23-Sep-2014 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
380 University Avenue
The University Club of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario M5G 1R6

Greater Toronto Area Chapter Event and Webinar
Quality in health care: Challenges, opportunities and urgency

Join The Ivey Toronto Chapter in conjunction with the GTA CCHL Chapter on September 23rd to hear Joshua Tepper, President and CEO of Health Quality Ontario (HQO), share his insights on challenges, opportunities and urgency in providing quality healthcare. Dr. Tepper will discuss his Agency’s growing mandate as the Government of Ontario and the public become more focused on measuring quality of care in our health care system, and what it means for you and your organization.


September 23, 2014


5:30 p.m. EST - Reception and Dinner
6:00 p.m. EST - Presentation and Q&A
7:00 p.m. EST - Networking


The University Club of Toronto
380 University Avenue, Toronto

Webinar option also available


Dr. Joshua Tepper, President and Chief Executive Officer, Health Quality Ontario (HQO)


CCHL Member in person - $45.00
Non Member in person - $55.00

CCHL Member via webinar - $45.00
Non Member via webinar - $55.00

Dr. Joshua Tepper is a family physician and the President and Chief Executive Officer of Health Quality Ontario (HQO). An arm’s length agency of the provincial government, HQO works in partnership with Ontario’s health care system to support a better experience of care, better outcomes for Ontarians and better value for money. Prior to HQO, Dr. Tepper was the inaugural Vice President of Education at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre following his role as the Assistant Deputy Minister (ADM) in the Health Human Resources Strategy Division of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

Dr. Tepper holds a degree in Public Policy from Duke University, a Masters of Public Health from Harvard, and recently completed his executive Master’s of Business Administration at the Ivey Business School.

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.