How well does your team’s membership align to patient/provider referral networks?

Consistent with what we reported in Section 1.1, the degree of alignment between our current partnership and the provider networks revealed through analysis of patient flow and care patterns (i.e. the ICES methodology), is moderate.  

In both our Expression of Interest and in this Full Submission, we are including partners who were previously included within our former sub-region boundaries, historical partnerships and the Guelph-Puslinch Sub-Region Leadership Table.  The full data set provided by the Ministry using the ICES methodology describes additional partners of our provider network – North Wellington Healthcare (NWHC), (Palmerston and Louise Marshall sites), Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) and Woolwich Community Health Centre.  We have not included NWHC or GMCH in our partnership out of recognition and respect of the efforts of our partners in Rural Wellington to develop their own OHT EOI.  Based on historical partnership patterns (which have been fortified in recent years through the sub-region initiatives) and the unique rural healthcare partnership, utilization and referral patterns, we support their efforts to explore the feasibility of developing a Rural Wellington OHT. We have reached out to our Rural Wellington partners to advise them of the data that reflects patients in RW being part of the same utilization/referral network as Guelph and Area patients. We support their intentions to submit an EOI and have shared with them our ongoing intentions and openness to work with their community in the capacity that is determined to be appropriate.

Consistent with what we reported in Section 1.1, the degree of alignment between our current partnership and the provider networks revealed through analysis of patient flow and care patterns (i.e. the ICES methodology), is moderate.  

In both our Expression of Interest and in this Full Submission, we are including partners who were previously included within our former sub-region boundaries, historical partnerships and the Guelph-Puslinch Sub-Region Leadership Table.  The full data set provided by the Ministry using the ICES methodology describes additional partners of our provider network – North Wellington Healthcare (NWHC), (Palmerston and Louise Marshall sites), Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) and Woolwich Community Health Centre.  We have not included NWHC or GMCH in our partnership out of recognition and respect of the efforts of our partners in Rural Wellington to develop their own OHT EOI.  Based on historical partnership patterns (which have been fortified in recent years through the sub-region initiatives) and the unique rural healthcare partnership, utilization and referral patterns, we support their efforts to explore the feasibility of developing a Rural Wellington OHT. We have reached out to our Rural Wellington partners to advise them of the data that reflects patients in RW being part of the same utilization/referral network as Guelph and Area patients. We support their intentions to submit an EOI and have shared with them our ongoing intentions and openness to work with their community in the capacity that is determined to be appropriate.

Similarly, Woolwich CHC is a historical and natural partner with organizations that are part of the KW4 OHT Submission process.  As such, Woolwich CHC is working with the KW4 network. We have reached out to Woolwich CHC to inform them that they have been included in our provider network and to extend an invitation, now or in the future, to join our partnership. In addition to the 12 partners included in our EOI Self-Assessment, we have added 2 more organizations to our partnership: Hospice Wellington and the eHealth Centre of Excellence (eCE). Hospice Wellington is core to the delivery of hospice palliative care in our community and has been described by patients and caregivers as delivering care that should be emulated by the rest.  eCE is a provincial leader in developing and supporting clinical use of digital tools to improve care delivery and in developing and implementing tools to support virtual care, digital access to information and digital communication between providers. We are fortunate to have both organizations at the table contributing to the development of the G&A OHT.

Consistent with what we reported in Section 1.1, the degree of alignment between our current partnership and the provider networks revealed through analysis of patient flow and care patterns (i.e. the ICES methodology), is moderate.  

In both our Expression of Interest and in this Full Submission, we are including partners who were previously included within our former sub-region boundaries, historical partnerships and the Guelph-Puslinch Sub-Region Leadership Table.  The full data set provided by the Ministry using the ICES methodology describes additional partners of our provider network – North Wellington Healthcare (NWHC), (Palmerston and Louise Marshall sites), Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) and Woolwich Community Health Centre.  We have not included NWHC or GMCH in our partnership out of recognition and respect of the efforts of our partners in Rural Wellington to develop their own OHT EOI.  Based on historical partnership patterns (which have been fortified in recent years through the sub-region initiatives) and the unique rural healthcare partnership, utilization and referral patterns, we support their efforts to explore the feasibility of developing a Rural Wellington OHT. We have reached out to our Rural Wellington partners to advise them of the data that reflects patients in RW being part of the same utilization/referral network as Guelph and Area patients. We support their intentions to submit an EOI and have shared with them our ongoing intentions and openness to work with their community in the capacity that is determined to be appropriate.

Similarly, Woolwich CHC is a historical and natural partner with organizations that are part of the KW4 OHT Submission process.  As such, Woolwich CHC is working with the KW4 network. We have reached out to Woolwich CHC to inform them that they have been included in our provider network and to extend an invitation, now or in the future, to join our partnership. In addition to the 12 partners included in our EOI Self-Assessment, we have added 2 more organizations to our partnership: Hospice Wellington and the eHealth Centre of Excellence (eCE). Hospice Wellington is core to the delivery of hospice palliative care in our community and has been described by patients and caregivers as delivering care that should be emulated by the rest.  eCE is a provincial leader in developing and supporting clinical use of digital tools to improve care delivery and in developing and implementing tools to support virtual care, digital access to information and digital communication between providers. We are fortunate to have both organizations at the table contributing to the development of the G&A OHT.

Consistent with what we reported in Section 1.1, the degree of alignment between our current partnership and the provider networks revealed through analysis of patient flow and care patterns (i.e. the ICES methodology), is moderate.  

In both our Expression of Interest and in this Full Submission, we are including partners who were previously included within our former sub-region boundaries, historical partnerships and the Guelph-Puslinch Sub-Region Leadership Table.  The full data set provided by the Ministry using the ICES methodology describes additional partners of our provider network – North Wellington Healthcare (NWHC), (Palmerston and Louise Marshall sites), Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) and Woolwich Community Health Centre.  We have not included NWHC or GMCH in our partnership out of recognition and respect of the efforts of our partners in Rural Wellington to develop their own OHT EOI.  Based on historical partnership patterns (which have been fortified in recent years through the sub-region initiatives) and the unique rural healthcare partnership, utilization and referral patterns, we support their efforts to explore the feasibility of developing a Rural Wellington OHT. We have reached out to our Rural Wellington partners to advise them of the data that reflects patients in RW being part of the same utilization/referral network as Guelph and Area patients. We support their intentions to submit an EOI and have shared with them our ongoing intentions and openness to work with their community in the capacity that is determined to be appropriate.

Similarly, Woolwich CHC is a historical and natural partner with organizations that are part of the KW4 OHT Submission process.  As such, Woolwich CHC is working with the KW4 network. We have reached out to Woolwich CHC to inform them that they have been included in our provider network and to extend an invitation, now or in the future, to join our partnership. In addition to the 12 partners included in our EOI Self-Assessment, we have added 2 more organizations to our partnership: Hospice Wellington and the eHealth Centre of Excellence (eCE). Hospice Wellington is core to the delivery of hospice palliative care in our community and has been described by patients and caregivers as delivering care that should be emulated by the rest.  eCE is a provincial leader in developing and supporting clinical use of digital tools to improve care delivery and in developing and implementing tools to support virtual care, digital access to information and digital communication between providers. We are fortunate to have both organizations at the table contributing to the development of the G&A OHT.

Consistent with what we reported in Section 1.1, the degree of alignment between our current partnership and the provider networks revealed through analysis of patient flow and care patterns (i.e. the ICES methodology), is moderate.  

In both our Expression of Interest and in this Full Submission, we are including partners who were previously included within our former sub-region boundaries, historical partnerships and the Guelph-Puslinch Sub-Region Leadership Table.  The full data set provided by the Ministry using the ICES methodology describes additional partners of our provider network – North Wellington Healthcare (NWHC), (Palmerston and Louise Marshall sites), Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) and Woolwich Community Health Centre.  We have not included NWHC or GMCH in our partnership out of recognition and respect of the efforts of our partners in Rural Wellington to develop their own OHT EOI.  Based on historical partnership patterns (which have been fortified in recent years through the sub-region initiatives) and the unique rural healthcare partnership, utilization and referral patterns, we support their efforts to explore the feasibility of developing a Rural Wellington OHT. We have reached out to our Rural Wellington partners to advise them of the data that reflects patients in RW being part of the same utilization/referral network as Guelph and Area patients. We support their intentions to submit an EOI and have shared with them our ongoing intentions and openness to work with their community in the capacity that is determined to be appropriate.

Similarly, Woolwich CHC is a historical and natural partner with organizations that are part of the KW4 OHT Submission process.  As such, Woolwich CHC is working with the KW4 network. We have reached out to Woolwich CHC to inform them that they have been included in our provider network and to extend an invitation, now or in the future, to join our partnership. In addition to the 12 partners included in our EOI Self-Assessment, we have added 2 more organizations to our partnership: Hospice Wellington and the eHealth Centre of Excellence (eCE). Hospice Wellington is core to the delivery of hospice palliative care in our community and has been described by patients and caregivers as delivering care that should be emulated by the rest.  eCE is a provincial leader in developing and supporting clinical use of digital tools to improve care delivery and in developing and implementing tools to support virtual care, digital access to information and digital communication between providers. We are fortunate to have both organizations at the table contributing to the development of the G&A OHT.

Consistent with what we reported in Section 1.1, the degree of alignment between our current partnership and the provider networks revealed through analysis of patient flow and care patterns (i.e. the ICES methodology), is moderate.  

In both our Expression of Interest and in this Full Submission, we are including partners who were previously included within our former sub-region boundaries, historical partnerships and the Guelph-Puslinch Sub-Region Leadership Table.  The full data set provided by the Ministry using the ICES methodology describes additional partners of our provider network – North Wellington Healthcare (NWHC), (Palmerston and Louise Marshall sites), Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) and Woolwich Community Health Centre.  We have not included NWHC or GMCH in our partnership out of recognition and respect of the efforts of our partners in Rural Wellington to develop their own OHT EOI.  Based on historical partnership patterns (which have been fortified in recent years through the sub-region initiatives) and the unique rural healthcare partnership, utilization and referral patterns, we support their efforts to explore the feasibility of developing a Rural Wellington OHT. We have reached out to our Rural Wellington partners to advise them of the data that reflects patients in RW being part of the same utilization/referral network as Guelph and Area patients. We support their intentions to submit an EOI and have shared with them our ongoing intentions and openness to work with their community in the capacity that is determined to be appropriate.

Similarly, Woolwich CHC is a historical and natural partner with organizations that are part of the KW4 OHT Submission process.  As such, Woolwich CHC is working with the KW4 network. We have reached out to Woolwich CHC to inform them that they have been included in our provider network and to extend an invitation, now or in the future, to join our partnership. In addition to the 12 partners included in our EOI Self-Assessment, we have added 2 more organizations to our partnership: Hospice Wellington and the eHealth Centre of Excellence (eCE). Hospice Wellington is core to the delivery of hospice palliative care in our community and has been described by patients and caregivers as delivering care that should be emulated by the rest.  eCE is a provincial leader in developing and supporting clinical use of digital tools to improve care delivery and in developing and implementing tools to support virtual care, digital access to information and digital communication between providers. We are fortunate to have both organizations at the table contributing to the development of the G&A OHT.

Consistent with what we reported in Section 1.1, the degree of alignment between our current partnership and the provider networks revealed through analysis of patient flow and care patterns (i.e. the ICES methodology), is moderate.  

In both our Expression of Interest and in this Full Submission, we are including partners who were previously included within our former sub-region boundaries, historical partnerships and the Guelph-Puslinch Sub-Region Leadership Table.  The full data set provided by the Ministry using the ICES methodology describes additional partners of our provider network – North Wellington Healthcare (NWHC), (Palmerston and Louise Marshall sites), Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) and Woolwich Community Health Centre.  We have not included NWHC or GMCH in our partnership out of recognition and respect of the efforts of our partners in Rural Wellington to develop their own OHT EOI.  Based on historical partnership patterns (which have been fortified in recent years through the sub-region initiatives) and the unique rural healthcare partnership, utilization and referral patterns, we support their efforts to explore the feasibility of developing a Rural Wellington OHT. We have reached out to our Rural Wellington partners to advise them of the data that reflects patients in RW being part of the same utilization/referral network as Guelph and Area patients. We support their intentions to submit an EOI and have shared with them our ongoing intentions and openness to work with their community in the capacity that is determined to be appropriate.

Similarly, Woolwich CHC is a historical and natural partner with organizations that are part of the KW4 OHT Submission process.  As such, Woolwich CHC is working with the KW4 network. We have reached out to Woolwich CHC to inform them that they have been included in our provider network and to extend an invitation, now or in the future, to join our partnership. In addition to the 12 partners included in our EOI Self-Assessment, we have added 2 more organizations to our partnership: Hospice Wellington and the eHealth Centre of Excellence (eCE). Hospice Wellington is core to the delivery of hospice palliative care in our community and has been described by patients and caregivers as delivering care that should be emulated by the rest.  eCE is a provincial leader in developing and supporting clinical use of digital tools to improve care delivery and in developing and implementing tools to support virtual care, digital access to information and digital communication between providers. We are fortunate to have both organizations at the table contributing to the development of the G&A OHT.

Consistent with what we reported in Section 1.1, the degree of alignment between our current partnership and the provider networks revealed through analysis of patient flow and care patterns (i.e. the ICES methodology), is moderate.  

In both our Expression of Interest and in this Full Submission, we are including partners who were previously included within our former sub-region boundaries, historical partnerships and the Guelph-Puslinch Sub-Region Leadership Table.  The full data set provided by the Ministry using the ICES methodology describes additional partners of our provider network – North Wellington Healthcare (NWHC), (Palmerston and Louise Marshall sites), Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) and Woolwich Community Health Centre.  We have not included NWHC or GMCH in our partnership out of recognition and respect of the efforts of our partners in Rural Wellington to develop their own OHT EOI.  Based on historical partnership patterns (which have been fortified in recent years through the sub-region initiatives) and the unique rural healthcare partnership, utilization and referral patterns, we support their efforts to explore the feasibility of developing a Rural Wellington OHT. We have reached out to our Rural Wellington partners to advise them of the data that reflects patients in RW being part of the same utilization/referral network as Guelph and Area patients. We support their intentions to submit an EOI and have shared with them our ongoing intentions and openness to work with their community in the capacity that is determined to be appropriate.

Similarly, Woolwich CHC is a historical and natural partner with organizations that are part of the KW4 OHT Submission process.  As such, Woolwich CHC is working with the KW4 network. We have reached out to Woolwich CHC to inform them that they have been included in our provider network and to extend an invitation, now or in the future, to join our partnership. In addition to the 12 partners included in our EOI Self-Assessment, we have added 2 more organizations to our partnership: Hospice Wellington and the eHealth Centre of Excellence (eCE). Hospice Wellington is core to the delivery of hospice palliative care in our community and has been described by patients and caregivers as delivering care that should be emulated by the rest.  eCE is a provincial leader in developing and supporting clinical use of digital tools to improve care delivery and in developing and implementing tools to support virtual care, digital access to information and digital communication between providers. We are fortunate to have both organizations at the table contributing to the development of the G&A OHT.

Consistent with what we reported in Section 1.1, the degree of alignment between our current partnership and the provider networks revealed through analysis of patient flow and care patterns (i.e. the ICES methodology), is moderate.  

In both our Expression of Interest and in this Full Submission, we are including partners who were previously included within our former sub-region boundaries, historical partnerships and the Guelph-Puslinch Sub-Region Leadership Table.  The full data set provided by the Ministry using the ICES methodology describes additional partners of our provider network – North Wellington Healthcare (NWHC), (Palmerston and Louise Marshall sites), Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) and Woolwich Community Health Centre.  We have not included NWHC or GMCH in our partnership out of recognition and respect of the efforts of our partners in Rural Wellington to develop their own OHT EOI.  Based on historical partnership patterns (which have been fortified in recent years through the sub-region initiatives) and the unique rural healthcare partnership, utilization and referral patterns, we support their efforts to explore the feasibility of developing a Rural Wellington OHT. We have reached out to our Rural Wellington partners to advise them of the data that reflects patients in RW being part of the same utilization/referral network as Guelph and Area patients. We support their intentions to submit an EOI and have shared with them our ongoing intentions and openness to work with their community in the capacity that is determined to be appropriate.

Similarly, Woolwich CHC is a historical and natural partner with organizations that are part of the KW4 OHT Submission process.  As such, Woolwich CHC is working with the KW4 network. We have reached out to Woolwich CHC to inform them that they have been included in our provider network and to extend an invitation, now or in the future, to join our partnership. In addition to the 12 partners included in our EOI Self-Assessment, we have added 2 more organizations to our partnership: Hospice Wellington and the eHealth Centre of Excellence (eCE). Hospice Wellington is core to the delivery of hospice palliative care in our community and has been described by patients and caregivers as delivering care that should be emulated by the rest.  eCE is a provincial leader in developing and supporting clinical use of digital tools to improve care delivery and in developing and implementing tools to support virtual care, digital access to information and digital communication between providers. We are fortunate to have both organizations at the table contributing to the development of the G&A OHT.

Consistent with what we reported in Section 1.1, the degree of alignment between our current partnership and the provider networks revealed through analysis of patient flow and care patterns (i.e. the ICES methodology), is moderate.  

In both our Expression of Interest and in this Full Submission, we are including partners who were previously included within our former sub-region boundaries, historical partnerships and the Guelph-Puslinch Sub-Region Leadership Table.  The full data set provided by the Ministry using the ICES methodology describes additional partners of our provider network – North Wellington Healthcare (NWHC), (Palmerston and Louise Marshall sites), Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) and Woolwich Community Health Centre.  We have not included NWHC or GMCH in our partnership out of recognition and respect of the efforts of our partners in Rural Wellington to develop their own OHT EOI.  Based on historical partnership patterns (which have been fortified in recent years through the sub-region initiatives) and the unique rural healthcare partnership, utilization and referral patterns, we support their efforts to explore the feasibility of developing a Rural Wellington OHT. We have reached out to our Rural Wellington partners to advise them of the data that reflects patients in RW being part of the same utilization/referral network as Guelph and Area patients. We support their intentions to submit an EOI and have shared with them our ongoing intentions and openness to work with their community in the capacity that is determined to be appropriate.

Similarly, Woolwich CHC is a historical and natural partner with organizations that are part of the KW4 OHT Submission process.  As such, Woolwich CHC is working with the KW4 network. We have reached out to Woolwich CHC to inform them that they have been included in our provider network and to extend an invitation, now or in the future, to join our partnership. In addition to the 12 partners included in our EOI Self-Assessment, we have added 2 more organizations to our partnership: Hospice Wellington and the eHealth Centre of Excellence (eCE). Hospice Wellington is core to the delivery of hospice palliative care in our community and has been described by patients and caregivers as delivering care that should be emulated by the rest.  eCE is a provincial leader in developing and supporting clinical use of digital tools to improve care delivery and in developing and implementing tools to support virtual care, digital access to information and digital communication between providers. We are fortunate to have both organizations at the table contributing to the development of the G&A OHT.

Similarly, Woolwich CHC is a historical and natural partner with organizations that are part of the KW4 OHT Submission process.  As such, Woolwich CHC is working with the KW4 network. We have reached out to Woolwich CHC to inform them that they have been included in our provider network and to extend an invitation, now or in the future, to join our partnership. In addition to the 12 partners included in our EOI Self-Assessment, we have added 2 more organizations to our partnership: Hospice Wellington and the eHealth Centre of Excellence (eCE). Hospice Wellington is core to the delivery of hospice palliative care in our community and has been described by patients and caregivers as delivering care that should be emulated by the rest.  eCE is a provincial leader in developing and supporting clinical use of digital tools to improve care delivery and in developing and implementing tools to support virtual care, digital access to information and digital communication between providers. We are fortunate to have both organizations at the table contributing to the development of the G&A OHT.

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