Increasing access to primary team-based care breaking down barriers to timely equitable care for all
Coordinating care for smooth transition at discharge, improving communication through digital supports, ensuring attachment to a Health Home and, optimizing home and community care
Integrated Mental Health and Addictions Network
Increasing access for those in need, iImproving supports and building holistic collaborations
Aging Well at Home
Exploring easier access to home care services and advocacy for those in need and working on better collaboration between care and service providers
Improving quality of life for individuals with serious illness and their families, creating positive integrated care experience for palliative care providers and increasing home visits - decreasing ER visits
Digital Support Structure
Increasing use of digital health tools, improving quality of care by simplifying systems and enhancing collaboration, and simplifying systems and processes to help people, families and providers
With deep respect and humility, we acknowledge that the FLA OHT is located on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee and Huron-Wendat Nations, as well as the territories of other rural and urban Indigenous community members including Métis, Inuit, and other First Peoples from across the Turtle Island. We stand upon land that carries the footsteps of Peoples of Indigenous ancestry who have been here for thousands of years.
We have an opportunity to learn from each other, improve relationships and promote respect for the past, present and future. We are thankful to share, learn, work, play and grow on these lands as we work together to build a new health-care system that will be inclusive and equal for all.
The FLA OHT is supported by funding from the Government of Ontario. The views expressed in the publication are the views of the Recipient and do not necessarily reflect those of the Government of Ontario or Ontario Health.