Tool and centralized data repository are now “live”

The web-based OPOC-MHA tool and centralized data repository are now “live” at www.opoc.ca. Nine early adopter agencies participated in the inaugural orientation webinar on March 3, 2016. The early adopters are currently testing out the functionality of the website and will provide feedback to the DTFP team.

Before participating, the DTFP Implementation Coach met with agency representatives to discuss OPOC-MHA implementation and develop an agency action plan.  An OPOC-MHA Lead was also identified at each agency to oversee website administration details.  The next orientation webinar for the second round of adopters will take place in April.

The centralized, web-based platform will eventually include the development of standardized reports to support quality improvement at the program level. Aggregated reports will also support quality improvement at the LHIN and system levels.

The DTFP Team also met with EENet’s Persons with Lived Experience and Family Member panel to discuss how agencies could share their OPOC data with service users.  Input from this group is guiding the development of a feedback poster template that can be used by providers to ‘close the loop’ with their service users.

The team has also developed LHIN-specific newsletters, to highlight implementation activities and next steps in each region. Check them out here:

Champlain LHIN newsletter
Mississauga Halton LHIN newsletter
North East LHIN newsletter
Central East LHIN newsletter