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Health Policy


cleo martin

on 30 March 2010

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To address challenges of "limited and inequitable access to sustainable, high-quality, community-based primary healthcare" Strengthening Primary Healthcare in Canada Prospects of Implementing Option #2 Support the targeted expansion of inter-professional collaborative (IPC) practice in primary healthcare (PHC) Why? Institutions Interests Ideas Status Quo in Ontario McMaster Health Forum Stakeholder Dialogue (2010) Government Structure Policy Legacies Policy Networks Interest Groups "What is" "What ought to be" PHC is based on services delivered primarily by physicians working in solo or small-group practices

Physician fee-for-service remuneration is publicly funded by the provincial government through the Canada Health Transfer

Fewer than 10% of PHC physicians work in multidisciplinary practices

Professional Groups Government
Support OMA on IPC Window of Opportunity 3-I Framework DEAL MAKERS The health care system is gradually being transformed to ensure that the patient is at the centre
delivery is timely, care is safe, continuity is maintained and access is guaranteed. Improved
collaboration and teamwork are expected to help caregivers manage increasing workloads, reduce wait times and reduce the likelihood of adverse reactions to care "...calls for incorporation of interprofessional care into existing legislation, systems and infrastructure and notes that recent initiatives such as family health teams depend on a model of interprofessional care"
change means 1991
Regulated Health Professions Act 1867
British North American (Constitution) Act 1984
Canada Health Act 1996
Healthcare Consent Act 2007
Systems Improvement Act 2000
Primary Health Care
Transition Fund 2005
Health Teams" 2006
McGuinty gives IPE $20.4 M 1966
Medical Care
Act _________________________________________________ Re-negotiation of Canada Health Transfer: 2014 appears resistant... Blended
Capitation "The OMA believes that the collaboration that occurs in interprofessional team
care could improve patient care in Ontario" Support! Nurse Practitioners Registered Dieticians Physiotherapists Midwives Pharmacists
increased patient satisfaction
cost-savings effects
Evidence IPC effective in other jurisdictions and countries "77% of Ontarians support IPC teams" "Current healthcare system
is unsustainable" Health Professions Regulatory
Advisory Council 2009 Increase scopes of practice $$$ References

1. Evidence Brief: Strengthening Primary Healthcare in Canada. (11 May, 2009). McMaster Health Forum, pg 1-27.

2. Health Canada. (June 21, 2006). Retrieved March 8, 2010, from

3. Hutchison, B., Abelson, J. & Lavis, J. (2001). Primary care in Canada: so much innovation, so little change. Health Affairs, 20(3), 116-131.

4. Position Statement: Team-related bonuses is the correct way to go. (2007). Nurse Practitioner’s Association of Ontario, 1-4.

5. Interprofessional Collaboration, Phase II [Report to MOHLTC]. (2008). Health Professions Regulatory Advisory Council, 1-205.

6. Nurturing Interprofessional Collaboration in Ontario. (2008). College of Dieticians of Ontario [Submission to the HPRAC’s Consultation Discussion Guide], 1-16.

7. Braithwaite, J., & Travaglia, JF. (2005). A Framework for inter-professional learning and clinical education for ACT Health. Canberra: Braithwaite and Associates and the ACT Health Department.

8. Ontario Medical Association Policy on Interprofessional Care. July 20, 2007, 1-20.

9. Health Canada. (2005). Primary health care - upcoming events (Government. Canada: Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada.

10. Health Canada. (2007). Collaborative care (Government. Ottawa: Health Canada.

11. Martin, C. M., & Hogg, W. E. (2004). How family physicians are funded in canada. The Medical Journal of Australia, 181(2), 111-112.

12. The Conference Board of Canada. (2007). Achieving public protection through collaborative self-regulation. Canada: The Conference Board of Canada.

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