Virtual Care in Ontario
By maximizing access to care and minimizing travel and wait times, virtual care makes health care delivery more human, efficient, and equitable. Working together with patients, primary care providers, and specialists, we can provide more care options and innovative solutions that help improve access to specialized care; reduce pressure on hospitals; and modernize consumer access to care.
to Specialized Care
Access to Care
Improve Access to Specialized Care
Reduce Pressure on Hospitals
Modernize Consumer Access to Care
Health care is about people. It is provided by people, consumed by people, and exists to help people. This reality must inform the way health care is accessed.
By providing a wide range of virtual services that are indispensable to people’s well-being – including unprecedented access to primary care and mental health care – we are modernizing the way consumers access the care they need. More About OTN →
Kilometers of patient
Cost avoidance for
Ontario’s health system
By easily and simply enabling virtual connections between patients and their health care providers, we prove everyday that high quality health care does not need to be provided in-person.
We believe that virtual care maximizes the opportunity to keep people healthy and happy at home, minimizes the stress when health care delivery is not coordinated and, ultimately, reduces pressure on hospitals. More Virtual Care in Action →
Connected: Virtual Care News & Views
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OTN and Ontario: Partners in Health
Our health care system should provide equal quality care to everyone, regardless of geography, income, or other factors.
We are leveraging our provincial role, strong partnerships, and technological expertise to create communities of care across Ontario. By working together to better organize care, we are improving access to specialized care. More about Partnerships →