Longwoods Healthcare Services Radio

Longwoods Healthcare Services Radio

Longwoods provides audio versions of our events, essays, and case studies, all related to best practices, policy, innovations and opinions in Healthcare Services.

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January 24, 2022 28 min

Featuring: Young Lee, Vice President Corporate Performance, Digital Health Innovation and Chief Financial Officer, North York General Hospital of Toronto, ON and Jim Avington, Assistance Vice President, Finance and Controller, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), Philadelphia, PA 

Moderated by: Lydia Lee, National Leader for Digital Health, KPMG Canada

Comments from: Deana Kraft, Global Lead, Healthcare Go To Market, W...

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January 11, 2022

Conversations with health leaders and researchers hosted by Lynn Nagle. Episode 6 featuring Kathleen MacMillan, Director and Professor at the Dalhousie University School of Nursing.

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Navigating the rapidly changing world of healthcare. Data Infrastructure and Supply Chain

Featuring: Dr. Anne Snowdon, Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Odette School of Business, University of Windsor and Scientific Director, CEO, Supply Chain Advancement in Health Network of Centre of Excellence  and Pete Schemm, Associate Vice President, Supply Chain Services and Logistics Operations, Children’s Hospital of Philadelph...

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Featuring: Joel Gontjes, Vice President of Total Rewards for Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids, MI and Mari Teitelbaum, Vice President, Strategy, Quality, Family Partnerships and Chief Innovation Officer, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario / CHEO, Ottawa, ON Moderated by: Lydia Lee, National Leader for Digital Health, KPMG Canada Comments from: Deana Kraft, Global Lead, Healthcare Go To Market, Workday and Dr. Bob Bell past Deputy ...

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Dr. Bob Bell, MDCM, MSc, FRCSC, FACS, FRCSE (hon) 

Key note presentation from Longwoods Healthcare Rounds September, 2021. 

Navigating the rapidly changing world of healthcare. 

With the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic every health system around the world has had to reexamine their clinical, operational, financial and workforce capacity and resilience. Those health systems that had prioritized some of their enterprise digital in...

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Longwoods Breakfast Series, October 14, 2021 with Geoff Martha, Chairman and CEO, Medtronic, Neil Fraser, President, Medtronic Canada & Regional Vice-President - Canada, Medtronic PLC and Moderated by Sarah Downey, President and CEO, Michael Garron Hospital.

The COVID-19 pandemic forced everyone – from governments, scientists, health systems, and the private sector – to work differently, almost overnight. The result was proces...

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Keeping It Personal: In-Person Connection for Effective Knowledge Sharing in a Virtual World

Giovanni Salas

Now that a great number of people in the US and Canada have been vaccinated against COVID-19, organizations find themselves at a defining moment. 

How Innovative Technology is Paving the Way for More Patient-Centric Care

Juggy Sihota

The demand for virtual care grew rapidly following the onset of the pandemic. 

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Conversations with health leaders and researchers hosted by Dr. Kathleen MacMillan. Episode 5 featuring Ru Taggar is the Executive Vice President, Chief Nursing and Health Professions Executive at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Irene Andress, Vice-President, Programs, Services and Chief Nursing Executive, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

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Sept 16, 2021 with Dr. Kwame McKenzie, CEO, the Wellesley Institute. 

There were huge inequities in rates of Covid-19 infection, hospitalization and deaths for low income and racialized groups. Data from the vaccination roll-out show similar disparities in immunization rates, but, these figures do not tell the full story. They do not tell the story of the many promising approaches developed at the community, primary care and hospi...

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Conversations with health leaders and researchers hosted by Dr. Kathleen MacMillan. Episode 4 featuring Mike Villeneuve, Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Nurses Association

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Conversations with health leaders and researchers hosted by Dr. Kathleen MacMillan. Episode 3 featuring Pat Armstrong, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, York University

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Conversations with health leaders and researchers hosted by Dr. Kathleen MacMillan. Episode 2 featuring Linda Silas, President, Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions

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Conversations with health leaders and researchers hosted by Dr. Kathleen MacMillan. Episode 1 featuring Dr. Anne Snowdon, professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Odette School of Business, University of Windsor and the Scientific Director and CEO of the Supply Chain Advancement in Health Network of Centres of Excellence (NCE). 

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Reflections in a Time of Crisis: What it Takes to Manage and Lead Integrated Systems of Care 

Viktoria Stein, Robin Miller, Jodeme Goldhar and Anne Wojtak

The leadership and management for integrated systems of care requires new capabilities, ones that challenge the status quo and overcome the institutionalized siloes within professions and within organizations. It requires shifting the way we design, lead and implement health and...

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June 8, 2021 with Jennifer Zelmer, President and CEO, Healthcare Excellence Canada. Everyone in Canada wants and deserves excellence in healthcare, but that is not the reality for all. Access to quality care is uneven; health outcomes vary even more widely. And great ideas for addressing these challenges often get stuck as pilot projects, benefiting only the lucky people in the organization or region served by the initial innovator...

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The Power of Collaboration

Jamie McIntosh

As the second wave of COVID-19 loomed in the fall of 2020, hospitals in Ottawa, ON, and the surrounding areas were all short-staffed. Where and how would they find the recruits they needed? Their innovative answer was to stop competing and start cooperating.

An interview with Greg Hedgecoe, vice president of People, Performance Improvement and Diagnostic Services at Queensway Carleton Hos...

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Timely Access to Child and Adolescent Mental Healthcare Matters Now More Than Ever

Rob Meeder and Nadiya Sunderji

 

COVID-19 has amplified what was already a growing problem – children struggling with their mental health and inadequate access to specialized mental healthcare, especially physician-delivered care.

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May 5, 2021 with Dr. Verna Yiu, President and CEO, Alberta Health Services. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated and expanded change within Alberta Health Services (AHS) and other healthcare systems across Canada. But what happens when the pandemic is over? In her 30-minute presentation, Dr. Yiu envisions a new healthcare system for the post-pandemic world. She will discuss how change can transform the delivery of continuing, acut...

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April 20, 2021. The pandemic has served as a catalyst for the rapid acceleration of innovative healthcare tools and solutions in Canada. TELUS Health’s Juggy Sihota, Vice-President of Consumer Health and Diane McIntosh, Chief Neuroscience Officer, share their perspectives on why sustaining this momentum will be critical to addressing both the immediate and long-term challenges facing Canada’s healthcare system. 

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March 4, 2021. Longwoods Breakfast with Catherine Gaulton, Chief Executive Officer & Attorney-in-Fact, Healthcare Insurance Reciprocal of Canada (HIROC)

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