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Leadership Summit 2018


Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about the patient experience and how care is coordinated and delivered for those with complex conditions and needs, including those with mental health and addictions conditions.

  • Discuss how the model of coordinated care has matured over time to create new opportunities for improving experiences and outcomes for broader populations.

  • Discuss lessons learned from implementing coordinated care practices and apply these lessons to improving mental health and addictions care in Ontario.

  • Engage with thought leaders, patients, and like-minded clinicians to share, learn, and accelerate action on health system priorities.

To help ensure representation from all areas of the province, participants will be invited by their LHINs to attend.

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