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Friday, May 04, 2018

Implementation of the Electronic Coordinated Care Plan (eCCP)

Implementation of the Electronic Coordinated Care Plan (eCCP) aims to address existing challenges for Health Service Providers (HSPs) to securely and efficiently collaborate, co-create and manage the provincial Coordinated Care Plan (CCPs) developed by Health Quality Ontario. Currently, CCPs in the Toronto Central LHIN are largely managed on paper, making management and sharing of CCPs difficult and time consuming.

In an effort to support coordinated care planning for the top 5% of complex patients, the Toronto Central LHIN, in partnership the University Health Network is implementing the CHRIS + HPG (Client Health Related Information System + Health Partner Gateway) solution across the region.

What is CHRIS + HPG?
The CHRIS + HPG Solution is a web-based application hosted by Health Shared Services Ontario, which will allow secure exchange of health information between the Toronto Central LHIN and our partners.

The tool will:

  • Provide participants with a centralized location to view CCP history and progress
  • Support providers by automating the process of creating, updating, and completing CCPs
  • Provide real time notification on client progress and CCP updates through email notifications
  • Support the ability to share the CCP with participants that are not yet using the electronic system through exportable and printable PDFs
Who will be impacted by this initiative?
Toronto Central LHIN Health Service Providers using the provincial CCP to initiate or contribute to a patient’s coordinated care plan. This will include Community agencies, the Toronto Central LHIN home and community care team, primary care providers and hospitals.

When will the solution be implemented?
Work is underway to plan for implementing the eCCP throughout the year. The Mid-East Sub-Region will act as the pilot for the first rollout so we can understand site readiness, current processes and existing networks of providers with shared patients. Based on this analysis, an adoption plan will be developed to engage the remaining sub regions to get involved.

Who is already participating?
The following organizations are currently participating in initial planning and knowledge building activities:

  • FIFE House
  • COTA
  • LOFT
  • Fred Victor
  • Woodgreen
  • University Health Network – Telemedicine IMPACT Plus
  • Toronto Central LHIN Home and Community Care
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