Hospital Health Service Providers

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Hospital Accountability Planning Submission (HAPS)

The Hospital Accountability Planning Submission (HAPS) is an annual, detailed operating plan, including financial and statistical budgets and performance indicators that will inform the Hospital Service Accountability Agreement (HSAA). Information collected through the HAPS and the Additional Input report will be used to populate the HSAA schedules. The links below have information on the HAPS. Additional documents (i.e. Schedule templates, Technical Specifications, etc) will be posted as they become available. Please check this website frequently for updates.

2018-20 HSAA

HSAA Reference Documents

HAPS Reference Documents

HAPS For Submission

  • 2018-19 HAPS Planning Form – To be submitted in SRI
  • 2018-19 HAPS Additional Input - To be added under the ‘additional documents’ tab with your SRI HAPS submission
  • 2018-19 HAPS Narrative - To be added under the ‘additional documents’ tab with your SRI HAPS submission
    • 2018-19 HIV outpatient clinic/Infectious Disease Clinic Program Plan (Embedded within HAPS Narrative for Applicable Hospitals)
    • 2018-19 Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Treatment Centre Annual Program Report (Embedded within HAPS Narrative for Applicable Hospitals)

Health Infrastructure Renewal Fund (HIRF) Program

Hospitals are responsible for ensuring that their facilities are in a good state of repair by managing their capital assets and planning renewal activities.

The Health Infrastructure Renewal Fund (HIRF) provides funds to supplement a hospital's existing capital renewal program and help address renewal needs (e.g., roofing systems, boilers, windows) on a priority basis.

Hospitals can receive a HIRF grant for eligible projects regardless of their own ability to raise a local share of the project costs.

Hospitals can select projects based on their renewal priorities, subject to the program eligibility criteria as indicated in the HIRF Guidelines. Each hospital is responsible for ensuring that it undertakes work of the highest priority.

If you wish to add an exceptional circumstance HIRF Project please see forms below.


Hospital Energy Efficiency Program (HEEP)

In support of Ontario’s Five Year Climate Change Action Plan, the ministry will be launching an evidence-based Hospital Energy Efficiency Program (HEEP) for 2017-18 to improve the energy efficiency of Ontario’s public hospitals to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and redirect energy-related cost savings back into direct patient care.

Pending confirmation of funds through the Cap and Trade program, hospitals will have the opportunity to apply for 2017-18 financial support through a dedicated grants-based fund to retrofit their facilities with energy efficient technologies including but not limited to improving or replacing building climate controls; efficient lighting systems; and building envelope upgrades. While not eligible for funding through HEEP, hospitals should also consider building recommissioning activities as part of their energy management conservations plans.

HEEP will be fully aligned with the results of the ministry’s Facility Condition Assessment Program (FCAP). Any requirement or collection of requirements that have energy savings potential as indicated in the FCAP database, and meet defined eligibility criteria, will be considered eligible for 2017-18 funding consideration through a Business Case application process outlined in the Guidelines.

For more information, hospitals and interested stakeholders are encouraged to click on the links below to download current documents associated with this process.