2017 Presentations / Présentations 2017

1. In a world of exponential change, what can we do in healthcare to prepare? (Panel)

Moderator Michelle Moonesar – Shared Services West Nicole Whitaker – Alberta Health Services Panelists Dianne Doyle, FCCHL – Providence Health Barb Lawrie – Vancouver Coastal Health Brooke Ballantyne Scott – Patient Representative Dionne NG – Emerging Health Leaders

Pougnet_In a world of exponential change_FINAL June 12 2017

 

2. Reporting and measurements (Orals) 

Primary care in Ontario: Driving data 2 decisions

Presenters Paul Faguy – Oakmed Family Health Team Carol Mulder – Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario Faguy_Primary Care in Ontario Driving Data 2 Decisions
 

Meeting new accountability requirements for primary care in Alberta: The experience of the Calgary Foothills Primary Care Network.

Presenter Kara Patterson, CHE – Calgary Foothills Primary Care Network  

3. Integration and collaboration (Orals) 

Shared care: Our patients, our primary healthcare practitioners, and our mental health and addiction programs

Presenter Stephanie Paquette, CHE – Health Sciences North Paquette_Shared Care Our Patients, our Primary Health Care Practitioners, and our Mental Health and Addiction Programs
 

Strategic directions for assisted living in Fraser Health

Presenter Cheryl Beach – Fraser Health Carolyn L. Candiello – GBMC HealthCare

4. Designing the patient experience – Part 1 (Workshop)

Facilitators Juliet Batke, CHE – Providence Health Care Emily Ellis – Emily Carr University of Art and Design Michael Lee – Emily Carr University of Art and Design Pauline Yee – Providence Health Care  

5. Inspiring innovation and research (Orals) 

Answering health policy questions with open innovation data challenges

Presenter Justin Noble – Canada Health Infoway Noble_Answering Health Policy Questions with Open Innovation Data Challenges
 

What happens after they’re gone? Using Ethnography after a hospital stay to improve in-hospital patient and family-centered care

Presenters Heather Russek – St. Joseph’s Health Centre, Toronto Jenni Glad Timmons – St. Joseph’s Health Centre, Toronto  

6. Best practices dedicated to francophone patients (Orals)

Innovative approach: Coaching by a transition coach

Presenters: Sara Leblond – Hôpital Montfort Thérèse Antoun – Hôpital Montfort Leblond_Approche novatrice Accompagnement par un coach en transition
 

Framework for Recruitment & Retention of Bilingual Human Resources in the Health Sector

Presenters: Lise Richard – Société Santé en français Julie Lantaigne – French Health Network of Central Southwestern Ontario  

7. Digital health (Rapid Fire Session)

Empowering patients, improving outcomes

Presenter Cassie Frazer – Canada Health Infoway Fraser_Empowering Patients, Improving Outcomes
 

New technology and the chain of safety

Presenter Robert Martell – Respiratory Therapist Martell_New Technology and the Chain of Safety
 

The patient voice: A guiding light in the development of innovative services

Presenter Nico Miraftab – Providence Health Care Miraftab_The Patient Voice
 

Using digital media to engage patients and families in safety

Presenter Jenni Glad-Timmons – St. Joseph’s Health Centre, Toronto Glad Timmons_Using Digital Media to Engage Patients and Families in Safety
 

Modernizing CIHI’s data supply to support value-based care

Presenter Greg Webster – Canadian Institute for Health Information Webster_Modernizing CIHI's Data Supply to Support Value-based Care
 

Physician and pharmacist views on the use of digital health and the impact of a national e-Prescribing service

Presenter Bobby Gheorghiu – Canada Health Infoway Gheorghiu_Physician and pharmacist views on the use of digital health and the impact of a national e-Prescribing service
 

Patient driven care: Digitized hospital to the digitized home

Presenter Rheta Fanizza – Saint Elizabeth  

9. Home is where the health is: Spreading value-based, patient and family-centered care at home and community (Panel)

Moderator Stephen Samis – Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement Panelists Catherine Kohm, CHE – Fraser Health Authority Michelle Lynch – Fraser Health Alix Carter – EHS Nova Scotia Samis_Home is where the health is Spreading value-based, patient and family-centered care at home and community
 

10. Finding and framing the value of food in healthcare (Workshop)

Facilitators Beth Hunter – J.W. McConnell Family Foundation Hayley Lapalme – J.W. McConnell Family Foundation Shelley Crack – Haida Gwaii Hospital and Health Centre Michelle Nelson – Covenant Health  

11. Designing the patient experience – Part 2 (Workshop)

Facilitators Juliet Batke, CHE – Providence Health Care Emily Ellis – Emily Carr University of Art and Design Michael Lee – Emily Carr University of Art and Design Pauline Yee – Providence Health Care  

12. Using simulation to teach family-centered care in an interprofessional environment (Workshop)

Facilitators Amir Karmali – Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Susan Cosgrove – Holland Bloorview Karmali_Using Simulation to Teach Family-Centred Care in an Interprofessional Environment
 

13. Eliminating wait lists there’s a hack for that! (Workshop)

Facilitators Neha Singh – PACE Derek Polano – PACE Singh_Eliminating Wait lists There's a Hack for That
 

14. Come hell or high water: Building resilience, managing risk and gaining returns from climate change (Panel)

Moderator Bill Tholl – HealthCareCAN Panelists Neil Ritchie – Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care Deanna Fourt – Vancouver Island Health Authority Angie Woo – Fraser Health Ritchie_Come Hell or High Water Building Resilience, Managing Risk and Gaining Returns from Climate Change
 

15. Paradoxes, myths, good practices and limitations in addressing the needs and expectations of patients and families (Panel)

Speakers: Dr. Luc Boileau, president and general manager of the Institut national d’excellence en santé et en services sociaux du Québec Dr. Brian Conway, manager of the Centre médical francophone de Vancouver (Vancouver Francophone medical centre) and president of RésoSanté Colombie-Britannique Martin Beaumont, FCCHL – Integrated Health and Social Services University Centre for Mauricie and Central Quebec Moderator: Gilles Lanteigne, CHE – Vitalité Health Network, New Brunswick and Member of HealthCareCAN’s Board  

17. Establishing First Nations population health and wellness indicators for the next ten years (Workshop)

Facilitators Evan Adam – First Nations Health Authority Lindsay Beck – First Nations Health Authority Kathryn Berry – First Nations Health Authority Adams_Establishing First Nations Population Health and Wellness Indicators for the Next 10 Years
 

18. Obstetrical services in Canada – Advancing quality and strengthening safety: Collaborative analysis (Panel)

Moderator Janice McVeety – Accreditation Canada Panelists Joanna Noble – HIROC Charmaine Roye – CMPA James Ruiter – Salus Global Corporation Noble_Obstetrical Services in Canada - Advancing Quality and Strengthening Safety Collaborative Analysis
 

19. Value-driven outcomes (Orals)

“Nothing about me without me”: Using a patient and family-centered approach to transform Bedside Shift Report (BSR) in critical care

Presenters Kate McNamee – Providence Health Care Marianne LeSage – Providence Health Care McNamee_Nothing about me without me Using a Patient and Family Centred Approach to Transform Bedside Shift Report (BSR) in Critical Care.
 

From crisis to confidence: Balancing public expectations with system demands in Canada’s evolving blood system

Presenter Graham Sher – Canadian Blood Services Sher_From Crisis to Confidence Balancing Public Expectations with System Demands
 

20. E-mental health, a game-changing approach? (Panel)

Moderator Fraser Ratchford, CHE – Canada Health Infoway Panelists Edward Mantler, CHE – Mental Health Commission of Canada Barbara Mildon, CHE – Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences Aidan Scott – Speakbox Mantler_E-Mental Health, a Game-Changing Approach Moderated Panel Discussion
 

21. Integration and collaboration (Orals) 

NSHA surgical review to enhance quality and safety – Engaging patients as partners

Presenter Gail Blackmore, CHE – Nova Scotia Health Authority Blackmore_NSHA Surgical Review to Enhance Quality and Safety - Engaging Patients as Partners
 

ED2HOME – A community-acute collaborative for seniors

Presenters Laura G. Cross – Island Health Ana Maria Gidofalvi – Island Health Cross_ED2HOME - A Community-Acute Collaborative for Seniors
 

22. Accountability and governance (Orals)

Dyad leadership model in healthcare: Challenges and strategies for success

Presenter Anurag Saxena, CHE – Saskatoon Health Region / University of Saskatchewan Saxena_Dyad leadership model in health care Challenges and strategies for success
 

Talking with Patients and Families: An innovative approach to achieving high reliability

Presenter Kimberly Storey, CHE – Southlake Regional Health Centre Storey_Talking with Patients and Families An innovative approach to achieving high reliability
 

23. Delivering quality improvements (Orals) 

Breaking the rules for better patient care

Presenters Cheryl Woodman, CHE – Women’s College Hospital Saranya Loehrer – Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Carolyn L. Candiello – Greater Baltimore Medical Center Woodman_Breaking the Rules for Better Patient Care
 

An innovative, integrated approach to patient and family-centered care

Presenters Michele James, CHE – Rouge Valley Health System Kristy Macdonell – Rouge Valley Health System James_An innovative, integrated approach to patient & family centered care
 

24. National and international experience with outcomes-based measures in payment and delivery systems (Panel) 

Moderator Gabriela Prada, CHE – Medtronic Panelists Fredrika Scarth – ‎Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care Jonas Wohlin – IVBAR  

25. Creating value for citizens and the public (Orals) 

Patient, family and public engagement framework in the BC Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA)

Presenters Suzanne Fuller Blamey – PHSA, BC Cancer Agency Suzanne Steenburgh – PHSA, BC Cancer Agency Fuller Blamey_Patient, Family and Public Engagement Framework in the BC Provincial Health Services Authority
 

The application of concepts from the field of business analysis for maximizing value to stakeholders: our environmental scan

Presenters Tom Philpott – Kids Brain Health Network Anneliese Poetz – Kids Brain Health Network David Phipps – Kids rain Health Network Poetz_The application of concepts from the field of business analysis for maximizing value to stakeholders our environmental scan
 

Re-imagining ambulatory care

Presenter David Grandy – HDR Michael Joyce – HDR Gary Waymire – Point Forward  

26. How to make tough choices and more effectively manage resources in today’s challenging healthcare economy (Workshop)

Facilitators Craig Mitton – University of British Columbia Francois Dionne – Prioritize Consulting Duncan Campbell – Craigavon Enterprises Howard Waldner, CHE – Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Mitton_How to make tough choices and more effectively manage resources in today's challenging health care economy
 

27. The connect2care consumer health portal: Delivering value through leadership and engagement (Panel)

Moderator Amir Karmali – Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Panelists Joanne Maxwell, CHE – Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Cathy Petta – Registered Nurse, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Susan Cosgrove – Family Advisor, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Maxwell_The connect2care consumer health portal. Delivering value through leadership and engagement.
 

28. Using patient stories for learning and improvement (Workshop)

Facilitators Carol Fancott – University Health Network Lisa Hawthornthwaite – London Health Sciences Centre Mim O’Dowda – Patient Advisor Fancott_Using patient stories for learning and improvement
 

29. Strategies for scaling quality improvement in long term care: Achieving patient-centered care approaches through leadership, engagement and real time data (Panel)

Moderator Kaye Phillips – Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement Panelists Jennifer C. Major – Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement Selma Didic – Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement Linda Shannon – Drew Nursing Home Julie Weir – New Brunswick Association of Nursing Homes Cynthia Sinclair – Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority (East Gate Lodge) Kim Arsenault – Mount Saint Joseph Nursing Home Major_Strategies for Scaling Quality Improvement in Long Term Care Achieving Patient-Centered Care Approaches through Leadership, Engagement and Real Time Data
 

30. Creating a culture of safety for BC home support workers (Panel)

Panelists Daniel Fontaine – BC Care Providers Association Jennifer Lyle – SafeCare BC Fontaine_Creating a Culture of Safety for BC Home Support Workers
 

31. Patient-reported outcome and experience measures to support value-based care (Panel)

Moderator Brent Diverty – Canadian Institute for Health Information Panelists Greg Webster – Canadian Institute for Health Information Arto Ohinmaa – Alberta PROMs and EQ-5D Research and Support Unit Adeera Levin – BC Provincial Renal Agency Cam Melvin – BC Provincial Renal Agency  

32. 6 Dimensions of value-based leadership  Lessons from mental health (Workshop)

Facilitators Edward Mantler, CHE – Mental Health Commission of Canada Mike Pietrus – Mental Health Commission of Canada Stephanie Knaak – Mental Health Commission of Canada Mantler_6 Dimensions of Value-based Leadership Lessons from Mental Health
 

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