This was the opportunity to learn and explore Canada’s hospital service delivery and healthcare experience together with the latest state-of-the-art and innovation that is abundant in culture and culinary delights!
The participants got insights about the host country’s healthcare reforms and system like: History of Universal Health Care in Canadian Health and Recent Reforms in Health Care in Quebec.
They encountered deeper topics on healthcare such as the Role of Organizations & Strategic Management. They discovered more if the Innovative Delivery Models as well as the important role played by health systems research in improving healthcare and Long-Term Care Networks in Montreal.
They had also the opportunity to visit the CIUSSS Centre-Sud(Emergency, Ambulatory and In-Patient Care Facilities), the McGill University Hospital Group (Glen site), the ArbecHealth Group, the Montreal Institute of Geriatrics and the Canadian Institute for Health Information.
CIHI Overview for IHF Study Tour - June 8th - Brent Diverty (PDF)
Continuum Personnes âgées et IUGM - June 7th Matte et al (PDF)
Intersectoral partnership to promote healthy eating - 6th June - Mr Drouin (PDF)
Montreal Integrated Regional Public Health Action Plan (PDF)
Occupational Health Program - 6th June - S. Palmieri (PDF)
PRISMA Hébert Réjean - June 5th (PDF)
Regionalization - HealthcareCan June 8th (PDF)
Report of the advisory panel on healthcare innovation - HealthcareCan June 8th (PDF)
Revisiting health regionalization in Canada Barker 2016 - HealthcareCan June 8th (PDF)
Systems Integration and Care Management - A.P. Contandriopoulos - June 5th (PDF)
The Canadian healthcare system An overview - HealthcareCan June 8 (PDF)
Topo survey programme - 6th June (PDF)
Towards the Triple Aim of better health better care and better value for canadians - HealthcareCan June 8th (PDF)
This Study Tour included site visits to leading US policy makers, hospital managers and decision makers, Ivy League research and entrepreneurship centres, community leaders, health financing experts to better understand their respective industry and role in healthcare, and pave the way for effective advocacy and strategies that will result in implementation and exchange of ideas on best practices in leadership and management in health service delivery by hospitals and healthcare facilities. The list included New York Department of Health, Mt Sinai Hospital, Columbia University Medical Centre, Wagner School of Public Services (NYU), CityMDUrgent Care, New York Academy of Medicine, The Commonwealth Fund and other New York healthcare institutions in the New York Metropolitan area.
Health care leaders from the IHF along with hospital CEOs and other Executives from India, Spain, Australia, Brazil, Canada and the U.S. came to discuss: