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President’s Speaker Series

On Oct. 27, join Dr. Tracy Gaudet in a discussion about the core drivers for healthcare transformation at the President’s Speaker Series.     

KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

The Radical Redesign of Healthcare: The Why, What and How

Dr. Tracy Gaudet, Executive Director of the Veterans Health Administration’s National Office of Patient Centered Care and Cultural Transformation, U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs  

It’s not difficult to reflect on a time when the typical medical model fell short—when a diagnostic or procedure failed to identify an issue, resolve the root of the problem, or move a patient closer to their own healthcare goals.

Healthcare professionals in the United States of America are examining a more comprehensive, holistic approach to healthcare would serve us—as both practitioners and patients—better. How, then, do we get from the current state to this patient-driven model?

DATE & TIME:

Friday, Oct. 27
9 a.m. – 10 a.m.

LOCATIONS:

  • University of Alberta Hospital – Walter Mackenzie Centre
    Bernard Snell Hall
    8440 112 st
    Edmonton, AB
  • Or you can join the conversation via Telehealth at select locations across Alberta

(To add additional AHS Telehealth locations: Participants with AHS email addresses can contact AHS Telehealth. External participants must contact pss@ahs.ca. Additional sites can be added until Oct. 25)

This activity can be utilized as a stimulus for claiming credits under Section 2 – Self Learning of the Royal College MOC program.

The Learning from the Best: President’s Speaker Series brings together leaders, physicians, clinicians, staff and partners from across the health system with international experts and innovators in the field of health care. Hosted by Alberta Health Services, the series engages AHS and its partners in rich dialogue on health innovations, advancements and strategies. It’s an opportunity to learn and discuss evocative ideas with leading thinkers in health.

Registration

Register by Oct. 25

Questions? Contact pss@ahs.ca