Re-focusing from Efficiency to Appropriateness: The Value of Understanding Variation in Healthcare

 

Tom Closson, Mark Hundert and Chris Helyar

Tom Closson, Consultant and unofficial dean of healthcare
Mark Hundert,  National Director, Hay Group Health Care Consulting
Chris Helyar, Associate Director, Hay Group Health Care Consulting

The Final Brief
The Ontario election is on June 12, 2014. On June 10, we are pleased to present. . .the final brief: Yes Minister, appropriate care actually decreases utilization.

Together Tom Closson and company will explore:

  • How can we plan for healthcare if we don’t address variation?
  • How do we get the best care? Everywhere.
  • How can the Ministry address the challenges of providing efficient care and appropriate care – at the same time?

The political parties are invited to send their policy teams.

Post note: There are many related resources on Longwoods.com. Brief yourself with this note.

 

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

St. Michael's Hospital, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, 209 Victoria St., Toronto, ON, Canada

 

Sponsors:

AccentureJohnson & Johnson IncNational ResearchCerner and PwC

 

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