Hospital Accountability Planning Submissions (HAPS) and Hospital Service Accountability Agreements (HSAA)
Ontario's LHINs are required under the Local Health Services Integration Act, 2006 to negotiate service accountability agreements with the Health Service Providers they fund. The current Hospital Service Accountability Agreements (HSAA) will expire on March 31, 2018.
The Hospital Annual Planning Submission (HAPS) process for the 2018-19 fiscal year is a working document that informs hospital planning through linkages in the financial and clinical plan. The HSAA is informed when the specific plans are agreed to between the hospital and the LHIN. The annual HAPS includes: a detailed operating plan, financial and statistical budgets and performance indicators.
Additional documents will be posted as they become available.
2018/19 HSAA Resource Documents
Hospital Service Accountability Agreements (HSAA)
Listed below are each of the Hospital Service Accountability Agreements that the Mississauga Halton LHIN has with its hospitals.
Halton Healthcare (three sites: Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, Georgetown Hospital and Milton Hospital)
Trillium Health Partners (three sites: Mississauga Hospital, Credit Valley Hospital and the Queensway Health Centre)
The Hospital Accountability Planning Submission (HAPS) Guidelines describe how hospitals and LHINs will work to deliver on the overarching strategy of designing and delivering hospital services. The Guidelines document includes a timeline for the submission of documentation leading to the completion of Hospital Service Accountability Agreements.