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Sunday, June 11, 2017

07:15 – 09:15 Study Tour – Tour of InSite, Vancouver Coastal Health (Limited to 30 participants)

11:00 – 12:30  HealthCareCAN – Annual meeting and ceremonies

12:00 – 17:30  Registration

12:45 – 15:30 Study Tour – Vancouver Centre, BC Cancer Agency (Limited to 30 participants)

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

15:00 – 16:00  CCHL/HealthCareCAN joint reception

17:45 – 23:00  CCHL – Honouring Health Leadership Event (Pre-registration required)

Monday, June 12, 2017

07:00 – 17:30  Registration

07:15  08:15  Continental Breakfast

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

Adding value by professionalizing the practice of leadership

Critical infrastructure and cyber security: Risks and potential responses for the health sector

Improving medication management and safety through PrescribeIT™, a multi-jurisdiction e-prescribing service

Using patient-reported data to improve patient-centered, value-based care

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

08:30 – 09:10  Plenary: Welcome and opening address by The Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Health

09:10 – 10:30  Plenary: Value-based leadership

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

11:00 – 12:00  Concurrent sessions

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

Session 2 – Reporting and measurements (Orals) 

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.

Session 3 – Integration and collaboration (Orals) 

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

Strategic directions for assisted living in Fraser Health

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

Session 5 – Inspiring innovation and research (Orals) 

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

Session 6 – Best practices dedicated to francophone patients (Orals)

Innovative approach: Coaching by a transition coach

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

Session 7 – Digital health (Rapid Fire Session)

Empowering patients, improving outcomes

New technology and the chain of safety

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

Using digital media to engage patients and families in safety

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

Patient driven care: Digitized hospital to the digitized home

Session 8 – Coaches’ Corner (Pre-registration required)

The Coaches’ Corner sessions provide delegates with the opportunity to meet with leaders from across Canada, ask them questions and gain valuable advice, in a one-on-one mentoring session.

12:00 – 13:30 Luncheon

13:45 – 15:15  Concurrent sessions

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Session 16 – Coaches’ Corner (Pre-registration required)

The Coaches’ Corner sessions provide delegates with the opportunity to meet with leaders from across Canada, ask them questions and gain valuable advice, in a one-on-one mentoring session.

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

15:45 – 15:55   Plenary – Presentation of the Patient Safety Champion Award

15:55 – 17:15 Plenary  Advancing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Health-Related Calls to Action: How do we achieve better value, higher quality care, and better outcomes for Canada’s Indigenous populations?

17:15 – 17:30 Plenary  Great Canadian Healthcare Debate – Resolution voting

17:30 – 18:30  Chairs’ reception

 

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

07:00 – 17:00  Registration

07:15  08:15   Continental Breakfast

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

What are the key ingredients in a secret sauce for leadership development?

The By Health, for Health Collaborative – Taking action toward creating psychologically healthy and safe Canadian healthcare settings

Accreditation Canada

07:15 – 08:15  Continental breakfast – Exhibit viewing (No pre–registration required)

08:30 – 08:45  Plenary – Welcome remarks and presentation of the Legacy of Leadership Award

08:45 – 10:30  Plenary – The Great Canadian Healthcare Debate

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

11:00 – 12:00  Concurrent sessions

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

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

Session 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

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

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

Session 21 – Integration and collaboration (Orals) 

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

ED2HOME – A community-acute collaborative for seniors

Session 22 – Accountability and governance (Orals)

Dyad leadership model in healthcare: Challenges and strategies for success

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

Session 23 – Delivering quality improvements (Orals) 

Breaking the rules for better patient care

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

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

12:00 – 13:30 Luncheon

13:45 – 15:15  Concurrent sessions

Session 25 – Creating value for citizens and the public (Orals) 

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

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

Re-imagining ambulatory care

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

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

Session 28 – Using patient stories for learning and improvement (Workshop)

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

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

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

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

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

15:45 – 16:55  Plenary – A leadership journey

16:55 – 17:00  Closing Remarks

 

 

 

 

 

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