A partnership of community mental health organizations that are using the Ontario Common Assessment of Need (OCAN) is developing a process that will further help consumers receive the services they need faster and more efficiently.
Memo to: The Ontario Federation of Community Mental Health and Addiction Programs Members
From: David Kelly
Re: Infrastructure Opportunities
A few months ago, prior to the Budget, we have proposed the Community Health and Social Services Infrastructure Fund which is believed to help drive progress on the priorities of the Government including: quality health care for families and strong economy.
Please see the attached Important Health Notice and
supporting documentation for a situation update and other information regarding
human swine influenza. The IHN will be posted to the Ministry of Health and
Long-Term Care web site: www.health.gov.on.ca/english/providers/program/emu/ihn.html.
Dear Association/Health Sector Partner,
The attached Important Health Notice (IHN) and supporting documents are issued by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in response to the severe respiratory illnesses reported in Mexico and the new swine flu virus identified. It provides current status for Ontario and further guidance and direction to the health care sector for precautions and case identification.
On February 26th, a report entitled “Protecting Access and Quality in our Health Care System: Advice to Government on Funding and Capacity Planning Policy in Ontario” was presented to the Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care. The report was produced by OFCMHAP, together with its collaborating partners:
Bringing Services Closer to People; Creating Jobs
To All Members:
Please find attached the final documents from the six provincial associations who were present at the negotiating table with the LHIN MSAA Work Group.