5th Annual Continuous Quality Improvement in Healthcare

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Report Code: HCP12815. September, 2012. Toronto

Article 1

Assessing Appropriateness of Care in Support of CQI in Healthcare

Charles J. Wright, MD, MSc, FRCS(C,E,Ed)
Chair
Ontario Health Technology Advisory Committee

Article 2

Aligning Levers to Advance Quality: From Intention to Reality

Miin Alikhan
Director, Health Quality Branch
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

Michael G. Stewart
Lead, Decision Support & Knowledge Transfer
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

Article 3

Connecting the Dots for Improving System Wide Performance

Carolyn Hoffman
Vice President, Clinical Performance Improvement
Alberta Health Services

Article 4

#SocialQI: Simple Solutions for Improving Your Healthcare

Brian S. McGowan, PhD
Founding Chair
Alliance’s on Emerging Technologies in Education Committee

Article 5

Accountability Agreements and Better Care Delivery

Bill MacLeod
Chief Executive Officer
Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network

Don Shilton
President
St. Mary’s General Hospital

Article 6

Healthcare Engineering I: Improving the System from Above

Michael W. Carter, PhD
Director
Centre for Research in Healthcare Engineering

Article 7

Healthcare Engineering II: Improving the System from Within

Neil McEvoy, CHE, PEng
Administrative Director
Centre for Research in Healthcare Engineering

Article 8

Health IT/Clinical Informatics Strategies that Support Quality Improvement

Jeremy Theal, MD FRCPC
Chief Medical Information Officer
North York General Hospital

Article 9

Physician Partners and Leaders in Achieving QI Goals

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

Amir Ginzburg, MD, FRCPC
General Internist and Hospitalist
The Credit Valley Hospital and Trillium Health Centre

Article 10

Strengthening Operational Governance and Oversight for Sustained Process Improvements

Bill MacLeod
Chief Executive Officer
Mississauga Halton Local Health Integration Network

Article 11

Strengthening Operational Governance and Oversight for Sustained Process Improvements

Murray T. Martin
President and CEO
Hamilton Health Sciences

Article 12

Strengthening Operational Governance and Oversight for Sustained Process Improvements

Fiona McDougall
CEO
RWS Advisory

Article 13

Fundamentals of Performance Measurement and Process Improvement

Ladan Dadgar, PhD
Manager, Performance Measurement and Decision Support
Credit Valley Hospital Trillium Health Centre

Article 14

Accountability and Transparency: Leaning on your Data

Sharon Tai-Young
Director – Health Records and Decision Support
Markham Stouffville Hospital

Article 15

Lean Strategies for Support Services in Healthcare: A Case Study

Rick Gowrie
Vice President, Planning, Capital Redevelopment, Facilities and Support Services
Rouge Valley Health System

Craig Wickens
ARAMARK General Manager, Support Services
Rouge Valley Health System

Article 16

Driving Quality Through Accountability

Fiona McDougall
CEO
RWS Advisory

John D. Whincup
Executive Director
Optimus SBR

Article 17

The Patients’ View on Quality Improvement

Sholom Glouberman, PhD
President
The Patients’ Association of Canada

Article 18

Using Lean to Support Regional Collaboration

Michele Jordan
Vice President, Women’s and Children’s Program, Quality Improvement and Transformation
Rouge Valley Health System

Article 19

Building Capacity for Sustainable and Continuous Excellence

Susan Randell, MLT (ASQ-CQIA, CQM)
Quality and Patient Safety Manager
Ross Memorial Hospital

Article 20

Do Reservoirs in Healthcare add Value?

Marko Duic, MD
Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine
Southlake Regional Health Centre

Shawn Whatley, MD
Medical Director, Emergency Services Program
Southlake Regional Health Centre

Article 21

Supplementary Material

Perry Doody
Vice President, Operations
Revera Home Health