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http://oaccac.com/News/Pages/How-CCACs-Care-An-update-on-quality-improvement-for-patients.aspxHow CCACs Care: An update on quality improvement for patientsAn update on CCACs’ quality improvement progress on key priorities for improving patient care.Read Quality Update
http://oaccac.com/News/Pages/Making-Way-for-Change.aspxMaking Way for ChangeOACCAC puts forward recommendations to improve patient care at home and in the community Making way for change
http://oaccac.com/News/Pages/Health-comes-home-part-4.aspxHealth Comes Home, part 4: Launching the ConversationRead our four-part series aimed at starting a broad dialogue about the vital issues affecting the future of health care. READ HEALTH COMES HOME

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The OACCAC supports the contribution of Ontario's CCACs to the health-care policy landscape by developing papers, submissions and reports on health policy, and by providing information and analysis on legislation and regulation that affect CCACs and the delivery of home and community care.
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Enabling Care Through Technology

CCACs are the only part of the Ontario's health-care system with single province wide e-health platform. This provides all CCACs access to common information and the ability to leverage technology to support strong connections and effective communication between home care, hospitals and primary care.
 
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In 2012/13, CCACs served more than 653,000 people across Ontario

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Ontario Expanding Strategy to Address Mental Health Issueshttp://news.ontario.ca/mohltc/en/2014/11/ontario-expanding-strategy-to-address-mental-health-issues.html?utm_source=ondemand&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=p11/25/2014 5:00:00 AMOntario Expanding Strategy to Address Mental Health IssuesNews Release
Participate in McMaster Health Forum’s upcoming optimal aging eventshttp://mcmasterhealthforum.org/citizens/public-events/optimal-aging11/24/2014 5:00:00 AMParticipate in McMaster Health Forum’s upcoming optimal aging eventsSector News
Caregiver Leaves to Help Families Now in Effecthttp://news.ontario.ca/mol/en/2014/10/caregiver-leaves-to-help-families-now-in-effect.html?utm_source=ondemand&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=p10/31/2014 4:00:00 AMCaregiver Leaves to Help Families Now in EffectSector News
2014 Mandate letter: Long-Term Care and Wellnesshttp://www.ontario.ca/government/2014-mandate-letter-long-term-care-and-wellness9/26/2014 4:00:00 AM2014 Mandate letter: Long-Term Care and WellnessSector News



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How We Carehttp://oaccac.com/Quality/Documents1/2012-2013-CCAC-Quality-Report-EN.pdfHow We Care2012-2013 CCAC Quality Report
Health Comes Home: Part 4http://oaccac.com/News/Pages/Health-comes-home-part-4.aspxHealth Comes Home: Part 4Health Comes Home, part 4: Launching the Conversation