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This week, a video called Putting Patients First: Transforming Health Care in Saskatchewan showed on TV screens throughout the Institute for Healthcar...
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This Request for Proposal (RFP) is to identify a qualified vendor to work with the Health Quality Council and a project steering committee to evaluate the early processes and impact of implementation of Lean in the provincial health system.
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We looked at results from the Acute Care Patient Experience Survey in Saskatchewan to see which elements of care are most closely related to patients’ rating their hospital experience as 10/10.
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The U of S College of Pharmacy and Nutrition and Saskatchewan’s Health Quality Council are pleased to announce Thomas Rotter has joined the university as the first Research Chair in Health Quality Improvement (QI) Sciences.
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With the addition of nine more survey indicators, including some related to patient safety and discharge from hospital, results for all aspects of the Acute Care Patient Experience Survey are now available on Quality Insight.
The Quality Insight website now provides information on access to cancer care treatments in this province. Several measures are now available on the provincial resource ( www.qualityinsight.ca) that has for the past 18 months been a one-stop source for information about various aspects of health system performance in Saskatchewan.
In the fourth episode of this video blog, Cypress Health Region CEO Beth Vachon describes how transparent reporting on health care performance supports the pursuit of excellence.
In our 2011-12 annual report, released today, we illustrate how our collaborative endeavors with the health system in the last decade inform our current work.
Although the province's second Chronic Disease Management Collaborative (CDMC II) officially ended in March 2011, improvements to depression care continue to gain momentum in Prairie North Health Region. Gary Nolin, Director of Primary Health Care, is part of a 10-member working group of physicians, frontline staff, leadership, and Collaborative participants working to standardize and spread best practices in depression care across Prairie North.
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