is President at Eminent Tech Corporation and an Adjunct Professor of Physics, School of Graduate Studies at York University
Growing evidence of of care across healthcare organizations, along with , has made the quality of health care . This has drawn significant government and regulatory attention to healthcare systems across the country. Health Quality Ontario (HQO) was established with the mandate to monitor and report on healthcare performance in Ontario and the mission to bring about meaningful improvement in health care. Besides reporting on the key performance indicators, HQO holds to share knowledge and best practices. Recently, I attended one of HQO’s quality rounds, and I left with the impression that quality in health care is not considering the right measures, using the right experts or measuring the right data. ...continue reading →
is a family physician and the President and Chief Executive Officer of
Often when we talk about improving health care, we turn to the . Developed in by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) in the United States, the Triple Aim captures three objectives for a better quality health system: Improving a patient’s experience of care, improving population health and doing this at a reasonable cost. It has become a way of thinking embraced by many health care systems around the world.
The Triple Aim takes a big-picture, system-wide approach that can be applied to any part of the health care system, as well as across all levels of an organization. The ultimate endgame is a sustainable health care system that patients trust and that contributes to healthier populations.