24-Nov-2015 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
205 5th Ave SW
Bow Valley Square Conference Centre, Suite 300 - Rooms: Angus/Northcote.
Calgary, Alberta T2P 4B9



Southern Alberta Chapter
Health Care Planning for the 21st Century: Population Health Planning and Forecasting in Acute and Chronic Disease

  November 24th, 2015
5:00 - 7:30 p.m. MST
Bow Valley Square Conference Centre
Suite 300, 205 5th Ave SW, Calgary, AB, T2P 4B9
Rooms: Angus/Northcote.

Join SAC-CCHL and Emerging Health Leaders in exploring tools and strategies to support complex care planning for Albertans.

What can be done about predicting patient needs in the future?  How can we better balance the needs of the population for preventing and treating mental health, diabetes and cardiovascular disease? How do we evaluate our strategic choices and impact on patient care?  What tools are available to test our decisions before investing? These questions and more will be explored by Dr. Eileen Pepler, Dr. Deborah Marshall, and Claire Coredaux, all internationally recognized experts in health care systems and policy modelling, and joined by the National Health Service team responsible for implementing and rolling out the NHS’s Long Term Conditions Commissioning Program-Jacquie White and Bev Matthews.
This KPMG sponsored event will provide live demonstrations of the international tools, models and methodologies used to inform strategic decision making for chronic disease.  A live demonstration of the UK’s National Health Service Long Term Conditions Commissioning and the Year of Care Funding Model, the vehicle driving transformation change, and how this program engages patients and primary care providers, in addressing individual needs at the local level.    

Showcasing how these models and make a difference for patients, and more importantly, how these intelligent decision making tools are helping globally to inform future capacity, demand and workforce needs, are important tools to have in your ‘toolkit of knowledge’ as we move forward with addressing future challenges of achieving the triple aim targets within our current fiscal environment.

Featured Speakers:

Claire Cordeaux, Beverley Matthews, Eileen Pepler, Jacquie White and Deborah Marshall are passionate about health care and have vast collective and individual experience in strategic clinical health care planning and forecasting.  All are currently working with the NHS supporting the Long Term Conditions Commissioning Program,  focusing on population health planning and person centered care.  Join the SAC and the EHL on November 24th  to learn from their experiences and see an interactive demonstration of tools that can be used to support local and provincial health planning initiatives.


1700 - 1730
1730 - 1930
Speaker Presentation and Interactive Demonstration

(Taxes included)
CCHL Member
EHL Member

Snacks and Networking: Drinks and appetizers will be available throughout the presentation and the interactive demonstration.

Thank you to our sponsors

This event Sponsored by KPMG


Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 2.00 Category I  credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.