The Ministry of Health (the “ministry”) is supporting newly arriving refugees and people arriving through other exceptional humanitarian authorizations (e.g., Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel) by providing a toll-free, multi-lingual, Refugee HealthLine where they can connect with health care providers who deliver services funded by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP), the Interim Federal Health Program, or through provincial programs such as transitional health care and services, including but not limited to primary care, specialist care, and mental health supports.
HOSTED BY the alliance for healthier communities, indigenous primary health care council, nurse practitioner led clinics association, association of family health teams of ontario and ontario health
Ontario Health has developed new, gender-affirming cancer screening guidelines to support the health and wellbeing of Trans and Non-Binary clients. These groups often have lower screening rates than their peers due to outreach that misses eligible clients and screening practices that can trigger gender dysphoria.
Originally posted January 4, 2021. Last updated May 2, 2022 *NEW*
Resources related to COVID-19 vaccinations based on most recent information shared with AFHTO.
Partnering For Quality and the eHealth Centre of Excellence have developed resources for PS Suite, Oscar and Accuro to help with Paxlovid prescriptions and referrals. See below for prescription forms and additional resources.
PS Suite: (Designed by Partnering For Quality)
Today, the Ontario government announced the launching of a suite of supports for Ukrainian families arriving under the Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel. The supports available include Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) coverage. Please find the News Release here and additional information on coming to Ontario from Ukraine here.
Hosted by Ontario health
February 24 2022, from 12:00-1:00pm (ET)
We would like to invite you to a webinar on QIP 2022/23 Program Launch
This webinar is open to all health care executives, leaders, QI lead, and others responsible for organizational QIP
The objectives of this webinar are to:
With the announcement on February 14th that the government is moving to the next phase of reopening on February 17th, now more than ever it’s important to keep the pressure on ensuring more Ontarians get vaccinated. Thank you again for all your hard work in supporting your patients and community in all aspects of the pandemic efforts, while also managing the critical work of keeping your doors open for primary care.
Hosted by HSPN
Tuesday, February 22nd, 2022
12 pm to 1:30 pm ET
In February, we will merge our streams of population health management and stories from the field providing real-world examples in Ontario Health Teams of using data to better understand where, how and for whom interventions can be directed. Examples include raw use of hospital diagnoses through to sophisticated segmentation with pre-packaged risk stratification tools. Presenters will describe their use of Intellihealth and Integrated Decision Support (IDS) resources.