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Survey for prospective members

RISE welcomes the active participation of individuals who bring one or more types of expertise to providing support to Ontario Health Teams (OHTs).

When an individual works in an organization that has a clear focal point through whom many types of expertise can be accessed, we encourage this person to complete the survey.

RISE is committed to ensuring that members of the RISE community of practice have equitable opportunities to contribute to this support, regardless of what region or sector they work in. We warmly welcome individuals from across Ontario and from sectors like home and community care, primary care, rehabilitation care, long-term care, and public health.

Prospective members of the RISE community of practice should review the charter for the RISE community and then complete this brief online survey about their areas of expertise. They will then be invited to join the RISE community of practice and to use an online platform (set up by and moderated by RISE) to engage with other RISE community members (and later to use a custom-built interface on the RISE website).

At some point in the future we will 'test' a searchable database of members of the RISE community of practice on the RISE webpage. By completing this survey, you give us permission to present your name, email address and (if applicable) the URL for the group or organization you represent (if we proceed with the online database) and with OHTs seeking support.

There are 14 questions in this survey.
Which of the following options best describes the type of contribution you could make to the support being provided to OHTs? 

Please select only one option.
In which of the following domains are you best positioned to contribute to the support being provided to OHTs?

Note that the 58 domains are organized by the following eight building blocks of OHTs. You may find it easiest to pick the building block where you are best positioned to contribute and then to scroll down to the domains that match that building block number.
  • Building block #1 (BB #1): Defined patient population [who is covered, and what does 'covered' mean]
  • Building block #2 (BB #2): In-scope services [what is covered?]
  • Building block #3 (BB #3): Patient partnership and community engagement [how are patient engaged?]
  • Building block #4 (BB #4): Patient care and experience [how are patient experiences and outcomes measured and supported?]
  • Building block #5 (BB #5): Digital health [how are data and digital solutions harnessed?]
  • Building block #6 (BB #6): Leadership, accountability and governance [how are governance and delivery arrangements aligned, and how are providers engaged?]
  • Building block #7 (BB #7): Funding and incentive structure [how are financial arrangements aligned?]
  • Building block #8 (BB #8): Performance measurement, quality, and continuous learning [how is rapid learning and improvement supported?]
Double-click on one to five items in the left list to move them to the right. If you select more than one item, re-arrange them so they appear in order from highest ranked (where you can make the greatest contribution) to lowest ranked.
 
For which of the following characteristics of a rapid-learning health and social system do you have particularly rich experiences that you could contribute to the support beging provided to OHTs?

Please check all that apply.
In which of the following sectors do you have particularly rich experiences that you could contribute to the support being provided to OHTs?

Please check all that apply.
Do you have particularly rich experiences with specific categories of conditions (e.g., cancer, childhood disability, or mental health and addictions) that you could contribute to the support being provided to OHTs)?

Please list any specific categories of conditions in the text box. Please leave blank if not applicable.
Do you have particularly rich experiences with specific categories of treatments (e.g., prescription drugs or surgery) that you could contribute to the support being provided to OHTs)?

Please list any specific categories of treatments in the text box. Please leave blank if not applicable.
Do you have particularly rich experiences with specific populations (e.g., children and youth, Indigenous peoples, older adults, vulnerable adults, or women) that you could contribute to the support being provided to OHTs)?

Please list any specific populations in the text box. Please leave blank if not applicable.
To which of the following cities (or regions where the city is located) are you closest or you have particularly strong connections and hence could contribute to regionally focused support being provided to OHTs?

Please select only one option.
Are you affiliated with a group that is applying to become an Ontario Health Team?
To which group are you affiliated (e.g., Hamilton group)?
(This question is mandatory)
Please provide your name (first name, last name).
Please provide your telephone number.
(This question is mandatory)
Please provide your email address.
Please provide a URL for the group or organization you represent (if applicable).