10th Edition Emergency Care

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Report Code: HCP10499. June, 2010. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE I

Alberta’s Emergency Department (ED) Overcrowding

Raj Sherman, MD, CCFP (EM) FCFP
MLA Edmonton – Meadowlark
Parliamentary Assistant to Minister of Health & Wellness

ARTICLE II

Emergency Department Wait Times in British Columbia

Jason Goto
Principal Consultant
AnalysisWorks Inc.

ARTICLE III

Transitioning Care Effectively in a Team Care Environment

Dr. Hilary Whyte, MB, MSc, FRCP(C) FRCP (I)
Neonatologist and Medical Director
Acute Care Transport Services
The Hospital for Sick Children

ARTICLE IV

The Dog That Didn’t Bark; An Update on Ontario’s Overcrowding Strategy

Howard Ovens, MD, CCFP(EM), FCFP
Director, Schwartz/Reisman Emergency Centre
Mount Sinai Hospital

ARTICLE V

The National ED Quality Improvement Initiative

Dr. Paul Ellis, BSc, MSc, MD, FRCPC
Assistant Director, Emergency Medicine
Toronto General Hospital

ARTICLE VI

Developing Quality of Care and Patient Safety Indicators for Canadian Emergency Departments

Chad Leaver, MSc
Program Lead, Research Coordination
Health System Planning and Evaluation
Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences

ARTICLE VII

The National ED Quality Improvement Initiative: Ontario’s Emergency Room NACRS Initiative – ERNI

Joseph Laforet
Director, Emergency Care Reporting Project
Cancer Care Ontario

ARTICLE VIII

Quality Improvement in Emergency Departments

Chad Leaver, MSc
Program Lead, Research Coordination
Health System Planning and Evaluation
Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences

Joseph Laforet
Director, Emergency Care Reporting Project
Cancer Care Ontario

Dr. Paul Ellis, BSc, MSc, MD, FRCPC
Assistant Director, Emergency Medicine
Toronto General Hospital

ARTICLE IX

The 14 Principles of LEAN (Toyota Production System)

Dr. David Ng, MD
Chief, Emergency Department
Hotel Dieu Grace Hospital
ED LHIN Lead, Erie St. Clair
Adjunct Professor, University of Western Ontario

ARTICLE X

Keeping Emergency Departments Open in Ontario – The EDCDP Contribution

Elsa van Vliet
Director
HealthForceOntatio Marketing & Recruitment Agency

ARTICLE XI

ED Wait Times – A Catalyst for Change New Ways of Thinking, Behaving & Driving System Level Improvement

Stacey Daub
Senior Director
Toronto Community Care Access Centre

ARTICLE XII

The Case for EDOBS: Quality/Safety, Patient Satisfaction, Efficiency, Fiscally Sound – What More Do You Want?

J. Stephen Bohan, MD, MS, FACP, FACEP
Executive Vice Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine
Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston)

ARTICLE XIII

Clinical Decision Unit –St. Joseph’s Health Centre

Dr. Marko Duic, MD, MBA, CCFP(EM), FCFP
Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine
St. Joseph’s Health Centre (Toronto)

ARTICLE XIV

CPOE Case Study

Dr. Lawrence Cheng, MD, CCFP(EM), MPH
Physician Operations Leader
Department of Emergency Medicine
St. Paul’s Hospital

ARTICLE XV

Rise of the Machines – “Store Bought Solution”

James Kung, MD, FRCPC
Head Medical Informatics
Lions Gate Hospital

ARTICLE XVI

From Intention to Reality: The Journey from a Project to Transformation at St. Michael’s – why, how, what

Karen Gaunt
Clinical Leader/Manager
St. Michael’s Hospital

L. Miin Alikhan, MHSC, CHE
Director of Corporate Patient Flow Performance
St. Michael’s Hospital

ARTICLE XVII

Managing the Challenges of Staff Shortages in the ED – Quebec Case Study

Johanne Boileau, N. M.Sc. N.
Associate Nursing Director, Critical Care Services
Jewish General Hospital

Lynne McVey, N. M.Sc. A.
Director of Nursing
Jewish General Hospital, McGill Academic Health Network
Associate Professor, School of Nursing, McGill University

ARTICLE XVIII

Emergency Lean Implementation Strategies and Lessons Learned

Gayle Bohemier
Emergency Department Quality Improvement Officer
St. Boniface General Hospital (Winnipeg)

Lydia Harris
Program Team Manager, Emergency Department
St. Boniface Hospital (Winnipeg)

ARTICLE XIX

Getting the Right Patient in the Right Place at the Right Time

Jason Goto
Principal Consultant
AnalysisWorks Inc. (Vancouver)

Dr. Marko Duic, MD, MBA, CCFP(EM), FCFP
Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine
St. Joseph’s Health Centre (Toronto)

Cindy Loo
Manager – Clinical Services
Medical/Surgical Short Stay, IV Therapy
EEG/EMG & Pulmonary Function lab
Royal Columbian Hospital, Fraser Unit

ARTICLE XX

TeamSTEPPS: National Implementation of TeamSTEPPS®

Alexander Alonso, PhD
Senior Research Scientist
American Institutes for Research

ARTICLE XXI

Sepsis Hospitalizations and Mortality in Canada – A Follow-up on ED Patients

Dr. Eugene Wen, MD, DrPH
Manager, Health Indicators
Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI)

ARTICLE XXII

Hospital Standardized Mortality Ratio Use in Tackling Sepsis Related Deaths

Andrew Arcand, HSBC, MD, CCFP(EM)
Chief Department of Emergency Medicine
Markham Stouffville Hospital

ARTICLE XXIII

Coordinating Urgent Care: The H1N1 Experience in One Region of Ontario

Dr. Robert Cushman
CEO
Champlain Local Health Integration Network

ARTICLE XXIV

Bill 168 – What Are the Implications for Emergency Departments?

Cynthia Heinz
Partner
Fasken Martineau LLP

ARTICLE XXV

Bill 168 – What Are the Implications for Emergency Departments?

Maria McDonald, LL.B.
Labour and Employment Lawyer
Dykeman Dewhirst O’Brien LLP

ARTICLE XXVI

Regionalization of Ontario’s Emergency Departments: Fact or Fantasy?

Alan Drummond, MD, CCFP (EM)
Chair, Public Affairs
Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (Ottawa)