Member Case Study: Building Collaboration (based on QIDS Partnerships)

AFHTO Members: Experienced in Building Collaboration Patients First calls for collaboration across subLHIN regions. It also calls for spreading measurement for quality improvement and performance monitoring. AFHTO members’ experience in building QIDS partnerships (about 150 AFHTO member organizations are actively involved) provides a foundation for both these objectives.

Member Case Study: Optimizing Interprofessional Resources & Spreading Access to Teams

AFHTO Members Expanding Access Within Their Communities As government implements the vision of Patients First, the creation of sub-LHIN regions will enable a shift to a population-based approach to health care planning and delivery. It is hoped through these system-level changes patients will receive more timely access to, and better integration of, primary care, and better coordination and continuity of services.