SOS Primary Care Network Report – Vulnerabilities and Solutions –

September 21, 2019

September 2019
South Okanagan Similkameen Primary Care Network
The first five months of Primary Care Network funding have been full of great progress, allowing our region to address vulnerabilities and to strengthen our existing network of care, as we continue our shift towards team-based primary care delivery.

Vulnerabilities and Solutions
For context we have highlighted each of our networks of care, their vulnerabilities, and solutions to address those vulnerabilities. Some of these solutions pre-date Primary Care Network funding, some are being shored up by Primary Care Network funding, while still others are being introduced as a result of Primary Care Network funding.

We have also highlighted some process issues and proposed solutions in order to increase the success of Primary Care Network implementation, which began in Penticton, Summerland and Okanagan Falls, with service plan deveopment underway with the communities of Oliver, Osoyoos, Osoyoos Indian Band, Keremeos, Lower Similkameen Indian Band, Upper Similkameen Indian Band, Hedley and Princeton.

To access the report, click on the link  #1 SOS PCN report РSept 2019

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