Rapid Improvement Support Exchange (RISE)
In order to support the development and implementation of OHTs across the province, an exciting new community of practice has launched. RISE’s mission is to contribute to the Ministry’s OHT Central Program of Supports by providing timely and responsive access to Ontario-based ‘rapid-learning and improvement’ assets.
One of the most useful products that RISE has released to date are a series of concise briefing notes, or ‘RISE briefs’, to summarize a number of critical areas of importance for newly forming OHTs.
We believe the following RISE briefs are especially relevant for local providers looking to learn more.
To learn more about RISE, click here to visit their website.
This brief provides a solid primer on what is perhaps the most important overarching strategic priority that every OHT will need to focus on. Read more.
This brief highlights the importance of a strong primary care sector as a necessity for an OHT to succeed. Read more.
This brief supports leaders from numerous independent organizations as they come together for shared decision-making to support the Quadruple Aim. Read more.
As the OHT model is similar to that of the U.S. ACO approach, this primer highlights lessons we can adapt in Ontario from experiences south of the border. Read more.
“By partnering together, we can improve access to care and better support families and caregivers as well.”
Canadian Mental Health Association York Region and South Simcoe
“We are dedicated to ensuring people have access to high quality primary care, which is the basis for seamlessly accessing all parts of the healthcare system.”
Southlake Academic Family Health Team