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Health System Priorities in Canada: Perspectives from different stakeholders


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Presentation made at the 2011 CAHSPR conference by Anne Brasset Latulippe, OT, MSc, Policy and Research Analyst, CHSRF

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Health System Priorities in Canada: Perspectives from different stakeholders

  1. 1. Health System Priorities in Canada: Perspectives from different stakeholders<br />Anne Brasset Latulippe, OT, MSc, Policy and Research Analyst, CHSRF<br />May 11th, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Context: Transformation and CHSRF<br />What do we want to achieve? <br />Developa vision for transformation<br />Different perspectives<br />P/T<br />Advocate for particular diseases / illnesses<br />Health professionals<br />Citizens, etc.<br />
  3. 3. EnvironmentalScan 1: Healthprioritiesin Canada<br />Research questions:<br />What are the health priorities for system<br />transformation by provinces and territories?<br />What are the convergent themes across Canada<br />Data sources:<br /> - Strategic plans<br />
  4. 4. EnvironmentalScan 2: Strategic initiatives by groups focusing on particularillnesses.<br />Research Questions:<br />What are the common themes across the different health risk strategies? <br />Where do elements align in support of a transformation vision?<br />
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  6. 6. Methodology<br />Framework Analysis(Srivastava& Thomson,2009).<br />Familiarization<br />Identifying a thematicframework<br />Indexing<br />Charting<br />Mapping and interpretation<br />
  7. 7. Categories for Health Systems Priorities<br />
  8. 8. Scan 1: Results for jurisdictions<br />
  9. 9. Scan 1: Results for jurisdictions<br />
  10. 10. Scan 1: Results for jurisdictions<br />Access<br />Quality of care <br />Sustainability<br />
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  12. 12. Scan 2: Results<br />Prevention<br />Education<br />Knowledgetransferand exchange<br />
  13. 13. Discussion: Common areas <br />
  14. 14. Conclusion<br />Strong convergence: <br />Person-centred care<br />Integrated care<br />Access<br />Quality of care<br />Equity<br />Prevention<br />Accountability<br />Next steps:<br />Platform for discussion across the country consensus conference<br />
  15. 15. QUESTIONS/FEEDBACK?<br />Anne Brasset Latulippe, OT, MSc<br />HealthcareFinancing, Innovation and Transformation<br /><br />
  16. 16. Full bibliography<br />Alberta<br />Government of Alberta, Alberta Health Services (2010) Becoming the Best: Alberta’s 5-Year Health Action Plan: 2010-2015<br />Government of Alberta, Alberta Health Services (2010) 2010 – 2015 Health Plan Improving HealthFor All Albertans<br />British Columbia<br />British Columbia Ministry of Health Services (2010) 2010/2011-2012/2013 Service Plan<br />Manitoba<br />Manitoba (2010) Department Priorities for health (ppt)<br />New Brunswick<br />New Brunswick (2008) Transforming New Brunswick Health-care System: The Provincial Health Plan 2008-2012 Retrieved from the internet:<br />
  17. 17. References<br />Newfoundland and Labrador<br />Newfoundland and Labrador (2008) Department of Health and Community Services Strategic Plan 2008-2011 <br />Northwest Territories<br />Northwest Territories Health and Social Services (2009) A Foundation for Change: Building a Healthy Future for the NWT 2009-2012<br />Nova Scotia<br />Nova Scotia Department of Health (?) 2010-2011 Statement of Mandate<br />Nunavut<br />Government of Nunavut (2009) 2010-2013 Government of Nunavut Business Plan: Section H- Health and Social Services<br />Québec<br />Gouvernement du Québec (2010) Plan stratégique 2010-2015 du ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux du Québec<br />
  18. 18. References<br />Ontario<br />MOHLTC (2010)Results-based Plan Briefing Book 2010-11<br /> MOHLTC (2010 )Externally-Informed Annual Health Systems Trends Report – Third Edition. An Input for Health System Strategy Development, Policy Development and Planning<br />PEI<br />PEI (2009) PEI Health System Strategic Plan 2009-2012 Retrieved from the internet:<br />Saskatchewan<br />Saskatchewan Ministry of Health (2010) Strategic and Operational Directions for the Health Sector in Saskatchewan <br />Saskatchewan Ministry of Health (2010) Health System Strategic Framework (ppt)<br />Yukon<br />Yukon Health and Social Services (2009) Strategic Plan 2009-2014<br />
  19. 19. References<br />Canadian Hearth Health Strategy (2009) Canadian Heart Health Strategy and Action Plan: Building a Health Healthy Canada Retrieved from the internet:<br />Canadian Partnerships against Cancer (February, 2011) The Future of Cancer Control in Canada. A discussion paper on pan-Canadian cancer control priorities for 2012-2017. Retrieved from the internet:<br />Canadian Stroke Network & Heart and Stroke Foundation (2006) Canadian Stroke Strategy. Strategic Plan 2006-2010. <br />Mental Health Commission of Canada (2009) Toward Recovery and Well-Being: A Framework for a Mental Health Strategy in Canada. National Library of Canada. ISBN : 978-0-9913795-0-0 <br />National Lung Health Framework (2008)National Lung Health Framework. Retrieved from the internet:<br />Srivastava, A. & Thomson, S. B. (2009).Framework Analysis: A Qualitative Methodology for Applied Policy Research. JOAAG, Vol. 4. No. 2<br />