OTTAWA, Nov. 11, 2016 /CNW/ - The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement welcomes the work of Palliative Care Matters to ensure integrated, coordinated palliative care for Canadians. Improving access to high quality palliative care services is a shared priority across the country, and Palliative Care Matters is making an important contribution to advancing national dialogue and action. CFHI is a partner in this initiative and looks forward to working with stakeholders to support the implementation of an integrated palliative care model for Canada.
Maureen O'Neil, O.C.
The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement identifies proven innovations and accelerates their spread across Canada, improving patient care, the health of Canadians and value-for-money. These innovations could save healthcare budgets over $1 billion per year. CFHI is a not-for-profit organization funded by Health Canada. Visit cfhi-fcass.ca for more information.
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SOURCE Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
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