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Readiness Template - South Renfrew Health Link - Julia Atkinson
Readiness Template - South Renfrew Health Link - Julia Atkinson
Readiness Template - South Renfrew Health Link - Julia Atkinson
Readiness Template - South Renfrew Health Link - Julia Atkinson
Readiness Template - South Renfrew Health Link - Julia Atkinson
Readiness Template - South Renfrew Health Link - Julia Atkinson
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Readiness Template - South Renfrew Health Link - Julia Atkinson

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Overview of the draft South Renfrew Health Link Readiness Template

Overview of the draft South Renfrew Health Link Readiness Template

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  • 1. SReadiness Assessment
  • 2. SummaryStrengths Gaps• regular meetings that includemultiple members• well-established connectionswithin the health link and the LHINand reaching out to other LHINs,health links• highlighted areas needclarification, verification or statistics• electronic linkages betweenpartners• how we work with organizationsoutside out SRHL and LHIN
  • 3. A Broad Coalition andDiverse Leadership Models19 early-adopter Health Links providing care to almost one millionpeople, through the co-operation of 18 hospitals, 42 primary care groups andover 60 community service providersS Cross section of partnersS Mental Health AgenciesS Public Health UnitsS Food BanksS Emergency Medical ServicesS Educational ProvidersS Community Social ServiceProvidersS Long Term Care FacilitiesS Police ServicesS Cross section of coordinatorsS 4 HospitalsS 2 CCACsS 8 primary care (FHT/FHO)S 4CHCsS 1 Community ServicesOrganization
  • 4. Metrics for Health Links– as per Business Plan templateS Operational Metrics (Setting the Stage for Coordinated Care Straightaway)S 1. Ensure the development of coordinated care plans for all complex patientsS 2. Increase the number of complex patients and seniors with regular and timely access to a primarycare providerS Results based Metrics(Moving the Needle)S 1. Reduce the time from primary care referral to specialist consultationS 2. Reduce the number of 30 day readmissions to hospitalS 3. Reduce the number of avoidable ED visits for patients with conditions best managed elsewhereS 4. Reduce time from referral to home care visitS 5. Reduce unnecessary admissions to hospitalsS 6. Ensure primary care follow-up within 7 days of discharge from an acute care settingS Evaluation Based Metrics (How you’ll know you’ve arrived)S 1. Enhance the health system experience for patients with the greatest health care needs.S 2. Achieve an ALC rate of 9 per cent or lessS 3. Reduce the average cost of delivering health services to patients without compromising thequality of care
  • 5. Work still to be doneS Accuracy of current dataS Missing dataS Missing partnersS FrancophoneS AboriginalS Results oriented
  • 6. Let’s Begin

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