Greater Toronto Area Chapter Event and Webinar - 04/29/2014
29-Apr-2014 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
30 Bond Street
Li Ka Shing Institute - Room 136
Toronto, Ontario M5B 1W8

Greater Toronto Area Chapter Event and Webinar
Cost, Quality and Accountability in Healthcare Two-Part Series
Part 2: Accountability Care Organization Model - Canadian applicability

Please join us live or by webinar for the conclusion of the exciting two part series with Dr. Adalsteinn (Steinni) Brown.  In Part 1, Steinni discussed the difficult decisions that leaders must make when balancing cost and quality in healthcare.

 In Part 2, Steinni will present the ACO model and discuss how this emerging model can be applied within the Canadian health system to help decision makers deal with difficult issues related to cost and quality.


April 29, 2014


5:00 p.m. EST - Reception and Dinner
6:00 p.m. EST - Presentation


Li Ka Shing Institute - Room 136
Webinar option also available


Dr. Adalsteinn Brown, Director, Institute of Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation and Dalla Lana Chair of Public Health Policy, University of Toronto


CCHL Member in person - $60.00
Non Member in person - $70.00
Student Member in person - $10.00
Student Non Member in person - $20.00
CCHL Member via webinar - $45.00
Non Member via webinar - $55.00
Student Member via webinar - $10.00
Student Non Member via webinar - $12.00

Dr. Brown became the Dalla Lana Chair of Public Health Policy at the University of Toronto and a Scientist in the Keenan Research Centre of the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute of St. Michael's Hospital on the first of January, 2011. Past roles span the public, private, and government sectors and include Assistant Deputy Minister for strategy at the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care and for science and research at the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation, Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation (University of Toronto), and a founding role in consulting, software, and internet companies.

He received his bachelor’s degree in government from Harvard University and his doctorate from the University of Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. In 2003, he was named one of Canada's "Top 40 Under 40" in recognition for his work on performance measurement in healthcare.

Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 1.0 Category I  credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.

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