2019 PRESENTATIONS / PRÉSENTATIONS 2019

1. Technology in healthcare: Are we all on the same page?

Speakers
Dr. Ted Scott – Hamilton Health Sciences
Michelle Moonesar – Mississauga Halton LHIN / Emerging Health Leaders
Theresa Tang – Alberta Medical Association / Emerging Health Leaders
Suzanne Irwin – Person with Lived Experience

Moderator
Michelle Moonesar – Mississauga Halton LHIN / Emerging Health Leaders

Moonesar

 

2. Strategic planning from the inside-out: How to use the voice of the patient as a differentiator

Speakers
Susan (Sue) Owen, CHE – Impreza Consulting
Nicola (Nicki) Morris – The Neoteric Group

3. Virtual health: Impossible without patients – Panel perspectives from a patient, a provider and a health sciences specialist

Speakers
Amy Pack – Health Standards Organization
Mathieu Jackson – Canadian Hemophilia Society (Patient)
Laura Copeland – Healthtech

Moderator
Amy Pack – Health Standards Organization

Pack

 

4. System transformations: Building a regional system of reintegration programs to support transition of ALC patients into the community

Speakers
Debra Walko – LOFT Community Services
Beverley Nickoloff – Reintegration Care Project
Lori Holloway – Bellwoods Centres for Community Living

Moderator
Debra Walko – LOFT Community Services

Walko

 

5. Measuring for improvement using leadership metrics and performance measures

Driving the transition: An outcome evaluation of Assertive Community Treatment Teams (ACTT) stepped care model

Speakers
Scott Pepin – Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
Faisal Islam – Centre for Addictions and Mental Health

Pepin

 

Creating safer therapeutic environments – Using real time data to reduce the use of seclusion and restraint in mental healthcare

Speakers
Mark Rice – Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
Jim McNamee – Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences

Rice

 

6. Healthcare organizations of the future and smart healthcare centres

Virtual care – Bringing healthcare to the home

Speakers
Krista Anderson – Nova Scotia Health Authority
Cathy Cruz – Nova Scotia Health Authority

Anderson

 

Why some patients who need an alternate level of care don’t get it, and what we can do

 Speakers
Paul Holyoke – SE Health
Hélène LaCroix – SE Health

Holyoke

 

7. Becoming a learning health care system: The strategy for a health network in New Brunswick

Why some patients who need an alternate level of care don’t get it, and what we can do 

Speakers
Brigitte Sonier Ferguson – Vitalité Health Network
Dr. France Desrosiers – Vitalité Health Network
Karen McGrath – Horizon Health Network

Moderator
Gilles Lanteigne, CHE – Vitalité Health Network

SonierFerguson

 

9. Systems Improvement

Physician driven innovations in business intelligence

Speaker
Guy Moreau – Hôpital Montfort

Moreau_en

 

From performance management to capacity building for health system transformation: Embracing relational work 

Speaker
Elizabeth Côté-Boileau – Université de Sherbrooke

Cote-Boileau_en

 

10. Outcomes in focus: How to drive improvement by using your data to focus on the vital few factors with the greatest impact on your key goals

Speakers
Christina Honeywell – Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario
Morgan Cunningham-Fetch – Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario

Honeywell

 

11. Circles of Change – Bringing Indigenous-inspired co-design to your organization

Speakers
Asmita Gillani, CHE – Accreditation Canada
Scott Livingstone, CHE – Saskatchewan Health Authority
Heather Thiessen – Saskatchewan Health Authority (Patient Representative)
Brenda Andreas – Saskatchewan Health Authority (Patient Advisor)
André Letendre – Saskatchewan Health Authority (Cultural Advisor)

Gillani

 

12. Advancing better health outcomes by focusing on change. Partnerships, power and professionals. The role of physicians in healthcare reform

Speaker
Colleen Grady – Centre for Studies in Primary Care

Grady

 

13. Creating health-literate care organizations

Speakers
Farrah Schwartz – University Health Network
Sophia Wong – University Health Network
Anna Sottile – University Health Network (Patient Partner)

Schwartz

 

14. Cellular Model/Patient First System Management

Panelists
Patti Simonar – Saskatchewan Health Authority
Heather Miazga – Saskatchewan Health Authority
Zoe Teed Mckay – Saskatchewan Health Authority

Moderator
Petrina McGrath – Saskatchewan Health Authority

Simonar

 

15. Leveraging partnerships to support large scale adoption of quality and safety best practices

Panelists
Elizabeth Brandeis – Association of Ontario Midwives
Allyson Booth – Association of Ontario Midwives
Joanna Noble – HIROC

Moderator
Allyson Booth – Association of Ontario Midwives

Noble

 

17. It takes a healthcare village: Panel on innovative leadership in an integrated community and hospital master plan

Speakers
Mary Pat Gleeson – Central Lambton Family Health Team
Antonio Gomez-Palacio – Dialog Design
Bob DeRaad – Registered Nurse

Moderator
Laurie Zimmer – Bluewater Health

Zimmer

 

18. Collaboration to improve the patient experience

Improving wait times through a collaborative and interprofessional bold strategy

Marcy Saxe-Braithwaite, CHE – Nova Scotia Health Authority

Saxe Braithwaite

 

Transforming surgical services for total joint replacement patients

Speaker
Alison Dormuth – Island Health
Stefan Fletcher – ReBalanceMD

Dormuth

 

19. Caring for healthcare workers, a vision for the future

Speakers
Ed Mantler, CHE – Mental Health Commission of Canada
Chris Power, CHE – Canadian Patient Safety Institute
Kelly McNaughton – The Hospital for Sick Children
Lindsay Goertzen – Patients for Patient Safety Canada

Moderator
Ed Mantler, CHE – Mental Health Commission of Canada

Mantler

 

20. Intentional digital health solutions: Building a culture of safety and highly reliable care

Intentional innovational: Why great digital health solutions don’t happen by accident

Speaker
Tim Blake – Semantic Consulting

Blake

 

Leveraging digital technology to accelerate building a culture of safety and highly reliable care

Speaker
Dr. Michael Leonard – Safe & Reliable Healthcare

21. Going past the customer-vendor mindset

Speakers
Paul Haycraft – Philips Canada
Richard Tam – Mackenzie Health
Terry Villella – Mackenzie Health

Moderator
Rahul Gupta – Philips Canada

Gabriele

 

22. The important role of leadership in transforming palliative care in Canada

Speakers
Jeffrey Moat – Pallium Canada

Moat

 

23. The rural road map for action: Health organizations working together to enhance healthcare close to home and stimulate rural and remote Canada’s economic potential

Speakers
Jean Bartkowiak, CHE – Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre
Sarah-Lynn Newbery – Wilson Memorial General Hospital

Moderator
Dr. Ivy Oandasan – College of Family Physicians of Canada

Bosco

 

24. Healthcare organizations of the future and smart healthcare centres

“Who am I? What’s my role?”: Exploring patient partnerships in systems transformation

Speaker
Cheryl Heykoop – Royal Roads University

Electronic call schedule

Speaker
Guy Moreau – Hôpital Montfort

Strategies to scale-up piloted innovations at the healthcare system level: Comparative analysis of eConsult in four Canadian provinces

Speaker
Mylaine Breton – Université de Sherbrooke

Breton

 

Give me access!

Speaker
Cassie Frazer – Canada Health Infoway

Frazer

 

Accessible palliative care education: Promoting care equity in rural and northern communities

Speaker
Anke Krey – Victoria Hospice

Krey

 

25. Measuring for improvement using leadership metrics and performance measures

An economic framework for health innovation management in home health – Historical trends and economic modeling in Canadian home health delivery

Speaker
William Hall – University of British Columbia

Hall

 

Stroke Distinction – Outcomes from a Quality Improvement Framework

Speaker
Louise Clément – Accreditation Canada

Clement

 

Applying statistical models to inform improvement

Speaker
Bethany McCormick, CHE – Nova Scotia Health Authority

McCormick

 

26. Empowering women leaders in health

Speakers
Dr. Ivy Bourgeault – Telfer School of Management
Kelly Grimes – CHLNet
Jamie Lundine – University of Ottawa

Bourgeault

 

27. Working with funders and innovators to create a testing bed environment in a clinical setting for achieving evaluation outcomes and informing commercialization

Speakers
Jan Walker – West Park Healthcare Centre
Jon Ingar Kjenes – Motitech

Moderator
Jan Walker – West Park Healthcare Centre

 

28. Leading practices in patient engagement for improved patient safety

Panelist Team One – St. Joseph’s Health Care London, Parkwood Institute Mental Health
Dr. Thomas Telfer – Western University, Faculty of Law
Katerina Barton – Special Projects Leader
Dr. Sandra Northcott – Chief of Psychiatry

Panelist Team Two – Eastern Health, Newfoundland, Mental Health & Addictions
Natalie Randell – Expert by Experience (Patient Advisor)
Evelyn Tilley – Mental Health and Addictions
Diane Dunphy – Mental Health Social Worker – Manager
Terri Jean Murray – Collaborative Care Consultant

Moderator
Jessica Schierbeck – HealthCareCAN

Schierbeck

 

29. Value by design: Identifying promising innovations in a Canadian context

Leading system transformation: The Hospital at Home leadership journey

Speakers
Erik Sande – Medavie Health Services
Cheryl Williams – Joseph Brant Hospital
John Ash – Saskatchewan Health Authority

Moderator
Dr. Jennifer Zelmer – Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement

Schierbeck

 

30. Integrative long-term care exploring homes to hubs and seniors campuses

Speakers
Carolyn Clubine, FCCHL – Healthcare Consultant
Frances Morton Chang – University of Toronto

31. Healthcare organizations of the future and smart healthcare centres

The path to co-design: Create. Collaborate. Celebrate.

Speakers
Darryl Mathers – Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences
Andrea Marshall – Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences

Mathers

 

Smarter healthcare from the perspective of Toronto newcomers

Speakers
Julia Chao – WoodGreen Community Services
Mohan Doss – WoodGreen Community Services

Chao

 

Inspiring a digital vision for the future of healthcare

Speaker
Barb Collins – Humber River Hospital

32. Systems transformation

Remote Obstructive Sleep Apnea (ROSA) monitoring: Providing an innovative solution to the challenges of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) in surgical patients

Speakers
Joanne Peddle – Eastern Health
Pauline Taite – Eastern Health

Taite

 

A smarter touch to patient registration

 Speakers
Lindsay Lankin – Mackenzie Health
Al Itwar – Mackenzie Health (Patient Partner)

Lankin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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