Partnering for a Healthy Community AwardsBill MacLeod, Nala Sriharam, Stacey Horodezny

Hon. Indira Naidoo-Harris, MPP Halton and Associate Minister of Education (Early Years and Childcare) with Kate Power, CEO, Links2CareMPP Bob Delaney, MPP (Mississauga—Streetsville)

Collaborative initiatives underway among health service providers across the LHIN were showcased at the second annual event on September 26, 2016  named this year after the 2016-2019 Mississauga Halton LHIN Integrated Health Service Plan which puts the needs of patients at its centre by focusing on three key priorities: Access, Capacity and Quality.

For this year’s awards, we received 12 initiatives. These initiatives include the work of 40 health care organizations reflecting partnerships that are improving the health care system for patients, clients, families and residents.

2016 Winning Initiatives

2016 Partnering for a Healthy Community Awards Recipient: Access
2016 Partnering for a Healthy Community Awards Recipient: Quality

2016 Honourable Mentions

  • Putting Patients at the Heart (PPATH) Integrated Funding Model
    Led by Trillium Health Partners and Saint Elizabeth
Picture of representatives from Putting Patients at the Heart (PPATH) Integrated Funding Model
  • Reducing Inappropriate Anti-psychotic Medication Use
    Led by Alzheimer Society Peel, Halton Geriatric Mental Health Outreach Program, Sienna Senior Living, and Silverthorn Care Community
Picture of representatives from Reducing Inappropriate Anti-psychotic Medication Use

Additional Resources

IHSP Logo: Access, Capacity, Quality

"Ontario's Local Health Integration Networks are vital to our health care system. They are the front line of service delivery and patient care in our province. These awards are a wonderful way to recognize the hard work and tireless efforts of our incredible LHIN teams." 
― Indira Naidoo-Harris, MPP Halton 

“The submissions for Mississauga Halton LHIN’s 2016 Partnering for a Healthy Community Awards were of exceptional calibre and the winners were outstanding. These awards celebrate quality and innovation in the Mississauga Halton LHIN as reflected in the phenomenal work that happens at the front line in partnership with health service providers, patients, clients and caregivers.”  
― Amir Ginzburg, Keynote Speaker and Clinical Quality Lead, Mississauga Halton LHIN and HQO

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