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Integration of Care in Northern Ontario

11 May 2020

A fellow of both the CFPC and the SRPC, she has been a rural physician in comprehensive community practice in Marathon since 1996 and she is currently the Chief of Staff of the North of Superior Health Care Group. [...] In the integration of care beyond a single sector in a local the rural context, there is value in identifying the points context; it is best articulated as follows: at which models of care delivery, like the Rural Health Hub and the Patient Medical Home, intersect, and The creation of rural health hubs will encourage and are mutually supportive. [...] However, in the rural and remote North, the reality is that the primary care physician in the community is also very likely to be the same physician who provided inpatient care Health Quality Ontario (HQO) is an agency of the Ontario to a patient which lowers the likely benefit of the 7-day Ministry of Health and Long- Term Care (MOHLTC) and post-discharge visit. [...] The PCPM care quality noted in the PCPM framework are valuable framework domains highlight aspects of primary care regardless of the degree of rurality; however, the metrics that are of importance at the community, regional and chosen to determine quality of care in each of the provincial levels, to ensure that primary care planning, framework domains requires careful consideration if they managem [...] As the vision of PCMH is to put the needs of the patients and the community at the centre of care, the PCMH team can be varied dependent on the community.
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Thunder Bay, ON, CA

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