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Governance to Governance (G2G) Sessions
Board Chairs, Board Members, CEOs, Executive Directors of Mississauga Halton LHIN Health Service Provider Organizations are invited to attend our G2G sessions.
The next G2G will be held on Wednesday, February 26, 2014.
Healthcare Quality - Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Our special guest speaker will be Dr. Joshua Tepper, CEO, Health Quality Ontario.
Health Links - October 2013
Health Links are important to the future of Ontario’s health care system. Health Links bring together a variety of health care providers in a community to better and more quickly coordinate care for seniors and others with complex conditions. This approach aligns with Ontario’s vision to be the healthiest place in North America to grow up and grow old!
We will have a presentation on Health Links by Helen Angus, Associate Deputy Minister, Transformation Secretariat, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
"Living Longer, Living Well" - Dr. Samir Sinha - June 2013
Driving Transformation - Bringing Our Strategic Plan to Life Through Collaborative Governance - February 2013
The Mississauga Halton LHIN Governance to Governance session set the stage to drive transformation through collaborative governance as they launch the 2013-2016 Integrated Health Service Plan: Partnering for a Healthier Tomorrow.
2013-2016 Integrated Health Service Plan: Partnering for a Healthier Tomorrow
IHSP At a Glance
Enhancing Home Care - January 2012
This session was dedicated to the community support service sector and was held at the Holiday Inn, Oakville, ON. The theme for the session was "Governance to Governance: How can the Community Sector be involved in enhancing home care?" Health service provider governors and their executive staff from across the LHIN were invited to participate as well as board member candidates. Over 60 people participated in the session.
Summary Report of the January 18, 2012 session
Funding, Accountability and Governance - October 2012
Through “Ontario’s Action Plan for Health Care” early attention has been focused on investments to build more community capacity to support “Care as Close to Home as Possible”. LHINs will target funding to community providers over the next few years in order to provide better care at home or in the community. With increased funding comes increased accountability and expectations. Together, how can we take the steps needed to meet these increasing expectations from the province, the taxpayer and the LHIN perspective? Let us start the conversation!
Guidelines for Community Health Service Providers Audit and Review (ENG)
Guidelines for Community Health Service Providers Audit and Review (FR)