Program-at-a-glance

Sunday, June 9, 2019

09:30 – 11:30 Study Tour – Hillcrest Reactivation Centre: An innovative transition option for patients not ready for home

10:00 – 10:30  HealthCareCAN – Annual general meeting

12:00 – 17:00  Registration

13:30 – 15:00  CCHL – Annual general meeting and ceremonies 

15:00 – 16:00  Joint CCHL and HealthCareCAN reception

17:30 – 23:00  CCHL – Honouring Health Leadership Event (Pre-registration required)

 

Monday, June 10, 2019

07:00 – 17:00  Registration

07:00  08:15  Continental Breakfast – Exhibit viewing

07:15 – 08:15  Breakfast sessions (Pre-registration mandatory)

Digging into the future: how can we improve Pan-Canadian Data and Information Governance (DIG) for health?
Sponsored by: Canadian Institute for Health Information

Does Canada have the health leadership capacity we need to innovate?
Sponsored by: Canadian Health Leadership Network

#30MinutesThatMatter: Modernizing the Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control
Sponsored by: Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

Data, AI and Innovative Partnerships – Real Applications Enabling Precision Health
Sponsored by: GE Healthcare

AI and the health professions: A game changer for healthcare leadership
Sponsored by: AMS Healthcare

Markham Stouffville Hospital cultivating its BI culture to drive business analytics and turning data into actionable insights
Sponsored by: Information Builders Inc.

08:30 – 09:15  Plenary: Welcome and opening ceremonies

09:15 – 10:15  Plenary: Healthcare innovation – Advancing better outcomes and economic growth

10:15 – 10:45  Networking break – Exhibit viewing

10:45 – 11:45  Concurrent sessions

1. Technology in healthcare: Are we all on the same page? (Panel) (presentation available)

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

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

4. System Transformations: Building a Regional System of Reintegration Programs to Support Transition of ALC Patients into the Community (Panel) (presentation available)

5. Measuring for improvement using leadership metrics and performance measures (Orals) (presentation available)

6. Healthcare organizations of the future and smart healthcare centres (Orals) (presentation available)

7. Devenir un système de santé apprenant : la stratégie d’un réseau de santé au Nouveau-Brunswick (Panel) (presentation available)

8. Coaches’ Corner

11:50 – 13:20 Luncheon

13:30 – 15:00  Concurrent sessions

9. Systems Improvement (French orals) (presentation available)

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 (Workshop) (presentation available)

11. Circles of Change Workshop – Bringing Indigenous-Inspired Co-Design to Your Organization (Workshop) (presentation available)

12. Advancing better health outcomes by focusing on change. Partnerships, power and professionals. The role of physicians in health care reform (Workshop) (presentation available)

13. Creating health literate care organizations (Workshop) (presentation available)

14. Cellular Model/Patient First System Management (Panel) (presentation available)

15. Leveraging partnerships to support large scale adoption of quality and safety best practices (Panel) (presentation available)

16. Coaches’ Corner

15:00 – 15:30  Networking break – Exhibit viewing

15:45 – 17:00   Plenary: The Great Canadian Healthcare Debate

17:00 – 18:30  Chairs’ reception

 

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

07:00 – 16:00  Registration

07:15 – 08:15  Breakfast sessions (Pre–registration mandatory)

The application of LEADS at AHS: Leadership development linked to performance and organizational priorities
Presented by: Canadian College of Health Leaders
Sponsored by: Roche

How RESPECT is Changing Care in Thunder Bay: A People-Centred Journey
Presented by: HealthCareCAN

Integrated People-Centred Systems: Possibilites and Pipe Dreams
Presented By: HSO

Health in 2040: 10 archetypes that could define the future of health
Sponsored by: Deloitte

Canada’s healthcare system of the future: Collaborative, transformative, innovative
Sponsored by: Medavie

Innovative Procurement: Cardiac Services and Beyond
Sponsored by: HealthPRO
Presented by: Southlake Regional Health

07:00 – 08:15  Continental breakfast – Exhibit viewing

08:30 – 08:40  Plenary: Welcome remarks

08:40 – 10:30  Plenary: Unleashing the Power of Innovation: Perspectives on Digital Health

10:30 – 11:00  Networking break – Exhibit viewing

11:00 – 12:00  Concurrent sessions

17. It takes a (Health Care) Village: Panel on innovative leadership in an integrated community and hospital master plan (Panel) (presentation available)

18. Collaboration to improve the patient experience (Orals) (presentation available)

19. Caring for healthcare workers, a vision for the future (Panel) (presentation available)

20. Intentional digital health solutions: Building a Culture of Safety and Highly Reliable Care (Orals) (some presentations available)

21. Going Past the Customer-Vendor Mindset (Panel) (presentation available)

22. The important role of leadership in transforming palliative care in Canada (Workshop) (presentation available)

23. The Rural Road Map for Action: Health organizations working together to enhance healthcare close to home and stimulate rural & remote Canada’s economic potential (Panel) (presentation available)

24. Healthcare organizations of the future and smart healthcare centres (Rapid Fire) (some presentations available)

12:00 – 13:30 Luncheon

13:45 – 15:15  Concurrent sessions

25. Measuring for improvement using leadership metrics and performance measures (Orals) (presentation available)

26. Empowering Women Leaders in Health (Workshop) (presentation available)

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

28. Leading practices in patient engagement for improved patient safety (Panel) (presentation available)

29. Value by design: identifying promising innovations in a Canadian context (presentation available)

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

31. Healthcare organizations of the future and smart healthcare centres (Orals) (some presentations available)

32. System transformation (Orals) (presentation available)

15:15 – 15:45  Networking break – Exhibit viewing

15:45 – 16:55  Plenary: Empowering a multi-generational workforce: Leveraging AI insights to enhance teamwork and engagement

16:55 – 17:00  Closing Remarks

This program is subject to change without notice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Powered by Khore by Showthemes