Do you want to connect with others to improve Saskatchewan’s health care system? There are networks focused on quality improvement, measurement, and appropriateness of care that will help you link with and learn from your colleagues around the province. See below for more information about these groups.

Kaizen Network

Are you an improvement leader or specialist interested in connecting with peers who are also supporting continuous improvement in Saskatchewan’s health care system? Become part of the Kaizen Network and stay connected with other members of this community through bi-weekly teleconferences/webinars and newsletters. This network is your platform for sharing successes, insights, challenges, and promising practices.

For more information about the Kaizen Network, please contact:

Measurement Network

Measurement is integral to quality improvement. As a learning organization, we regularly partner with people inside and outside of the health care system to exchange measurement techniques, methodologies, and learnings.

For more information about the Measurement Network, please contact:

Appropriateness of Care Network

Saskatchewan’s Appropriateness of Care Network integrates and coordinates appropriateness work around the province, facilitates sharing and learning, and serves as a platform for clinical quality improvement methodology. It includes representatives from the Saskatchewan Health Authority, Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, eHealth Saskatchewan, HQC, Ministry of Health, Saskatchewan Centre for Patient-Oriented Research (SCPOR), Saskatchewan Medical Association (SMA), and patient and family advisors.

For more information about the Appropriateness of Care Network, please contact: