1 edition of Summary of Alberta roundtables on health. found in the catalog.
Summary of Alberta roundtables on health.
|Contributions||Alberta. Alberta Health.|
|LC Classifications||RA412.5.C3 S85 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||94228941|
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Author(s): Alberta. Alberta Health. Title(s): Summary of Alberta roundtables on health. Country of Publication: Canada Publisher: [Edmonton: Alberta Health, Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) hosted a roundtable meeting in Ottawa on December 1, Seeing e-Mental health as a catalyst for positive system change, the MHCC included it in two strategic directions of the Mental Health Strategy for Canada aimed at improving access to services and quality of care.
to advance the future of health care in Alberta and beyond?” The Report provides some comments on how to ensure there is effective and enhanced collaboration between AHS and the Ministry of Health1, and alignment of the two with the Government of Alberta’s health care agenda.
Progress has been made since the creation of AHS in File Size: KB. Executive Summary 5 I. Introduction and Background 10 II.
The Canada Health Act Strengths and Weaknesses 12 III. What We Heard in our Public Forums 18 IV. Key Challenges Facing Alberta’s Health Care System 21 V.
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Accreditation Canada commends Alberta Health Services for its ongoing work to integrate accreditation into its operations to improve the quality and safety of its programs and services.
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