of Ontario Health Teams, ‘upheaval’ could be considered an understatement.
I am currently carrying out an environmental scan of primary care-based interventions into health inequities and the social determinants of health in Canada. I am working with a student, Nazeefah Laher, to compile a list of primary care providers engaged in this work.