Essential Reporting Requirements in Long-Term Care

Essential Reporting Requirements in Long-Term Care
November 9 and 16, 2021
9:00AM-12:30PM, both days


Program Sponsored by:

(Note: Sessions must be purchased as a set)  

Members: $275
Non-Members: $390



Reporting the right information, at the right time, in the right way, to a variety of oversight bodies is an important regulatory requirement for long-term care homes and employees. This imperative and the need for a home’s staff to be aware of their specific reporting obligations was underlined by the LTC Homes Public Inquiry. The COVID-19 pandemic has added reporting requirements of its own.

With so much to stay on top of, it is critical that you refresh your knowledge and review the different reporting formats required by the range of agencies involved. You will hear directly from representatives of major reporting organizations with specifics on what is required and expected, including for COVID-19-related and health privacy obligations, new for this year’s workshop. Ensure your home stays compliant and avoids potential consequences due to incorrect or misinformed reporting practices. Bring your questions and leave with answers.

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Day 1
Tuesday, November 9, 2021
9:00am – 12:30pm
 


Session #1: Reporting Incidents to the Ministry of Long-Term Care

Speaker: Brad Robinson, Acting Director, Long-Term Care Inspections Branch

Session #2: Reporting to the Office of the Chief Coroner
Speaker: Dr. Roger Skinner, Regional Supervising Coroner, Toronto West Regional Office


Day 2 
Tuesday, November 16, 2021
9:00am – 12:30pm

Session #1: Reporting Requirements for Health Privacy
Speakers: Kathryn Frelick, Partner, Miller Thomson LLP;
Janine Mills, Quality and Privacy Officer, Thrive Group

Session #2: Reporting to the College of Nurses of Ontario
Speaker: TBD

Session #3: Public Health and COVID-19 Reporting Requirements
Speaker: TBD

 
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Meg Litchfield joined the Long-Term Care Funding and Programs Branch in May 2019. During her time in the ministry, she has worked closely on the Rate Reduction Program, including the recent initiative to exclude specified COVID-19 benefit increases and one-time payments from the 2021-22 program cycle. More recently, she has been working on wide variety of funding initiatives to support the LTC sector during COVID-19. Her areas of expertise include project and program management. Meg holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from Queen's University.

Abonti Mukherjee is a policy analyst with the Ministry of Long-Term Care and a recent graduate from the University of Toronto. Through her health policy studies and time as a co-op student at the Ministry of Transportation, she became passionate about the social determinants of health and improving access to health resources. She now employs that passion every day through her work on the Long-Term Care Rate Reduction Program, helping ensure low-income residents have access to the care they need. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing and playing video games.

“Saul Melamed has been on a self-guided tour of Ontario’s healthcare system for about 20 years.  He’s enjoyed working with hospitals, the Ministry of Health, the LHINs, Cancer Care Ontario, children’s mental health providers and now CIHI.  In his current role he’s responsible for CIHI’s Stakeholder Management in the Ontario context.  He can connect you with the relevant CIHI experts and resources to address your health information needs.”
She has joined the public sector since 2009. As a Senior Methodologist at Health Sector Models Branch at the Ministry of Health, she has brought essential technical skills in automating and improving efficiency of the current health care allocation model. As a technical lead in LTC Case Mix (CMI) portfolio, she successfully optimized the process of LTC CMI updates and created various tools to track the changes in CMI and funding impacts. In addition, she has applied data mining and SAS (Statistical Analysis System) skills in various program policy development, implementation and evaluation, and funding structure review.
Richard Lee is a Business and Fiscal Planning Advisor with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Long-Term Care. He is a CPA CMA and has over 10 years of experience administering funding to the long-term care home sector. Richard organizes the development and implementation of  the Subsidy Calculation Worksheet, Annual Reconciliation Report and Overall Reconciliation in accordance with new, discontinued and revised long-term care home financial policies. He is contacted regularly by the sector for guidance on the ministry’s long-term care home financial regulations, polices and processes.

Rita Yip is a Business Advisor in the Health Data Branch, Capacity Planning and Analytics Division, Ministry of Health.   She leads the enhancement of the Ontario Healthcare Reporting Standards (OHRS) related to Long Term Care Homes.  The OHRS provides a framework to collect financial and statistical data based on provincial information needs.  Rita is a Certified Management Accountant, Chartered Professional Accountant and Certified Business Continuity Professional, and has years of experience working with various health datasets and data standards.

Mary has worked as Director of Finance at the Glebe Centre for thirty years. She has completed lots of different reports for the province over the years, but never saw as many as she did in the past year! Mary will share some tips on how she organizes/summarizes her monthly information to make year end reporting a little easier.