Don’t Miss the Most Comprehensive Discussion of the Year About Canadian Healthcare Innovation

Simon Kennedy, Deputy Minister, Health Canada; Doug Hughes, Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health, British Columbia; Dr. Bob Bell, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Ontario; and Dr. Peter Vaughan, Deputy Minister, Department of Health and Wellness, Nova Scotia.
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2016 Queen’s Health Policy Change Conference Whitepapers
Conference Whitepaper – Reflections on the Naylor Report 2015: Fund, Agency and Governance
by Dr. A. Scott Carson, Stauffer-Dunning Chair of Policy Studies Executive Director, Queen’s School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University

Join more than 100 decision-makers and leaders to seek answers to some important questions for Canada

  • What should a Canadian healthcare innovation agenda look like?
  • How can government, industry, healthcare providers and academia collaborate to drive innovation?
  • What can we do to optimize the impact of technology, data, new treatments and devices on the health of Canadians?
  • Should Canada have a dedicated national agency and pool of funds to advance innovation?
  • What policies might energize innovation in Canada's multi-jurisdictional healthcare system?

Don’t miss this highly interactive and collaborative dialogue involving nearly 40 speakers:

(click here to see the agenda)
  • Deputy Ministers from Health Canada, Ontario, Alberta and Nova Scotia
  • Opening Keynote by Dr. David Naylor, former president of University of Toronto and Chair, Health Canada Advisory Panel on Innovation
  • Provincial government agencies
  • Corporations - pharmaceutical, medical device, hi-tech
  • Investors and entrepreneurs
  • Innovators involving special populations - military, frail elderly, and mental health
  • Healthcare big data, supply chain management, funding systems, waste and duplication, quality/safety
  • Healthcare delivery (professions, hospitals, agencies)
  • Academic research community
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