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A study co-authored by a Health Quality Council (HQC) researcher was recognized with an Award of Excellence in June at the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region’s eighth annual Research Showcase.
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As the Provincial Kaizen Operations Team Director – Safety Alert System at the Health Quality Council, you will lead the design, implementation, and refinement of the Saskatchewan Safety Alert System (SAS) and lead the systemic replication and stabilization of the system across the province utilizing Saskatchewan’s Health Care Management System (modeled on the Global Production System). Full Job Description.
Researchers at the Health Quality Council are part of a Canadian drug safety network that has found there is an increased risk of developing diabetes among people who take high potency statins--cholesterol-lowering drugs—after a heart attack or stroke. A news release about the study was issued today by the Canadian Network for Observational Drug Effect Studies (CNODES).In the most comprehensive study of its kind, CNODES found a 15% relative increase in risk of diabetes within two years of starting treatment with high potency statins, as compared with low potency statins. This means that one additional case of diabetes was estimated to have occurred for every 350 patients treated with a high potency statin after a heart attack or stroke.
Let the National Health Service in the UK know if you’d be interested in this free online module-based program that is expected to begin early in the new year.
An article published by the Canadian Network for Observational Drug Effect Studies (CNODES) – whose Saskatchewan arm is led by HQC’s Dr. Gary Teare – was the focus of a recent editorial in one of the world’s top nephrology journals.
Are you looking for a unique opportunity to put your applied research skills to work in an organization dedicated to accelerating quality improvement in health care?
We are seeking an individual to help our Measurement and Analysis team develop analysis infrastructure and quality measurement capacity across the health care continuum.
Saskatchewan physicians interested in learning how to apply Lean in their practices can now pursue a shorter route to certification.
Better is a new website that is telling the story of how Lean (Toyota Production System) is helping make health care better and safer in Saskatchewan.
We’ve significantly improved the page-loading time on the Quality Insight website from approximately 6.5 seconds to an average of .6 seconds!
Seeing how the use of tools can improve quality, safety and access for patients and clients has been an important step in the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region’s Lean journey.
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