The Rehabilitative Care Alliance reports to the 14 Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) CEOs under the following governance structure:
The Rehabilitative Care Alliance brings together the expertise of provincial stakeholders and rehabilitative care providers from across the continuum.
The Steering Committee is a strategic provincial advisory council that provides oversight and direction to ensure the RCA achieves its stated deliverables. The Committee is accountable to the LHIN CEOs and includes representatives from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, LHINs, hospitals, CCACs, community service providers, and a broad range of stakeholder associations.
Steering Committee Membership List - updated July 2019
The work of the RCA is carried out by Task and Advisory Groups made up of clinicians, administrators and policy-makers from across the province. Task groups meet more frequently and directly work toward completion of the identified deliverables; Advisory groups meet quarterly and inform and shape the work of the identified deliverables; providing validation and consultative advice to the Task Group.
Below are the member lists of RCA Task & Advisory Groups as well as their Terms of Reference.
Bundled Care Advisory Group
Capacity Planning Advisory Group
Community-Based Rehab Advisory Group
Definitions Implementation Advisory Group
Frail Seniors Advisory Group
Hip Fracture & TJR QBP Best Practices Advisory Group
System Evaluation Advisory Group