The Monieson Centre for Business Research in Healthcare
Monieson Centre for Business Research in Healthcare
New opportunities for academics, business leaders and policymakers to develop research-based solutions to real-world problems
Queen's Health Policy Conference Series: Building a national strategy to transform Canadian Healthcare
Queen's Health Policy Conference Series
Managing a Canadian Healthcare Strategy, the third conference in Queen's Health Policy Change series, will be in Toronto, May 6-7,2015. Canadian and international leaders will come together to determine how to measure, monitor, manage and mobilize a national strategy to transform our nation's healthcare system.
Creating National Change: Lessons for Canada from Australia
Video interview with three Australian healthcare leaders
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.
Monieson-CIHR Change Management in Healthcare Report
Mobilizing research to change our healthcare system
The Change Management in Healthcare Policy Workshop brought together healthcare and business leaders, policymakers, and researchers on January 8th, 2014 in Kingston. The one-day workshop featured an interdisciplinary panel discussion and an interactive, facilitated dialogue to outline the next steps for future collaborative research projects. The report outlines a vision for partner-oriented research on healthcare policy reform.
What is the Meaning of Strategy in the Context of Canadian Healthcare?
Backgrounder to Queen's Health Policy Change Conference Series
Skeptics might say that other than the Canada Health Act , we do not have an overall national level strategy per se and that the thirteen provinces and territories have their own strategies. Before addressing the issues of whether we should have a ‘Canadian’ strategy - what it would look like and who would hold the jurisdictional controls - we need to understand what a strategy is and how it could apply to our discussions. What follows is a note on the concept of strategy and its application to an integrated Canadian approach to healthcare.