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COVID@Home Monitoring for Primary Care

Eligibility criteria questions

The COVID @Home Model provides care for and monitors people who have moderate COVID-19 or are the most vulnerable to more serious illness. The Ministry of Health has procured oxygen saturation monitors and they are now available through the provincial pandemic stockpile for primary care professionals and teams wishing to provide enhanced monitoring of their COVID-19 positive patients. Please complete this survey/form if you would like to place an order for you and/or a group of primary care providers and interprofessional primary care teams.

Primary care providers should refer to the Ontario Health resource toolkit: COVID@Home Monitoring for Primary Care that includes instructions for use and proper handling in collecting and disinfecting for use by the next patient. Please access the resource toolkit here.

If you are from the North Region, your O2 sat monitors are being managed by your regional contacts to improve equitable access throughout the North. Please email for a list of O2 sat monitor depot’s in your region. You do not need to complete this survey.

By submitting this survey/form, you provide consent to be contacted for information regarding the community of practice around this initiative and/or by other system partners as required.
1. Are you a primary care physician or Nurse Practitioner or are filling this out on behalf of a primary care provider/NP? *This question is required.
2. Are you a primary care physician/Nurse Practitioner and/or does your program work in collaboration with primary care (or you are filling this form out on behalf of the PCP/NP or program)?  *This question is required.
3. Are you planning to care for COVID-19 positive patients at home? *This question is required.
4. Do you have established relationships with community care providers e.g. Community Nurse, Community Paramedicine? *This question is required.
5. Do you have allied health professionals on your team? *This question is required.
6. Oxygen saturation monitoring can act like an early warning system for COVID patients, thus an efficient way of transferring the patient to hospital if needed is important. With this in mind, do you have an existing connection or partnership to a receiving hospital or specialist group? (if you answer No, clinical leadership for this initiative may follow up with you to assist): *This question is required.
8. Can we reach out for additional data regarding the patients you are serving and the use of the clinical pathways?” *This question is required.