Lhin Accountability Agreements
Use the following links to learn more about the responsibility of each LHIN (listed in alphabetical order). Not sure what LHIN you`re in? Use our postcode search tool. Caps/HAPS approved by SRI and LAPS on the Long-Term Care Home portal in hsimi.ca/LTCHome for Toronto Central LHIN to establish agreements. (HSPs are required to manage their own internal licensing procedures; from the end of our operations today, we will assume that the last submission has received internal authorizations). – Please note that this data may differ from agreements with other LHIN and these are the current scheduled dates that can be adjusted during the fall/winter. The “Central East” and “Department” agreement defines the responsibility between the Minister and the LHIN for the Middle East, specifies the tasks and responsibilities of the Minister, the President, the Deputy Minister, the CEO and the Board of Directors, and sets out expectations for operational, administrative, financial, human, audit and reporting agreements. LHIN and the ministry negotiate and sign accountability agreements (MLAAs) that define the obligations and responsibilities of LHIN and the department over a specified period of time. See left below to access the current MLAA. – In order to optimize and improve the ease of planning and information, we have integrated schedules for all Toronto Central LHIN SAAs. CAPS design and HAPS must be submitted SRI and, LAPS project on the Long-Term Care Home Portal on hsimi.ca/LTCHome for the Toronto LHIN Central Review.
End date of H-M-L-SAA documents and calendars sent by LHIN to HSPs. Planned submissions (CAPS/HAPS) in the Self-Reporting Initiative (SRI) and (LAPS) on the Long-Term Care Home portal on hsimi.ca/LTCHome Formal 60 Day LHSIA Notices Issued to HSPs, which states that SAAs are being negotiated. THE NHLs sign certificates of compliance under individual ministry-LHIN performance agreements (MLPAs) as part of general performance obligations. Certificates of compliance attest to the LHIN`s compliance with existing legislation, provincial guidelines, standards, instructions, directives and directives, as requested by the department. You can view the certificates of compliance here. Ontario`s Open Data Directive maximizes access to government data by providing for the publication of all data, unless it is excluded for legal, data protection, confidentiality, confidentiality or sensitive cases.