19 November 2015 Edmonton, Alberta Strengthening Mental Health Services for Children and Families is the 14th IHE Innovation Forum, a semi-annual event bringing together senior public- and private-sector experts and decision-makers to address health care policy issues. Key Forum Documents Innovation Forum XIV – Strengthening Mental Health Services for Children and Families…
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5 November 2015 Niagara Falls, Ontario Clinicians and policy makers from across Canada gathered at this workshop to present the latest evidence and best practices of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) care in Canada, as part of the broader effort to develop policy recommendations, applicable to jurisdictions across Canada, that will lead to a better coordinated, more…
3 October 2015 Edmonton, Alberta The purpose of this discussion was to bring together multiple stakeholders from across Canada to investigate the current state of evidence and information regarding idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and provide recommendations regarding special considerations for policy making and healthcare decision-making. The draft recommendations will be used…
24 June 2015 Edmonton, Alberta This SCN/Industry Introduction Day was the first to bring together the SCNs and MEDEC and several of its member companies in the spirit of collaboration and cooperation in order to jointly identify key opportunities to create a mutually productive relationship in support of the work of the SCNs, as well as identify key barriers, issues, and challenges…
4 June 2015 Edmonton, Alberta The Institute of Health Economics held a roundtable on June 4, 2015, entitled Innovative Funding Models: Kidney Care Policy Options for the Future, to identify and discuss key issues in kidney care policy options. Prior to the roundtable, an Innovative Funding Models: Kidney Care Policy Options for the Future Steering Committee teleconference refined…
26 May 2015 Edmonton, Alberta Better Information - Better Health: Accessing Health and Health-Related Data in Alberta is the 13th IHE Innovation Forum, a semi-annual event bringing together senior public- and private-sector experts and decision-makers to address health care policy issues. Key Forum Documents Innovation Forum XIII – Better Information - Better Health: Accessing…
17 February 2015 Toronto, Ontario The Federal Minister of Health, the Honourable Rona Ambrose, announced the creation of the Advisory Panel on Healthcare Innovation (Panel) on June 24, 2014, to examine innovative health care ideas and approaches that exist in Canada and internationally. The Panel’s mandate is to identify promising innovations, here and internationally, which…
21 – 22 January 2015 Edmonton, Alberta Economic surveillance and economic assessments are important sources of information to help administrators and policy makers to track current trends and evaluate policies and care patterns. The Institute of Health Economics, in partnership with Alberta Health, held a two-day Costing Methods Workshop which helped to review costing practices…
14 – 16 November 2006 Edmonton, Alberta In November 2006 the Institute of Health Economics (IHE) hosted the Consensus Development Conference on Self-Monitoring in Diabetes, looking specifically at the cost of testing, whether people with diabetes use test strips to monitor their blood sugar levels and, if so, whether they act on the information generated from these tests. The Consensus…