Improving quality, efficiency, access and equity in the delivery of cardiac services in Ontario
We are a support system to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care that is dedicated to improving quality, efficiency, access and equity in the delivery of the continuum of adult cardiac services in Ontario.
Using data and consensus-driven methods, we offer planning advice for the future of cardiac services and the provision of exemplary care in collaboration with the Ministry and others.
Visit us at http://www.ccn.on.ca
The Canadian Congenital Heart Alliance (CCHA) is a volunteer-run registered charitable organization made up of patients with a congenital heart defect, their friends, families, and the medical community. With your support, we aim to improve the quality of care for these patients, many of whom require lifelong expert care.
Visit us at http://www.cchaforlife.org
Facts & Issues http://www.cchaforlife.org/facts-issues
The Mikey’s Kids Facebook page is a private page where families can meet others facing similar situations to their own. Here you’ll feel comfortable, sharing concerns and advice with other moms and dads like yourself, or just connecting. This is a resource that invites you to become part of a much larger community of people whose hearts are open to you, and dedicated to helping you through what can be a most difficult time.
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