Conferences and Education
ePrivacy Essentials - Fundamentals, Program, AssesmentApril 26, 2017 to May 10, 2017
3 Sessions, Online
April 26; May 3 & 10, 2017 | 12:00-1:30 PM ET
Addressing privacy concerns is a critical success factor for any healthcare organization. However, privacy terminology, principles and legislation can be confusing for health care and health informatics professionals. This 3-session series teaches you the fundamentals of privacy and how to apply it to your organization. The sessions will address Privacy Fundamentals, Implementing a Privacy Program, and Privacy Impact Assessments.
Measuring Return on Investment in Health Care - 4 Part SeriesMay 2 - 30, 2017
4 Part Series, Online
May 2, 9, 23 & 30, 2017 | 12:00-1:30 PM ET
Healthcare expenditures will continue to grow in the next 2 decades. Showing the value for the expenditures in terms that resonate with all stakeholders at all levels within an organization is imperative. This four part series provides participants with the essential knowledge required to use the ROI methodology. Using an IT project as a case study, participants will be able to understand how the ROI methodology can show benefits realization and ROI achieved (tangibles and intangibles).
Health Coin - Health Currency for Disease PreventionMay 11, 2017
May 11, 2017 | 12:00-1:30 PM ET
The problem with health care is that we pay for illness. Doctors, nurses and hospitals are not paid to keep us healthy, but to treat our diseases. Yet, increasingly we are realizing that we should be preventing disease and focusing on health. Using predictive analytics and disease risk scores, it may be possible to focus on prevention in a sensible way. Come learn about how we plan to create a new currency called Health Coin to solve this problem.
Healthcare Leadership and Improvement Conference – Studer Group and HuronMay 17 - 18, 2017
Today, more than ever, achieving results that last is of the utmost importance to healthcare organizations. Leaders need solution-based tools and practices that deliver specific, measurable outcomes. And there’s another key ingredient - passion. It’s sparked when people know they’re doing worthwhile work and making a difference.
Join Studer Group experts and healthcare leaders in Toronto, Canada to learn proven tactics that will significantly impact your organization in the next 90 days. Learn through live on-stage role playing as well as peer-to-peer networking opportunities. You will leave with new ideas, inspiration, and clear actions that will improve patient experience and clinical outcomes.
You Will Learn How To:
- Improve employee engagement to drive clinical quality, safety, and financial outcomes
- Execute key strategies and personal accountability for results
- Increase alignment from senior leaders to middle managers to frontline staff
- Improve patient perception of care and satisfaction with their experience
- Advance organizational performance
- Improve access and flow through the entire care continuum
- Increase physician engagement, alignment, and integration
Transformational Analytics: Using Data Analytics Strategically to Improve HealthcareMay 18 - 25, 2017
May 18 & 25, 2017 | 12:00-1:30 PM ET
The promise of data analytics is to provide the evidence and insight necessary to completely revolutionize the delivery of healthcare. Yet so often our “analytics” consists of an oddball collection of disconnected dashboards, reports, miscellaneous spreadsheets. Healthcare leaders throughout an organization need actionable insight to remediate performance issues, implement innovative processes, and manage within financial realities.
Dorothy Wylie Health Leaders Institute: Leading in Complex Environments … Finding the Courage to LeadMay 23 - 26, 2017
Canada, Toronto, Ontario
A Unique Health Care Leadership Development Experience from the Dorothy Wylie Health Leaders Institute
The Dorothy Wylie Health Leaders InstituteMay 23 - 26, 2017
Leading in Complex Environments... Finding the Courage to Lead.
Participants at previous Institutes are unanimous in their support for the program and the seven day learning experience.
What we are working to accomplish
- Promote the assessment, acquisition and development of a set of core leadership competencies appropriate to the times and settings in which healthcare leaders practice;
- Support participants to apply concepts in real life situations through reflective learning;
- Allow for individual and group assessment of skills and areas for development;
- Identify emergent leaders and begin a concrete and deliberate process for nurturing their development.
Valuable Outcomes for you! You will:
- gain a deeper understanding of the competencies of leadership and their application to healthcare practice.
- better position yourself and your organization to succeed as a leader of tomorrow’s knowledge workers.
- get an inside perspective on how others use leadership competencies to create positive results.
- develop a powerful set of practical tools that you can immediately put to work.
- develop lasting relationships with other healthcare leaders across the country.
Second Annual IoT, Big Data Healthcare SummitMay 24 - 25, 2017
Sensors, mobile devices, and related technologies are presenting new opportunities and risks for businesses. Collectively known as the Internet of Things (IoT), this broad term covers all non-computer and non-phone Internet-connected devices.
Healthcare environments produce a tremendous amount of information because of their process, engagement of multiple players and high volume of users. That data is only going to increase as baby-boomers reach retirement age and require better and more frequent healthcare services. With large cohorts of an ageing population and ageing infrastructure, service delivery becomes expensive and difficult for cities and governments. Automating systems through utilization of IoT, Big Data, and M2M tools and technologies demonstrate great opportunity to reduce operating costs significantly, utilize those savings more effectively, and provide better services to communities.
There has been a lot of buzz about “big data” over the last few years. This is hardly surprising, given the sheer scale of the data sets that are being produced daily. A total of 2.5 quintillion terabytes of data were generated every day in 2012 alone, and it is estimated that as much data is now generated in just two days as was created from the dawn of civilization until 2003. While other industries have been far more successful at harnessing the value from large-scale integration and analysis of big data, healthcare is just getting its feet wet. To bridge this gap and to create a common platform for healthcare professionals and technology players, we are organizing a conference that will facilitate dialogue, create learning opportunities, and help the industry become efficient and move forward.
After the success of the IoT, Big Data Healthcare Summit in Toronto on June 21-22, 2016, this will be the Second Annual IoT, Big Data Healthcare Summit in Toronto. It is an umbrella event that will encompass IoT, Big Data, and Machine to Machine (M2M). The objective of the conference is to bring the whole healthcare industry under one roof and understand opportunities and challenges IoT technologies and tools present. Needs and challenges faced by each of these are unique and so are opportunities to improve service, reduce costs, and improve healthcare systems.
- Conservative estimates put the IoT market at US $15 Trillion in 10 years time
- North America represents 26% of the global IoT economy which puts the Canadian market at around $17 billion and expected to grow to over $300 Billion in the next 10 years.
- Healthcare is worth $117 billion and expected to grow to over $1.7 trillion in the ten years.
5th Annual Addictions and Mental Health ConferenceMay 28 - 30, 2017
Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel, Toronto, ON
With Patients First, the focus in mental health and addiction, now, more than ever, is shifting to the local level. At the same time, there is also a move towards greater alignment with primary care and public health.
This year's conference theme - Stronger Connections: Communities Working Together - focuses on the work we can do, and the partnerships and collaborations already happening at the ground level to build comprehensive and accessible addiction and mental health systems.
Join us in Toronto May 28 to 30 for the only conference that brings together both addiction and mental health for three days of unparalleled knowledge exchange, collaboration, continuing education and networking.
It's up to us.
National Canadian Association of Ambulatory Care ConferenceJune 1 - 2, 2017
Canadian Association of Ambulatory Care (CAAC)
Today's health care environment is ever changing, and ambulatory care providers are expected to provide a high level of care to patients in a very busy and pressured environment.
The Canadian Association of Ambulatory Care (CAAC) was founded in 2012; we are the first inter-professional Ambulatory Care Association. Established in Canada to enhance practices and education for ambulatory patient care
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding the 5th National Canadian Association of Ambulatory Care Conference on June 1 and 2, 2017 at Niagara-on-the-Lake
Our Theme: Promoting Best Practices in Ambulatory Care: The Pathway to Clinical Excellence
Please feel free to visit our website at http://www.canadianambulatorycare.com where you can register online or fax the completed registration form.
If you wish to enhance your practice in ambulatory patient care and share ideas with your colleagues, then the CAAC is here to help and support you with our conference. Come join us, you won’t be disappointed!
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