PATIENTS REDEFINING THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE IN CANADA SUMMIT
(formerly known as Drug Pricing Policy Summit)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
PATIENTS REDEFINING THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE IN CANADA SUMMIT 2020
The 5th annual Patients Redefining the Future of Health Care in Canada Summit was held virtually on November 30, 2020 and December 3, 8 and 10, 2020. The Summit is an initiative led by Save Your Skin Foundation in collaboration with the Canadian Psoriasis Network and Queen’s University Office of Indigenous Initiatives. The December 8th value-based health care panel was co-hosted with the Conference Board of Canada. The Summit also received generous contributions from volunteers, speakers, panelists, facilitators, and other collaborators.
Please see below for individual Summit presentation recordings, or click HERE to see the full list on our youTube channel.
Click here to read the full 2020 Summit Report:
5th Annual Patients Redefining the Future of Health Care in Canada Summit, 2020 Summary Report
Et en francais: Le cinquième Sommet annuel:
Les patients redéfinissent l’avenir des soins de santé au Canada, Rapport Sommaire 2020
Ongoing barriers and systemic issues experienced by patients in Canada have become starkly clear in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. This virtual Summit shared information on the state of health and health care for different populations and how COVID-19 has impacted population health as well as specific policy issues facing Indigenous communities, older adults, populations living with mental health issues, and people experiencing income insecurity.
In addition, the Summit updated attendees on the progress of value-based health care (VBHC) projects in Canada. The Summit continued to focus on shifting toward a value-based approach to health care in Canada that improves value to patients, particularly as we move toward ongoing mitigation and eventual recovery from the pandemic.
2020 SUMMIT RECORDINGS:
Patients Redefining the Future of Health Care in Canada 5th Annual Summit
Dr. Brenda Restoule
First Peoples Wellness Circle
National Network for Mental Health
Institute for Advancements in Mental Health
Advocacy Centre for the Elderly
Director of Home and Community Support Services
Maamwesying North Shore Community Health Services Inc.
Laura Tamblyn Watts
Queen West – Central Toronto Community Health Centre
School of Social Work, King’s University College at Western University
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Value-Based Health Care (VBHC): Health Care Solutions for Canada
With Opening Remarks by Margaret Peters, Founder, Unmasking Psoriasis, and Jennifer Graham, Vice President, Canadian Congenital Heart Alliance
Complete day recording
Integrated Models of Care:
Canadian Association of Community Health Centres
Patient-Reported Outcome Measures:
Coalition Priorité Cancer au Québec
Declaration of Personal Health Data Rights and Obligation in Canada
Co-Founder & CEO
Opportunities for the Growth of VBHC across Canada
Multi-stakeholder moderated panel conversation exploring opportunities to increase readiness and grow VBHC across Canada, moderated by VBHC Canada.
Monika Slovinec D’Angelo
Conference Board of Canada
Ministere de la Sante et des Services sociaux
Chief Information Officer
Alliance for Healthier Communities
First Nations Information Governance Centre
First Nations Information Governance Centre
Watch this Pre-Summit webinar: Patients Redefining the Future of Health Care in Canada Summit, The Starting Line
CLICK HERE to View the Webinar Recording
Introduced and facilitated by Louise Binder, Health Policy Consultant, this webinar reviews concepts presented at the 2019 Summit, A Dose of Reality: Patients Redefining the Future of Health Care in Canada. Presentations includes recordings of Jennifer Clawson, Health Systems and Value-Based Health, Boston Consulting Group, and Dr. Ambreen Sayani, Health Strategist and Consultant, St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto.
Additional Videos – Resources of Interest:
Homeward Bound, De dwa da dehs nye>s Aboriginal Health Centre, Transformative Change Award Winner
Social Prescribing, Centre de santé communautaire de Témiskaming, Transformative Change Award Winner
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