Ontario Ecosystem Launch

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When:
Friday January 27, 2017 at 8:00 AM EST

Agenda:

Where:
Westin Prince Hotel
Ontario Room
900 York Mills Road
North York, ON M3B 3H2

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Contact:
Ken Rowley at 905-604-7100 ex 300
krowley@cihalliance.org

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
Overview of the International Ecosystem Network; A powerful force for change.

Case Studies: Impact of Ecosystems in Europe, USA and China on health and social care.

European Commission on Health Strategy: Can we apply key findings to Canadian healthcare?

Set up of Ontario Ecosystem Working Groups: Priority government | medicine | industry collaborations.

How will an Ontario Ecosystem support your organization?

Need a hotel?
Check out the Westin Prince

900 York Mills Road, Toronto, ON, M3B 3H2, Canada
Phone: (416) 444-2511 Reservations: 888-627-8550

Friday, January 27, 2017

Launch of your Ontario Healthcare Ecosystem 

Dear Healthcare Colleague:

You are invited to participate in the first annual meeting of the Ontario Healthcare Ecosystem, hosted by the Canadian Integrated Health Alliance (CIHAlliance.org) .

The ‘CIHAlliance’ is a not-for-profit association – part of a growing international network of ecosystems that connects healthcare organizations and supports key initiatives that improve the quality of health and social care in Canada.

Ecosystems bring together policy makers, funders, health and social care (public and private) associations, medical and patient advocacy groups, as well as research, software, telecom and drug companies.

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This approach, pioneered by the European Connected Health Alliance viewed here, is proving to be a powerful force for change, and now encompasses ecosystems in 40 countries, 500+ member organizations, and 16,000 individual members from government, academic medicine and industry.

Ecosystem meetings are designed to:

  • facilitate collaboration between stakeholders
  • promote exchange of ideas, lessons learned and opportunities
  • provide leadership to implement strategic priorities
  • support patient centric programs for better health and quality of life
  • generate revenues for members and reducing costs for health systems

Like its sister organization in Europe, and those being established in the US and China, the Canadian Alliance aims to increase resources, reduce costs and build cost-effective solutions to complex problems much faster than any one group alone.

Please join us by clicking on the link below to register and ensure your organization has a strong voice in the future of health and social care in Ontario.

Thank you,

Alex Szucs, President Elect
Canadian Integrated Health Alliance

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