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"...with bold federal action and prudent investment, and with a renewed spirit of collaboration and shared political resolve on the part of all jurisdictions, Canadian healthcare systems can change course..." Unleashing Innovation: Excellent Healthcare for Canada

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Why Your Good NFP Board Needs To Be Great – And 10 Steps To Get There by Anne Wojtak, Christopher Neuman and Brad Quinn

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Governance, Policy and System-Level Efforts to Support Safer Healthcare

Continuous Quality Improvement: A Shared Governance Model That Maximizes Agent-Specific Knowledge

Health System Organization and Governance in Canada and Australia: A Comparison of Historical Developments, Recent Policy Changes and Future Implications

The Evolution of Health System Governance in Canada and Ontario

Chickenpox cases plunge in Ontario following public vaccine program: study

Harvard Medical researchers find online symptom checkers are ‘frequently wrong

"Canadians face a multitude of barriers when it comes to effective medication use ... While being able to afford their medications is first and foremost a fundamental necessity, we also need to ensure that Canadians are supported with the health advice and services pharmacists can provide to improve medication use and adherence."  Carlo Berardi, Chair, Canadian Pharmacists Association.

2015 OACCAC Conference Presentations & Posters

Just Released - Healthcare Quarterly 18.1

Longwoods' Events

Save the Date - November 19, 2015
For a Breakfast with Dr. Mark Britnell, Chairman and Partner of the Global Health Practice at KPMG.
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BWTC  Podcast: Improving Access - The Governance Challenges (9/16/08)
With Dr. Alan Hudson, past Lead of Access to Services/Wait Times for the Health Results Team, MOHLTC. 

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  • Mara Ludwig to Vice-Dean, Academic Affairs, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, QC
  • Anne Ellis to James H. Day Chair, Allergic Diseases and Allergy Research, Queens University, Kingston, ON
  • Harvey Max Chochinov to Panel Chair, Doctor-Assisted Death Commission, Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON
  • Benoit Pelletier to Panel, Doctor-Assisted Death Commission, Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON
  • Catherine Frazee, to Panel, Doctor-Assisted Death Commission, Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON
  • Jesse Rosenberg to Director of Policy, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Toronto, ON
  • Jacob Mksyartinian to Finance and Treasury Board Policy Advisor, Officer of the Premier, Toronto, ON
  • Nancy Kennedy to Assistant Deputy Minister, Revenue Agency Oversight, Ministry of Finance, Toronto, ON
  • Tina Kakepetum Schultz to Health Director, Keewaytinook Okimakanak, Fort Severn, ON
  • Gino DiGioacchino to Foundation Board of Directors, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON
  • Donald Guloien to Board of Trustees, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON
  • Joe Natale to Board of Trustees, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON
  • Irwin Rotenberg to Board of Trustees, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON

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