Drive continuous improvements in care delivery, patient outcomes, and healthcare engagement

Canadian healthcare is entering a critical period of change: new government, funding caps, and physician-assisted dying (PAD) legislation are putting providers under more pressure than ever before. Don’t let your patients pay the price.

Source concrete solutions from top leaders across acute, primary, long-term, community, and home care. Grow and sustain your patient experience strategy.

Join the drivers and innovators in patient-centered care for two days of visionary thinking:

  • Get to grips with new legislation on Physician-assisted Dying, and standards from Accreditation Canada
  • Turn your patient feedback into improvement using patient experience measurement tools
  • Promote meaningful engagement with patients through effective PFACs and co-design projects
  • Ensure continuity of care between providers through inter-professional collaboration
  • Sustain and embed patient-centred philosophy in your organization through staff engagement

Do more with less, face change with confidence, and continue to be a champion of the patient voice.

This is the only event of its kind in Canada – don’t miss out!

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Holiday Inn Toronto Internaltional Airport,
Toronto, ON

logo-eaton-chelseaHoliday Inn Toronto International Airport
970 Dixon Road • Toronto, ON M9W 1J9
Phone Number: 416-675-7611
Reservations: 416-674-4343

The Holiday Inn® Toronto International Airport (YYZ) welcomes you to our airport hotel conveniently located minutes from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport.

Nearby attractions like the Woodbine Entertainment Centre and shopping at Sherway Gardens offer family fun

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