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"A "healthy hospital" should be able to meet the needs of its community with a mix of both planned (scheduled) and unplanned (emergency) services. The proportion of admissions that are planned has been falling in most Canadian hospitals and unplanned admissions have been rising, creating an unhealthy state with added costs."  Les Vertesi


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The Leadership Imperative: Champion Change to Drive System-Wide Improvement - Ray Racette, President and CEO, Canadian College of Health Leaders
Being trusted is a precious attribute. How trusted are we by those we serve that we have a plan and will execute the changes needed to improve and modernize our health systems? What are key agendas we must champion as health leaders that would drive system-wide change and improvement? 
 

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Just Released! Healthcare Quarterly Vol. 19 No. 4,  2017

Featuring:
Improving System Performance
Principles for Health System Capacity Planning: Insights for Healthcare Leaders




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Breakfast with the Chiefs


Monday, February 27, 2017
Dr. Robert Bell, Deputy Minister of Health & Long-Term Care, Ontario
Topic: 
Planning Local Healthcare is Best Done Locally
Location: University of Toronto – Rotman School of Management, Desautels Hall, 2nd Floor, South Building, 105 St. George Street. Toronto, ON
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  • Leslee Thompson, President and CEO, Accreditation Canada
  • Peter Pisters, President and CEO, University Health Network.
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  • David Pichora to Chief Executive Officer, Kingston Health Sciences Centre, Kingston, ON
  • Elizabeth Bardon to Vice-President of Missions and Communications, Kingston Health Sciences Centre, Kingston, ON
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  • Silvie Crawford to Executive Vice-President and Chief Nursing Executive, Kingston Health Sciences Centre, Kingston, ON
  • Troy Jones to Executive Vice-President and Chief Information Officer, Kingston Health Sciences Centre, Kingston, ON
  • Brenda Carter to Regional Vice-President Cancer Care and Vice-President of Performance and Quality, Kingston Health Sciences Centre, Kingston, ON
  • Sandra Carlton to Vice-President and Chief Human Resources Officer for Kingston Health Sciences Centre, and Providence Care, Kingston, ON
  • J’Neene Coglan to Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer, Kingston Health Sciences Centre, Kingston, ON
  • Roger Deeley to Vice-President of Research, Kingston Health Sciences Centre, Kingston, ON
  • Brenda Flaherty, Executive Vice President Clinical Operations at Hamilton Health Sciences, retires, Hamilton, ON
  • Marcy Saxe-Braithwaite received a Doctorate in Business Administration with a focus on Organizational Leadership, Halifax, NS
  • Nancy Kraetschmer to Sr. Consultant, Performance Management, Toronto Central LHIN, Toronto, ON
  • Shez Daya to Director Strategic Partnerships, Ontario Telemedidine Network, Toronto, ON
  • Emily Gruenwoldt to President and CEO, Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres, Ottawa, ON
  • Joel Lightbound to Parliamentary Secretary, Health, Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON
  • Ilana Bank to Lead, Pediatric Simulation Centre, McGill University, Montreal, QC
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