CAHSPR Conference 2013

Making Good on the Triple Aim:
How to Improve our Success within the Canadian Context

The Sheraton Wall Centre Hotel
Vancouver B.C. May 28, 2013 - May 30, 2013

What will it take to achieve the Triple Aim in Canadian health care? Can we simultaneously increase population health and improve the patient and provider experience while constraining cost growth? The conference provides an opportunity to learn from improvement initiatives in Canada and other jurisdictions, to identify the factors necessary to drive improvements across the Canadian health system, and to explore what it means to pursue the triple aim within the promise of universal access.



Conference Publications for Download




Accreditation

  • This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by the Division of Continuing Professional Development, University of Manitoba for a maximum of 25 credits.

    Participants should only claim credit for the actual number of hours attended.


Conference Videos


Conference Photo Gallery

The 2013 annual CAHSPR conference is made possible through organizational contributions. We wish to thank these conference sponsors for their generous support.


Platinum Sponsors



Gold Sponsors

Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI)
Health Canada


Silver Sponsors

Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC)
Accreditation Canada
Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation (IHPME)
Health Council of Canada (HCC)


Bronze Sponsors

Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI)
Health System Performance Research Network (HSPRN)
Canadian Medical Association (CMA)
Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA)
Canadian Nurses Association (CNA)
Centre for Health Services and Policy Research (CHSPR-UBC)
Pharmaceutical Policy Research Collaboration (PPRC)
Baxter Corporation Canada
Vancouver Coastal Health Research Unit
Ontario Medical Association (OMA)
Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research
Fonds de recherche du Québec- Santé


Supporter Sponsors

Saskatchewan Health Quality Council
BC Patient Safety and Quality Council
Institut national de santé publique
CML Health Care Inc.
Ontario Hospital Association


Media Sponsors

Longwoods Journal


Supporting Members

Manitoba Centre for Health Policy



Tuesday, May 28, 2013


SP1 : Pursuing the Triple Aim: Measuring Progress, Performance and Outcomes


SP2 : Engaging Physicians on the Triple Aim: Opportunities and Challenges


SP3 : Achieving Triple Aim: Lessons from the South, Lessons to the South


Wednesday, May 29, 2013


SP1 : Foundations for Integration: Engaging PHC Providers in Local / Regional Governance


SP2 : A Whole Systems Approach to Implement Triple Aim: Solutions for a "Wicked Problem"


SP3 : Listening to Patients and Families: Can we Improve the Patient Experience while Improving Population Health and Value for Money?

  • G. Ross Baker, Professor, Institute of Health Policy, Management  and Evaluation, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto; Caryl Harper, Director,  Patients as Partners, Primary Health Care and Specialist Services, Ministry of  Health Services, Government of British Columbia; Cheryl-Anne Simoneau, Patient  Representative, McGill University Health Centre; Tracy Wasylak, Vice-President,  Strategic Clinical Networks & Clinical Care Pathways, Alberta Health Services


Thursday, May 30, 2013


SP1 : Tackling Canada's Leading Cause of Disease Burden: Policy Approaches for Better Addressing Depression (Unable to post as per instructions from the presenter)

  • Charlotte Waddell, Associate Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences,  Simon Fraser University; Dan Bilsker, Registered Psychologist and Adjunct  Professor, Centre for Applied Research in Mental Health and Addiction, Simon  Fraser University; Karen Cohen, Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Psychological  Association


SP2 : Triple Aim and Economic Analysis: Opportunity or Opportunity Cost?


SP3 : Improving Population Health: Adding Health to Health Care

  • Richard Massé, Directeur de santé publique, ASSS de Montréal; Trevor Hancock, Professor and Senior Scholar, School of Public Health and Social Policy, University of Victoria; Mylène Drouin, Director, Clinical Preventive Services, DSP, Montreal; Patrick McGowan, Director, BC Chronic Disease Self- Management Program and Associate Professor, Director of Self-Management, University of Victoria



A B C D E F G


A1 PANEL: Achieving the Triple Aim through Evidence- Informed Disinvestment in Healthcare



A2 Cancer and Equity



A3 Mental Health



A4 Priority Setting & Healthy Technology Assessment



A5 Pharmaceutical Policy



A6 Healthcare Leadership



B1 Healthcare Quality



B2 Healthcare Quality and Research



B3 PRIMARY CARE

  • B3.1 The Self-Management Support Policy and Practice Directions in BC: What about the needs of disadvantaged populations? -- Sue Mills (Unable to post as per instructions from the presenter)
  • B3.2 Improving Population Health: Systemic Factors Influencing Primary Care and Public Health Collaboration -- Leena Wu (Unable to post as per instructions from the presenter)
  • B3.3 Paying for Primary Care: A Cross-Sectional Comparison of Primary Care Patient Cost Distributions in Ontario, Canada -- David Rudoler (Unable to post as per instructions from the presenter)
  • B3.4 More Inside On The Proprieties Of The Team Climate Inventory As A Measure Of Primary Care Teams’ Processes -- Jeannie Haggerty


B4 HEALTH POLICY & POLITICS



B5 PHARMACEUTICAL POLICY



B6 HEALTH HUMAN RESOURCES



C1 PANEL



C2 HEALTH ECONOMICS



C3 EQUITY



C4 HEALTHY POLICY, E-HEALTH & CAPACITY BUILDING



C5 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT



C6 KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION & EXCHANGE



D1 PANEL

  • D1 Everything you always wanted to know about health economics* (*But were afraid to ask) (No PPT used) -- .


D2 RESEARCH METHODS & OPERATIONS RESEARCH



D3 HEALTH POLICY & HEALTH ECONOMICS



D4 QUALITY & SAFETY



D5 CANCER CARE



D6 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS & MODELS OF CARE



E1 PANEL: Measuring the Impact of Knowledge Organizations in Achieving the Triple Aim: Innovative Research, Challenges and Practice Solutions



E2 PRIMARY CARE



E3 EQUITY



E4 KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION & EXCHANGE



E5 HEALTH HUMAN RESOURCES & CAPACITY BUILDING



E6 PRIMARY CARE (2)



F1 PANEL



F2 EQUITY



F3 PRIMARY CARE



F4 KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION & EXCHANGE



F5 MENTAL HEALTH



F6 PRIMARY CARE (2)



G1 HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP & PATIENT CENTRED CARE



G2 EQUITY



G3 PRIMARY CARE



G4 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT



G5 QUALITY & SAFETY



G6 PRIMARY CARE, MENTAL HEALTH & CANCER




Better research ... better decisions ... better health
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