Msaa Agreement

Interprofessional service agreements are divided into three categories. Click on the links below to see any agreement. Below are current MSAAs, timetables and amendment agreements with all COMMUNITY agencies that include funding capacity, current accountability and performance commitments specific to the Central East LHIN as of April 1, 2020. To facilitate the negotiation of accountability agreements in the sector, each LHIN-funded health care provider must submit a planning document known as Community Accountability Planning Submission (CAPS). The Community Analysis Tool (CAT) – Lite is an Excel-based reporting tool designed to collaborate with CAPS and MSAA. It is mandatory for community suppliers and is used to facilitate the quarterly reporting process. In particular, CAPS and MSAas are for municipal support services, municipal mental health agencies and addiction services, and municipal health centres. The central themes of CAPS are service planning, health care measurement and evaluation, and organizational performance. . Community Home Support- Lanark County- MSAA Final Agreement- 2019-20 Before the integration of Hotel Dieu Hospital and Kingston General Hospital on April 1, 2017: If you have any questions, please contact your LHIN liability specialist. For more information, please contact the local Health Care Providers Agency or Michelle Nurse in

Community Home Support – Lanark County 2014-17 M-SAA On April 1, 2007, THE LHINs took responsibility for the planning, funding and integration of health services and, since then, interprofessional organizations (CSSS, CHCS, CMHAs) and multi-sector account management agreements (MSAAs) have negotiated for each organization. CAPS, in collaboration with the MSAA, form the basis of a multi-year funding and planning framework. This framework supports the efforts of the LHIN and the province to improve the stability and accountability of the health system by: To view MSAA models available aODA, click on the links below: The CAT-Lite tool is located on the Self-Report Reporting Initiative (IRS) website. Training materials can be find on the HSIMI website.