OTTAWA, Jan. 14, 2013 /CNW/ - Canada's leading healthcare
policy/decision makers and health system innovators convene to explore
and debate models that are improving efficiency and quality of care for
patients and their families.
The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI)
2013 CEO FORUM
Omni Mount Royal Hotel, Montreal, QC
Wednesday February 6, 2013 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET
Patient and Family-Centred Care and Efficiency: Complementary aims?
Healthcare efficiency and family-and patient centred care: what are the
public's views? Results from a 2013 IPSOS Reid public opinion poll.
Patient-and Family-centred Care and Efficiency - A Minister's
perspective: Honourable Fred Horne, Minister of Health, Alberta
Achieving efficiencies in healthcare - why is it so difficult? Jeffrey
Simpson shares recommendations for improving our healthcare system.
Revolutionizing care for the tiniest patients - Mount Sinai Hospital's
Family integrated care initiative empowers parents to care for their
Creating and managing patient pathways: How patient groups across the
country are improving our healthcare system.
Paradigm shift-the Nova Scotia diabetic test strip story and other new
(non-drug) technologies that are shaping the way we interact with
The CFHI CEO Forum features a full-day of presentations, lively debates,
poster sessions and much more. For information and agenda visit: chfi-fcass.ca or CEO Forum 2013
SOURCE: Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
For further information:
For information or registration contact:
Eileen Melnick McCarthy
Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
613.728.2238 ext. /poste 233