Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Seniors' Care. If you are a senior, you have many options for care in your home, in supportive housing, in a retirement residence, or in a long-term care home. Seniors Co-Payment Program changes. Low income seniors can pay less for prescription drugs.
Actived: 8 days ago
Programs and Services
Participating health care providers may only access your drug claims history for the purpose of providing care to you. Health care providers are required by law to protect the privacy of your personal health information. Healthy Kids Community Challenge. Designed to improve the health and activity of youth across the province. Healthy Smiles
Understanding Health Care in Ontario
Call Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000. This is a free, confidential phone service that you can call any time, night or day. You can get health advice or general health information from a nurse. The nurse will help you decide if you should: take care of yourself at home. make an appointment with your doctor.
Medical Exemptions to COVID-19 Vaccination
Ministry of Health Medical Exemptions to COVID-19 Vaccination Version 1.0, September 14th, 2021 This guidance provides basic information only. This document is not intended to provide or take the place of medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or legal advice. In the event of any conflict between this guidance document and any applicable
Public Health Laboratories
Public Health Ontario operates these laboratories. The laboratories provide clinical laboratory services and expertise in diseases prevention and health protection and promotion. The laboratories' services include: Clinical and environmental testing (including well water testing for private residences)
Ministry Statutes. The Minister of Health and Long-Term Care is responsible for the administration of the following statutes: Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 (in respect of core mental health services for children and youth; and except in respect of section 151, 222-227, 333, paragraph 10 of section 344, paragraphs 14-20 of
Renewing your OHIP Health Card
your health card and have a photo taken. Renewal notices for photo health cards are mailed approximately two months prior to the expiry date shown on the front of your card, but you can renew up to six months prior to this expiry date. If you are 15½ years of age or older, to renew your Ontario photo health card, you must : 1.
Ontario’s Action Plan For Health Care
integrated health providers — such as family health care, community care, hospitals and long-term care — that moves patients more seamlessly from one care setting to another. Demographic and Fiscal Challenges. The health care system is facing unprecedented challenges. Most prominent among them are the demographic and fiscal challenges.
Quality of Care Information Protection Act, 2016
Legislation Quality of Care Information Protection Act, 2016. The Quality of Care Information Protection Act, 2016 (QCIPA) allows health professionals to have open discussions about critical incidents involving patient care and quality improvement matters in general.The goal of QCIPA is to create a safe space for health professionals to talk openly about quality improvement, including the
Health Care Professionals
News for Health Care Professionals. As part of Ontario’s comprehensive plan to end hallway health care, we will be modernizing both public health and emergency health services to meet the evolving needs of communities across Ontario. SADIE (the Special Authorization Digital Information Exchange) is the portal for submitting Exceptional Access
Questions and Answers
To report your lost, stolen or damaged health card you can call the ServiceOntario INFOline at 1-866-532-3161, for TTY service please call 1-800-387-5559. To replace your red and white health card, you will have to switch to a photo health card. To convert your card: Go in person to your local ServiceOntario centre.
Excellent Care For All
Bundled care is a service delivery and funding model that is designed to promote greater integration in health care delivery, drive high-quality, efficient care and improve patient outcomes and experience. In a bundled care approach, a group of health care providers receives a single payment to cover all the care needs of an individual patient
Health Equity Impact Assessment (HEIA)
Health Equity Impact Assessment (HEIA)MOH Health Equity Impact Assessment (HEIA) Tool The HEIA Tool has two parts. The HEIA tool includes a template and a workbook.The workbook provides detailed instructions and walks users through the five steps of HEIA: 1) Scoping, 2) Potential Impacts, 3) Mitigation, 4) Monitoring, and 5) Dissemination.
Resource Manual for Physicians
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Resource Manual for Physicians Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Date: October 2017 Government of Ontario OHIP Publications page. Government of Ontario OHIP Publications page. Resource Manual for Physicians . This manual is a general summary provided for information purposes only. All efforts are