Be a part of the Managing a Canadian Healthcare Strategy conversation as we define the new agency in Canadian healthcare change. Join more than 150 senior-level policy makers, decision makers and thought leaders from government, business, the professions and academia, to consider:
How can big data and technology drive healthcare system improvement?
Why should healthcare jurisdictions collaborate on a Canadian healthcare scorecard?
How can Canadian healthcare stakeholders act as agents of change in system-wide transformation?
How can stakeholders and policy makers work together to enact meaningful, lasting change?
Sheraton Centre, Toronto, May 6-7, 2015
Highlights from the 2014 Conference
The conference opens with a discussion of how system measurement and monitoring can drive effective management, drawing on international healthcare leaders from the UK, Sweden, Denmark, Australia and the U.S, plus the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) and provincial quality organizations. We then look to the roles stakeholders can play, including patients, the public, and the private sector. Panelists include experts from: new media, telecommunications, management services, pharma, the military, healthcare measurement and delivery, and academia.
The conversation then looks to perspectives from healthcare professions with leaders of the Canadian Medical Association, Canadian Nurses Association, and Canadian Physiotherapists Association and a special panel of four Deputy Ministers of Health from B.C., Alberta, Ontario and Nova Scotia.
Throughout, participants will actively dialogue and brainstorm the way forward for a Canadian healthcare strategy. Register now to be at the table for Managing a Canadian Healthcare Strategy.
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