Creating Strategic Change in Canadian Healthcare

Video — February 14, 2014


Canada does not have an overarching healthcare strategy into which its provincial and territorial systems fit. Not since the discussions surrounding Hall's Royal Commission in 1964, and the separate 2002 reports of Romanow and Kirby, has there been a comprehensive national-level debate on Canadian strategy that brings together the healthcare community, business and government. 

Building on high-level consensus identified during the 2013 Toward a Canadian Healthcare Strategy Conference, this year we address three vital questions:

1. What form could a Canadian healthcare strategy take?

2. How could the provinces and territories come together to achieve a uniquely Canadian strategy model around four key issues: health human resources, integrated care, electronic health records and pharmacare?

3. What is a viable process for change?


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