Through participation in the Family Practice Services Committee (FPSC) programs and initiatives, a growing number of family doctors are finding their way back to rewarding and efficient clinical practice, providing access to quality primary care, and having their voices heard in primary care transformation.
Are community-based groups of family physicians who work together to achieve common health care goals, and collaborate with partners to enhance local patient care and improve professional satisfaction for physicians.
Provides incentive compensation to family doctors to support aspects of longitudinal family practice, and supports family doctors to provide care in priority areas such as in-hospital, long-term care facilities, maternity, mental health, and palliative care.
Enables collaborative quality improvement in primary care, and provides secure access to aggregated clinical data while maintaining both patient and physician confidentiality.
Enables physicians to develop local, scalable, and sustainable solutions that target to meet provincial-level best practice expectations and system-level outcomes.
Provides quick access to current and accurate referral information, including wait times and areas of expertise for specialists and specialty clinics.