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"There's definitely blood on the premier's hands." Overdoses killed 249 people in B.C. last year, and 62 per cent of those were linked to fentanyl. The fact that death toll could triple this year is no surprise to anyone who's been paying attention.

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British Columbia’s Failed Healthcare Experiment by Kimberlyn McGrail and Ruth Lavergne
In the early 2000s, there was widespread concern across Canada that primary care was in decline. Walk-in clinics and emergency departments became the de facto point of care for patients who lacked timely access to a family doctor. Patients struggled to find doctors to take them on as regular patients. Though British Columbia was not alone among Canadian provinces in recognizing the need for primary care reform, it was unique in its approach to solving the problem. B.C.’s chosen fix for primary care was based on the simple and appealing idea that we have to pay for what we want.
 

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Learning from Kaiser Permanente Integrated systems and healthcare improvement in Canada


Breakfast with the Chiefs -  New Speakers Added


Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Dr. Edward Brown, 
CEO of the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN)
Joanne Flewwelling, Executive Vice President, Clinical Services and Chief Nursing Executive, William Osler Health System
Dr. Anand Iyer, Chief Strategy Officer at WellDoc, Inc.
Dr Thuy-Nga (Tia) Pham, Lead Physician, South East Toronto Family Health Team and the East Toronto Health Link; and Deputy Chief, Department of Family Medicine, Michael Garron Hospital
Topic: There’s No Place Like Home: How to Build a Better, Patient-Centred Health System Using Virtual Care
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October 13, 2016
– Christine Elliott, Ontario Patient Ombudsman Designate
November 16, 2016  – Chris Power, CEO, Canadian Patient Safety Institute

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Transitions

  • Vanessa Burkoski to Chief Nursing Executive of Humber River Hospital, Toronto, ON
  • Matthew Anderson to President and CEO, Lakeridge Health, Oshawa, ON
  • Joanne Flewwelling to Interim President and CEO, William Osler Health System, Etobicoke, ON
  • Ted Scott to Chief Innovation Officer, Hamilton Health Sciences Corp, Hamilton, ON
  • Daniel Coderre to President and CEO of Génome Québec, Montreal, QC
  • Ken Deane to Interim CEO, Chatham-Kent Health Alliance, Wallaceburg, ON
  • Bruce Quigley to President and CEO, Alexandra Marine and General Hospital, Goderich, ON
  • Martine Alfonso to Interim President and Executive Director, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, QC
  • Terry Power to Chief Executive Officer of Medisys Health Group, Montreal, QC
  • Rob Lee to Chief Information Officer, Michael Garron Hospital, Toronto, ON
  • Jeff Nesbitt to Vice President, Canadian Men’s Health Foundation, Vancouver, BC
  • Ron Kaczorowski to President & Managing Director - Prism Alliance Group (IBO)
Retraction – September 6, 2016, Longwoods announced Lawrence Rosenberg as the new head of the McGill University Health Centre using a Montreal Gazette story published September 1, 2016 as the source.

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