Tuesday, September 22, 2020 | 2:00pm – 3:00pm | WEBINAR
COVID-19 has required a systems wide response to the various unique challenges that have been faced in LTC. The Ministry has restarted Ontario Health Team (OHT) implementation with a new emphasis on COVID system capacity and care planning. Establishing a collaborative decision-making arrangement is a fundamental step for all OHTs as they resume their development and seek eligibility for implementation funding. How can you ensure your home is heard in that work and that your needs will be met?
This webinar will walk you through the requirements set out in recent Ministry guidance, give you an overview of different OHT decision-making models, and outline what to consider as the OHT selects a financial custodian. Leave with a set of valuable tips for strengthening the LTC voice in OHT decision-making and financial accountability.
Karima Kanani, Partner, Miller Thomson LLP. Karima Kanani is one of the top Health Industry Specialists at Miller Thomson LLP. Karima has been named as one of the “Best of the New Generation” of lawyers by Precedent Magazine, and as a “Rising Star” and “Leading Canadian Corporate Lawyer to Watch” by Lexpert Magazine. Her legal practice is dedicated exclusively to the health and social service sector. Karima serves as corporate counsel advising on corporate governance, funding and accountability, health service integration, health infrastructure development, government relations and more. Karima is a frequent industry speaker on developments in the health sector and a long-time education partner with AdvantAge Ontario.
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