We're helping to improve health care in Saskatchewan.

We’re working with our partners to build a rapid-learning, patient-first health care system.

Leaf

We’re working to shorten waits in Emergency by improving how patients move through hospitals and other parts of the health system.

HQC is working with its partners to develop a new approach to measuring and reporting on health system performance.

We want to create a health care system that is grounded in mutually beneficial partnerships among providers, patients, and families.

HQC offers learning programs for people working at all levels in the health care system.

Through Choosing Wisely Saskatchewan, we are helping clinicians and patients talk about unnecessary tests and treatments, and make smart choices to ensure high-quality health care.

We partner with individuals and organizations to conduct patient-oriented research, and to study drug utilization, safety, and effectiveness.

Upcoming Quality Improvement Events

Calendar Jun 24, 2019
SCPOR: Building Research Relationships with Indigenous Communities Training Module (Regina)

SCPOR: Building Research Relationships with Indigenous Communities Training Module (Regina)

Monday, June 24, 2019 12:00 PM  4:30 PM College Avenue Campus, University of Regina (map) The Indigenous...

Learn More

Calendar Jun 25, 2019
SCPOR: Mapping the Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) in Saskatchewan (Saskatoon)

SCPOR: Mapping the Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) in Saskatchewan (Saskatoon)

Tuesday, June 25, 2019 12:45 PM  3:30 PM University of Saskatchewan (map)   Mapping the Strategy for...

Learn More

Newsletter icon

Health Clips E-mail Newsletter Sign-Up

Health Clips is your go-to source for the latest on quality improvement, patient safety, health system performance, and patient- and family-centred care.

Subscribe

Are you in the media and have questions?

We'd love to hear from you

Join our team.

View current job openings

You have a role in shaping health care in Saskatchewan

Get involved today