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OHT Planning and Delivery of Integrated Care Program

The OCFP has certified the Ontario Health Teams Planning and Delivery of Integrated Care Program, which enables family physicians engaged in the work of Ontario Health Teams (OHTs) to earn up to 60 Mainpro+® continuing professional development credits, with one credit for each hour of OHT work to plan and deliver integrated care. The program recognizes the applied learning that comes engagement in transformation.

This unique program has been structured to enable maximum flexibility as family physician work to advance local priorities and move toward more integrated care for their patients, including coordinating services and ensuring a Patient's Medical Neighbourhood lens to meeting patient needs. 

Learning Objectives

The OCFP developed the OHT Planning and Delivery of Integrated Care Program to reflect the contributions of Family Physicians in building their Patient Medical Neighbourhoods (OHT attribution areas) through the OHT planning and delivery processes.

Participants will be able to:
Define the vision of their local OHT within the context of their local priority populations in their attribution area. Planned measures will be developed consistent with the quadruple aim, defined as:

1) Patient and Caregiver Experience – People can get the care they need, when and where they need it
2) Patient and Population Health Outcomes – Effective and appropriate care is provided to patients and health outcomes are improved
3) Value and Efficiency – Use of system resources is optimized
4) Provider Experience – Providers have high levels of confidence in the system and provider health is supported

Interpret their practice and community level data to define and create plans around integrated care for the priority patient populations within their OHT
Analyze their patient-level data to proactively identify those who have the greatest needs and establish a plan for coordinating services from multiple sectors to ensure these needs are met through a Patient Medical Home/Neighbourhood lens
Develop an approach to the OHT implementation based on analysis of the gaps between population needs and local resources and reflecting the OHT building blocks that their local team will be designing with their input, and the general timelines for any changes that are likely to affect them
Describe the priority populations identified for focus by their local team


The OCFP has created the OHT Planning and Delivery of Integrated Care Toolkit to guide family physicians on meeting Mainpro+ requirements, and to outline the related requirements of OHTs.

View/download the program Toolkit

To learn more, view the presentation from our inaugural information session. 

Questions? Visit our Online Repository for more info on OHTs