OHT Virtual Engagement Series Webinar: OHT Learnings through COVID-19

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The Ministry of Health (ministry) and Ontario Health (OH) are hosting the third session of the “OHT Virtual Engagement Series” on June 28, 2021, from 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. This session will be focused on OHT learnings through COVID-19 and how these experiences can shape OHTs’ future work as they transform patient care.

This session will feature a facilitated panel discussion and question and answer period with a number of OHTs who will share their experiences responding to COVID-19 in their local communities, including lessons learned that can be applied to the delivery of better integrated and coordinated care, in an equitable, population-health focused way. In addition, ministry and Ontario Health leaders will share reflections on an equitable, patient-centred health system recovery and the role of OHTs as enablers of that recovery.

Ontario Health partners scheduled to speak include:

- Dr. Sacha Bhatia, Executive, Population Health and Values Based Health System, Ontario Health
- Anna Greenberg, Chief, Strategy and Planning, Ontario Health
- Dr. Chris Simpson, Executive Vice President, Medical, Ontario Health
This session will also include remarks from Deputy Premier of Ontario and Minister of Health Christine Elliott (planned).


  • BB#1: Defined patient population
  • BB#2: In-scope services
  • BB#3: Patient partnership
  • BB#4: Patient care
  • BB#6: Leadership & governance
  • General OHT updates
  • Population-health management

Target audience

  • Broader health system partners
  • Cohort 1
  • Cohort 2
  • Cohort 3
  • In-development teams

Target OHT role/function

  • Communications leads
  • cQIP leads
  • Decision-support leads
  • Digital health leads
  • Executive/ administrative leads
  • Health information management leads
  • Implementation leads
  • Other clinical leads
  • Patient and family engagement leads
  • Patient, family and caregiver partners
  • Performance management and accountability leads
  • Primary-care leads
  • Priority population working-group leads
  • Privacy leads