Videos

Our video library has interviews from leading Canadian and international academics and healthcare decision makers 

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Forms of Canadian Healthcare Strategy

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Dr. Scott Carson, Director, The Monieson Centre for Business Research in Healthcare, Professor, Strategy and Organization, Queen's School of Business discusses the various forms a Canadian healthcare strategy could take. This was the key theme of the Queen's Health Policy Change Conference, held May 15 & 16, 2014 in Toronto.
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International Perspectives on Healthcare Strategies: Germany, Denmark and Sweden

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An interview of three panelists – from Denmark, Sweden and Germany – on developing national healthcare strategies at the 2014 Queen’s Healthcare Policy Change Conference.

The panelists provided an in-depth picture of their multi-jurisdictional system structures and how they have managed to collaborate to deliver patient care. Of particular note is the level of patient involvement, mandated through policy, with regard to service and funding agreements. Ultimately, we found a number of lessons that seem relevant to Canada’s healthcare system.

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Economics and Healthcare Speakers Series Interview - Dr. Albert Ma, Boston University

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An interview with Dr. Albert Ma who spoke at Queen’s School of Business the Monieson Centre Economics and Healthcare Speaker Series. 

Dr. Ma is a professor of Economics at Boston University and he presented a working paper with the intriguing title, “Uterus at a Price:Disability Insurance and Hysterectomy”. Dr. Ma's work examines the practical and ethical dimensions arising from health insurance policy in Taiwan regarding organ removal
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Economics & Healthcare Speaker Series Interview - Dr. David Chan - School of Medicine, Stanford

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Dr. Scott Carson, Director, The Monieson Centre for Business Research in Healthcare sat down with visiting Professor, Dr. David Chan from the School of Medicine, Stanford University following his presentation entitled "Clock Out: Shift Work in the Emergency Department" during his visit to the Queen's School of Business on February 7, 2014.

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Creating Strategic Change in Canadian Healthcare

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Creating Strategic Change in Canadian Healthcare is the second in the three-part Queen's Health Policy Change Conference Series. The conference will take place May 15 & 16, 2014 at the Sheraton Centre, Toronto, ON. Registration and additional conference details can be found on our website: www.queenshealthpolicychange.ca

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Economics & Healthcare Speaker Series - Dr. Jason Abaluck, Yale School of Management

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Monieson Centre Director Dr. Scott Carson, spoke to Dr. Jason Abaluck from the Yale School of Management following the delivery of his paper during a visit to Queen's School of Business in November 2013.

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Economics & Healthcare Speaker Series - Dr. Joseph Doyle, Sloan School of Management

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Our second speaker was Dr. Joseph Doyle from the Sloan School of Management at MIT. Joe's paper was titled The Quality of Hospital Quality Management. Our Director, Dr. Scott Carson sat down with Dr. Doyle during his visit to discuss his work in greater detail.

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Economics & Healthcare Speaker Series - Dr. Ashley Swanson, The Wharton School

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Dr. Scott Carson, Director, The Monieson Centre for Business Research in Healthcare sat down for an interview with Dr. Ashley Swanson, Assistant Professor of Healthcare Management at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania following a presentation her paper at Queen's School of Business on November 8, 2013. The title of her paper was Prescription Drug Use under Medicare Part D: What the Rational Model Misses.

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Integrating the System - Dr. Richard Reznick, Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen's University

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As a backdrop to the Queen's Health Policy Change Conference Series, Dr. Richard Reznick, Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen's Univesity weighs in on  the challenges and the importance of integrating the many disparate elements of the Canadian healthcare system to engineer change.
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Economics and Healthcare Speaker Series - Jonathan Kolstad, The Wharton School

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Interview with Dr. Jonathan Kolstad at Queen’s School of Business as part of the Monieson Centre’s Economics and Healthcare Speaker Series. 

Dr. Kolstad is an assistant professor of health economics at the Wharton School. He discusses the Massachusetts healthcare reform of 2006 and the more recent Affordable Care Act and a focal policy element of these reforms: mandating individuals to obtain health insurance. He also talked about a model to determine the welfare impact of the actual policy as well as to estimate the socially optimal penalty level.

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Managing a Canadian Healthcare Strategy - 2015 Queen's Health Policy Change Conference: Overview

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May 6-7, 2015 in Toronto is the third Queen's Health Policy Change Conference: Managing a Canadian Healthcare Strategy.  In this interview, Monieson Centre Director and Professor, Scott Carson provides an overview of the conference series and highlights the key themes and objectives for the May conference, determining how Canada would measure, monitor, measure and mobilize system transformation.
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Queen's Health Policy Change Conference Series - Building a National Healthcare Strategy for Canada

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The three-part Queen’s Health Policy Change Conference series is a joint project of the Queen’s School of Business, Queen’s University Faculty of Health Sciences and Queen’s School of Policy Studies. It is a unique opportunity for senior leaders from healthcare, government, academe and industry to envision an efficient and effective Canadian healthcare system.

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Creating National Change: Lessons for Canada from Australia

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From the 2014 Queen's Health Policy Change Conference: an interview with three health care leaders from Australia.

In 2013, Australia adopted a national primary care strategy. The panelists talk about the political and policy challenges associated with bringing about this system-wide approach. In recounting of the Australian experience it became apparent that Canada has much to learn from Australia’s journey.