The way in which BC’s health system is organized plays a significant role in pandemic preparedness, response and recovery. Integrated health system responses are critical in preparing for and responding to outbreaks in high-risk settings and protecting acute care capacity. Regional structures and processes enable rapid decision-making and mobilization of resources, and partnerships protect some of the most vulnerable populations. Our structure has varying strengths and weaknesses, but in this instance is beneficial in coordination, standardization and comprehensiveness.
Dr. George Kassianos, National Immunisation Lead, Royal College of General Practitioners and Moderated by Laura Tamblyn Watts, CEO, CanAge
“With a special thank you to Seqirus Canada Inc. this event will be free to all healthcare providers and publicly funded organizations to register!”
Lydia Lee Partner, KPMG Canada, Duska Kennedy Chief Digital Officer, North York General Hospital and F. Gigi Osler Chair, Canadian Medical Forum
The face of leadership in digital health is changing. Why? Because digital needs to respond to changing patient and health workforce demands, and that requires leaders who are sensitive to and reflective of these shifts. During this panel, we will discuss the most pressing issues facing digital health leaders today, skills and capabilities needed to lead digital health, and what everyone can do to drive more diversity in the digital health workforce to respond to the changing healthcare landscape.
Rick Glazier, Scientific Director of the Institute of Health Services and Policy Research at the Canadian Institute of Health Research
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Matthew Anderson President and CEO, Ontario Health and Helen Angus Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health