Questions & answers: sustaining accountability.

  • Anderson M
  • Hooper L
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Abstract

As part of Ontario's ambitious health transformation agenda, 14 Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) were created with the responsibility to plan, fund and integrate local healthcare services. As a result, LHINs are key stakeholders and play a critical role in the future of the province's Wait Time Information System (WTIS). As members of the WTIS project Steering Committee, these LHIN Leads share their thoughts and experiences in achieving accountability to make the WTIS a success.

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  • PUI: 355165215
  • ISSN: 17102774
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-69249203757
  • SGR: 69249203757
  • PMID: 19458506

Authors

  • Matthew Anderson

  • Lewis Hooper

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