Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Making headlines: March 2015 / Des membres qui ont fait la manchette : mars 2015

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College members are recognized nationally and internationally for advancing health leadership as a profession.

Please join us in congratulating these individual and corporate members, and health organizations on their achievements.


Ms. Stacey Daub
Chief Executive Officer
Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre

Stacey Daub Awarded With Leadership Award for Patient-Centered Engagement (March 10, 2015)

Retrieved from http://healthcareathome.ca/torontocentral/en

Stacey has been a member since 2008.

Monday, March 30, 2015

New members: March 2015 / Nouveaux membres : mars 2015

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Period of February 15, 2015 to March 14, 2015 — listed by Chapters:

New College Active Members

Greater Toronto Area

Major Jean-Martin Brault
Health Services Planner, Canadian Armed Forces (Toronto, ON)

Northern Alberta

Chris Carr
Senior Management and Analysis Consultant, Alberta Rural Physician Action Plan (Edmonton, AB)

College members on-the-move: March 2015 / Membres du Collège à l'affiche : mars 2015

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Period of February 15, 2015 to March 14, 2015 — listed by Chapters:

BC Interior

Richard Harding
FROM: Captain, UK Armed Forces (Hampshire, United Kingdom)
TO: Director of Health Services, Vernon Jubilee Hospital (Vernon, BC)

Eastern Ontario

Cyd E. Courchesne, CHE
FROM: Director, Medical Policy, Canadian Forces Health Services (Ottawa, ON)
TO: Chief Medical Officer, Veterans Affairs Canada (Ottawa, ON)

Welcome to our new corporate members: March 2015 / Bienvenue à nos nouveaux membres corporatifs : mars 2015

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The College is pleased to welcome two new corporate members in March.

Look for how many more organizations have joined the professional association of choice for health leaders in next month’s issue!

Healthcare Management Forum: March 2015 feature article abstract / Forum Gestion des soins de santé : Résumé de l’article de fonds mars 2015

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Redressing the inequities in Canadian pharmacare

D. Wayne Taylor, PhD, FCIM

Canadian healthcare is not universal. Nowhere is this lack of universality more evident than in the payment for drugs in Canada.

Canadians without the financial wherewithal cannot access orphan drugs for rare diseases and take-at-home oral cancer drugs and many other pharmaceuticals. In addition to the physical and emotional tolls experienced, patients and survivors and their families and caregivers bear the brunt of an ever-growing financial burden.

The Mission Driven Health Care Organization: Turning Strategy’s Noble Aspirations into Accountability and Action

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Spotlight: Dr. Chris Bart, FCPA

Dr. Chris Bart is one of the world’s leading experts in helping organizations develop mission and vision statements that get results. He has unique expertise in helping firms organize their internal structure to better achieve their mission.

A dynamic, informative and thought-provoking speaker, Dr. Bart will give you the practical takeaway advice you need to lead your organization with new purpose and direction. Better yet, he will reveal to you the secrets he has discovered through his pioneering university research to make the leaders in your organization become truly focused and create a mission driven organization™

Help Improve a Canadian Cancer Resource Website! / Aidez à améliorer un site Web canadien de ressources sur le cancer!

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Have Your Say! Take part in an online survey or focus group session regarding www.cancerview.ca.

For more information on how you can take part,
please visit the link below:

Canadian Centre for Healthcare Facilities: Improving Sustainability of Healthcare Facilities - Winnipeg

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Improving Sustainability of Healthcare Facilities: Planning, Design and Standards
April 20, 2015
Winnipeg, Manitoba

CCHF invites you to learn about the award winning design of Women’s and Newborn Hospital in Winnipeg; the applicability of CSA Z8000 (Planning, Design and Construction of Healthcare Facilities) for new projects and renovations; the new CSA Z8002 (Operations and Maintenance of Healthcare Facilities) standards; LEAN design and P3 design innovations.

Also hear a panel discussion from various expert perspectives from across Canada on capital planning and preparing for future healthcare facilities, followed by a Tour of HSC.

Join us for an inspiring day of learning and sharing!