Advancing Quality through Regional Clinical Governance
The forum is dedicated to the proposition that the Canadian healthcare system can show considerable improvement if it implements successfully a regional clinical governance initiative, with responsibility for care from both clinical and administrative leaders. This thesis is taken from the recent report prepared for CFHI, entitled “The Contribution of Regionalization towards the Triple Aim.” The conference will assess the possibility for improvement in the context of the framework set out in Health Quality Ontario’s “Quality Matters: Realizing Excellent Care for All,” which includes the six core dimensions necessary for high quality care. Insight into the possibility of achieving such a transformative idea/approach for health system will come from examples, some taken from recent developments in Ontario (e.g. HealthLinks, other LHIN initiatives) and some from CFHI collaboratives across Canada. Participants invited to attend the day will include 200 healthcare leaders, 150 of which will be from Ontario including representatives from the LHIN leadership, primary care physician leadership, clinical discipline leadership, academics and government.
Speakers: Caroline Barbir, Yves Bergevin, Jean Louis Denis, Gail Donner, Andrew Everett, Lee Fairclough, Paul Huras, Greg Marchildon, Frank Markel, Danielle Martin, Robin McLeod, Nancy Naylor, Sarah Newberry, Tom Noseworthy, Patricia O`Connor, Denis Roy, Stephen Samis, Joshua Tepper, Marian Walsh and Lily Yang.
Location: Hyatt Regency Hotel, 370 King Street West, Toronto, ON
Program: CAHSPR – Policy Forum Program
Register to attend in person: http://bit.ly/251NKAr
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