À propos de notre équipe santé Ontario

Les équipes anté Ontario (ÉSO) sont mises en place dans toute la province afin d’introduire une nouvelle façon de prodiguer des soins qui sont davantage interconnectés et de faciliter l’accès pour les individus et leurs prestataires de soins.

L’équipe santé Ontario de Frontenac, Lennox et Addington (ÉSO-FLA) s'engage à développer un système de soins de santé fondé sur des équipes qui donnent la priorité à la santé mentale, physique, émotionnelle, spirituelle et sociale ainsi qu'au bien-être pour répondre aux besoins de notre communauté.

 

Notre ÉSO repose sur une vision audacieuse qui consiste à offrir une Maison de santé axée sur la population à toute personne bénéficiant des services de notre ÉSO. Cette vision englobe sept principes en matière de soins : équité, accessibilité, interconnexion, collaboration, continuité, globalité et responsabilité.

 

Le travail que nous réalisons en vue de concrétiser cette vision est accompli en partenariat avec les membres de la communauté et plus de 70 organisations, regroupées en réseaux de soins axés sur les besoins des personnes auxquelles elles offrent leurs services, notamment les soins à domicile et communautaires, et les services de soutien communautaire, les soins de longue durée, les services de toxicomanie et de santé mentale, les soins primaires, les hôpitaux, les spécialistes, le bien-être et l'équité ainsi que l'éducation et la recherche.

Why build an Ontario Health Team?

The Quadruple Aim outlining four objectives: improving patient experience, improving population health, reducing costs and care team wellbeing

This new vision for health care in Ontario is well-aligned with the ‘Quadruple Aim,’ an internationally-recognized framework that designs and delivers an effective health care system.

 

The four objectives of the Quadruple Aim are:

  1. Improving the patient and caregiver experience;

  2. Improving the health of populations;

  3. Reducing the per capita cost of health care; and,

  4. Improving the work life of providers.

The Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Ontario Health Team (FLA OHT) is a group of health and social service partners who have deep roots in the communities across our region. 

Network image May2022.png

A closer look ...

The FLA OHT is made up of a partners from different Networks, as shown in each circle. Partners may be part of more than one network.

The Networks are centered on the needs of people they provide for, made up of services and agencies who deliver care in a particular area of our health and wellness system.

Learn more about FLA OHT Partners.

How the OHT is organized 

Understanding our Structure
Understanding our Structure

press to zoom
Working Groups
Working Groups

press to zoom
Working together!
Working together!

press to zoom
Understanding our Structure
Understanding our Structure

press to zoom
1/5

CLICK on the arrows  >  to advance the presentation. 

 

These principles transcend all FLA OHT work.

  • Community and provider partnership in all aspects

  • People are partners in co-designing the system they access

  • Population health focus rather than pure “medical” focus

  • Focus on wellness

  • Inclusive and equitable

  • Importance of Social determinants of health

  • Respectful of Indigenous rights, world view and principles of wellness

  • Inclusive of Francophone population

  • Evidence and quality improvement based

 

Read more about the Guiding Principles of the FLA OHT.

The FLA OHT Timeline

May 2019: Teams from both the South East (SE) and the Rural Frontenac, Lennox & Addington (RFLA) regions submitted Self-Assessments to the Ministry of Health.

Fall 2019Ministry of Health requested SE and RFLA regions to form one Ontario Health Team for the Frontenac, Lennox & Addington region.

September 2020the Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Ontario Health Team (FLA OHT) in development submitted their OHT Application to the Ministry of Health. Read the full application.

November 2020Frontenac, Lennox & Addington Ontario Health Team receives official designation by the Ministry of Health. Read the media release.

Today, our FLA Ontario Health Team has taken flight towards our goals of more integrated, inclusive and connected care, thanks to the collaboration and hard work of our community members, health care providers, partners and working group members.

All information on this website is not available in French; however, we are in the process of translating content. Thank you for your understanding.