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Ontario Health Teams

**NEW**   Family physicians can now earn up to 60 Mainpro+ certified credits for participating in OHT work through OCFP's OHT Planning and Delivery of Integrated Care program. We are working out the final details of this program, and they will be posted soon - check back on this page. In the meantime, we encourage family physicians to keep track of hours spent on OHT-related work.

Ontario Health Teams (OHTs) are changing how health care is delivered in the province so that patients receive better-integrated care in their community.

The evidence is clear: organizations that effectively engage physicians in health system design, change processes, and leadership development opportunities are more likely to experience improved outcomes.

Check out our new tip sheet, focused on ways OHTs can maximize the involvement of family doctors for the benefit of their OHT and the patients they serve.

Download Tip Sheet - For the OHT: Involving Family Doctors in Health Reform

                                         

The OCFP is committed to sharing the information family doctors need to make decisions for their practice and patients. We have developed a brief resource to assist you as you consider how and when to get involved, and where to go for more information.   

Download Resource - For the Family Doctor: OHT Overview + Questions to Ask Yourself and Others Participating in OHTs

We will keep members apprised of relevant information related to OHTs as they evolve.  The following documents and resources have been compiled and will be updated as new details become available.

Bookmark this page, check back frequently for up-to-date information, and feel free to reach out to us at [email protected]a with any questions.