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"... when you are a family doctor, you've got these incredibly complex patients, some of them might be connected to five or six specialties, in and out of two or three different hospitals for different reasons." Dr. Joshua Tepper, Health Quality Ontario's president and CEO, discussing a study on co-ordinated care.
 

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Comments on: Patients First: A Proposal to Strengthen Patient-Centered Health Care in Ontario  by Duncan G. Sinclair
 

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  • Verna Yiu to President and CEO, Alberta Health Services, Edmonton, AB
  • Colin Goodfellow to Acting CEO, Alexandra Marine and General Hospital, Goderich, ON
  • Jacinth Tracey to Faculty, School of Health and Community Services, Addictions and Mental Health, Durham College, Oshawa, ON
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  • Stephen Thompson to the MEDEC Board of Directors, Toronto, ON
  • Steve Paikin named Chancellor of Laurentian University, Sudbury, ON

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