Leading the Way to Healthcare Improvement in Quebec: Three CFHI-Funded Healthcare Transformation and Coordination Approaches Realize Results – Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement – 14 March 2013

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Leading the Way to Healthcare Improvement in Quebec: Three CFHI-Funded Healthcare Transformation and Coordination Approaches Realize Results – Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement – 14 March 2013

“Three Quebec-led teams are accelerating the transformation of healthcare and seeing positive change, as a result of having applied innovative project and change-management processes to the healthcare challenges in their regions.

The findings are revealed in three reports funded by the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement (CFHI) released today. They include:

Strategic Community (SC): An Approach for Developing Interorganizational Collaboration by the members of the Work Organization Studies Chair, Université de Sherbrooke, led by Dr. Mario Roy and Madeleine Audet

Innovative Strategy in Organizational Transformation: Creating and Implementing a Transition Support Office within a University Health Centre led by Mélanie Lavoie-Tremblay, Associate Professor, Ingram School of Nursing, McGill University and Marie Claire Richer, Director Transition Support Office (TSO)
In 2008, the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) set up the Transition Support Office (TSO) to guide the implementation of its large scale redevelopment project which is still underway. Once complete in 2015, the care and services now provided at six hospital sites will be absorbed into three. More than 10,000 staff and thousands of clients will be impacted by the redevelopment. The TSO’s goal is to ensure consistency around the harmonization of clinical practices, team consolidation and process optimization.

Knowledge in Action: Healthcare Management and Governance Innovation Lab, led by Dr. Denis A. Roy, Vice-president of Scientific Affairs, National Institute of Public Health, Quebec”

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