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If an organization is narrow in the images that it directs toward its own actions, then when it examines what it has said, it will see only bland displays. This means in turn that the organization won’t be able to make much interesting sense of what’s going on or of its place in it. That’s not a trivial outcome, because the kind of sense that an organization makes of its thoughts and of itself has an effect on its ability to deal with change." Karl Weick 


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Improving Population Health and Reducing Healthcare Expenditures in Canada - Dr. John Miller, Clinical Professor Emeritus, School of Population and Public Health UBC
The challenges to healthcare in Canada are well known: non-sustainable increases in expenditures which are eroding our capacity to address other pressing societal needs and a growing burden of chronic disease creating ever more expenses. In response to these realities, the Triple Aim has been widely adopted: improving population health; improving the patient care experience; and reducing healthcare expenditures.

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The executive of the Ontario Medical Association has resigned en masse, a week after a non-confidence vote by members

Workplace violence is not part of a doctor’s job (CMAJ Editorial)

Better Standards, People-Powered Health Hallmarks of New Global Organization on the MoveIntroducing Health Standards Organization.

Leslee Thompson's introduction to Health Standards Organization

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Study says feds’ offer on health funding for provinces falls short

Doctors, nurses 'bring a lot of biases' to work with Indigenous patients, study finds

Should sneezing doctors stay home? The ‘big problem’ of doctors who work while infectious

Canadian Paediatric Society speaks out against Trump immigration order

Ontario to provide life-saving healthcare to children affected by U.S. travel ban

Canadian Nursing Students’ Association Launches New Environmental Stewardship Award



 


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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
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  • Leslee Thompson, President and CEO, Accreditation Canada
  • Peter Pisters, President and CEO, University Health Network.
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