On November 13, join a discussion about building a new healthcare service model for the 21st century at the President’s Speaker Series.
Topic: A new service model for the 21st century
As it stands, the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS) has high levels of patient satisfaction, is improving health outcomes, and is very efficient overall. But, like Alberta Health Services, the NHS still faces challenges and looks for new and better ways to meet the needs of patients.
Earlier this year, the NHS in England published a new Long Term Plan for redesigning their health system to make sure it works in the best way possible, so people can get help more easily when they need it, and close to where they live.
In his presentation, Senior Policy Fellow Tim Gardner will discuss the NHS Long Term Plan, how the NHS will implement it, and what they need to do to support their staff while putting changes into practice.
Wednesday, November 13
9 a.m. – 10 a.m.
This activity can be utilized as a stimulus for claiming credits under Section 2 – Self Learning of the Royal College MOC program.
The Learning from the Best: President’s Speaker Series brings together leaders, physicians, clinicians, staff and partners from across the health system with international experts and innovators in the field of healthcare. Hosted by Alberta Health Services (AHS), the series engages AHS and its partners in rich dialogue on health innovations, advancements and strategies. It’s an opportunity to learn and discuss evocative ideas with leading thinkers in health.