Future Health Care – How Might the System be Better for All Canadians?
Presented and hosted by: The Globe and Mail
Even before the pandemic, lengthy wait times, uneven access to care and mounting costs were common issues in Canadian health care. Those challenges have only sharpened and today, health care providers face a significant backlog in elective surgeries, treatments and tests.
How might Canada’s health care system recover from the current crisis and move toward a better model for the future?
This webcast presented by The Globe and Mail will discuss how health care in Canada should evolve to become more accessible, effective and resilient for all Canadians.
Please note that this event will take place in English only.
- Dr. Lysanne Lessard, Associate Professor & Co-Lead, Learning Health Systems Modeling Lab at the Telfer School of Management
- Cameron Love, President and CEO, The Ottawa Hospital
- Dr. Naheed Dosan, Palliative Care Physician, Department of Family & Community Medicine, St Michael's Hospital at Unity Health Toronto
- Sonia Kumar-Seguin, CEO, Body Brave
The Telfer School of Management is the proud presenting sponsor of a series of 4 webcast events - Road to Prosperity – Ideas for a Better Canada to bring top thinkers and experts from across Canada together to chart a new way forward.
Powered by The Globe and Mail Events, each event will highlight one of our vision pillars for a Better Canada : a Greener, Healthier, Happier & Wealthier, more prosperous Canada for all.