Our Teams:

The Oxford Ontario Health Team is a multi-organizational partnership that includes active participation from local healthcare providers, clinicians, patients, caregivers and the broader community. With varying areas of care and expertise, our goal is to work together to bring a coordinated, streamlined healthcare experience to the Oxford County Community. 

In order to work towards this goal, we have created the following working groups:

Leadership and Strategy Council (The Council)

This council is responsible for Ontario Health Team (OHT) development, maturity, and success. They set OHT direction and priorities, take a strategic and collective approach to addressing challenges and getting the most out of opportunities. They are responsible for sharing key messages and information up, down, and across their organizations.
Members:

  • Executive leader from each member organization (e.g., CEO, Executive Director)
  • Community member(s), appointed by Patient Engagement Action Team
  • In the Fiscal Year 2024/25, we are planning to add Physician and Clinical leadership to the table

Co-Chairs
Carol Walters, Alzheimer’s Society Southwest Partners
Randy Peltz, Oxford County Community Health Centre

Financial Sub-Committee

Provides advisory role to Executive Project Lead regarding OHT financial matters and reporting, prior to Leadership and Strategy Council meetings.

Members:

  • TPA holder rep
  • Primary Care rep
  • Leadership and Strategy Council – Co-chair rep

Collaboration Committee

This Committee is accountable for ensuring OHT initiatives are successful by monitoring their performance, progress, and outcomes. They develop and support working groups to drive annual work plans forward, and identify opportunities that align with direction provided by the L&SC.

Members:

  • Operational and clinical leaders from each member organization (e.g., VPs, Directors, Managers)
  • Community member(s), appointed by Patient Engagement Action Team
  • Primary care representation,

Oxford Primary Care Network (PCN)

The PCN is a group of primary care providers (physicians, nurse practitioner and organizational leaders), that ensure that a strong primary care clinical voice and perspective is brought to OHT work. Through the PCN, primary care providers will also co-design models of integrated care in order to make meaningful impact for patients.

Chair: OHT Physician Lead Dr. Tamachi

Members:

  • Primary Care Providers from across Oxford County.
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Oxford OHT Leadership and Strategy Council,  April 2024

Working Groups

Patient Engagement Action Team (PEAT)

A team of community members with lived experiences. They ensure the work is grounded in patient/client and caregiver resources and provide recommendations on matters that impact the experience of patients, clients, caregivers, and families within Oxford County.

Communications Community of Practice

Communications representatives from OHT partners meet quarterly to discuss communications plans, best practices, and strategies across their organizations.

Navigator Community of Practice

This team is comprised of navigation representatives from partner organizations. Their focus is to drive changes in alignment with TPA navigation expectations. This includes facilitating knowledge sharing and communication, strengthening partnerships across health/social sectors, and executing navigation plans.

Digital Health and Privacy Enabling Working Group

A team comprised of privacy and/or digital health representatives from partner organizations that focus on driving changes in alignment with TPA digital health and technology expectations. This includes facilitating knowledge sharing and communication, strengthening partnerships across health/social sectors, and executing digital health plans.

Palliative Care Task Force

A task force comprised of OHT members in related roles, designed to support palliative project teams by removing barriers and supporting decision making.

Chronic Disease Task Force

A task force comprised of OHT members in related roles, designed to support chronic disease project teams by removing barriers and supporting decision making.

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