Webinar scheduled for those involved in Connected Care strategy

November 16, 2017

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Webinar scheduled for those involved in Connected Care strategy

 

The province’s Connected Care strategy was launched on Oct. 4 at a well-attended gathering of health system leaders, providers, and patient advisors.

To learn more about the strategy itself and see comments from meeting participants, go to:  https://hqc.sk.ca/news-events/hqc-news/organizing-for-impact-better-patient-care-through-enhanced-teamwork-transitions

A sharing and learning webinar series is now being offered to support those working on the Connected Care strategy. The series will cover topics related to the Connected Care maturity matrix, and specific topics for discussion will be based on the needs of participants. This series will be of interest to those involved in Connected Care who want to:

• Accelerate the implementation of the Connected Care System.
• Learn of innovative approaches and new ideas being tested by colleagues across the province.
• Empower your Connected Care teams by sharing their successes.

The next WebEx will be on Nov. 29 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. If you would like to join, please email edwaits@hqc.sk.ca

In case you missed it

The most recent QI Power Hour— Scotland’s Quality Journey: The end of the beginning? Held Oct. 27, will soon be available on the Health Quality Council website.

Dr. Brian Robson, Medical Director of the National Health Services’ Healthcare Improvement Scotland, described how Scotland is organizing for quality improvement at scale. The presentation used a framework for high impact leadership created by the Institute of Healthcare Improvement to reflect on key components that have helped Scotland in its journey.

 

 
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