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Quality Matters: A Plan for Health Care Quality

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Every provider, patient and policy maker wants to ensure excellent care for all – but how exactly do we put quality into action?

To help turn good intentions into reality, Health Quality Ontario welcomes a call to action detailed in a report by its System Quality Advisory Committee, called Quality Matters: Realizing Excellent Care for All.

It builds on their initial vision for health quality in Ontario by focusing on the how.

How can Ontario improve experiences for both patients and providers? While delivering high-value health care? And improving population health?

Their report offers the practical, mindful and feasible steps to getting there through an inspiring message for improvement.

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Quality Matters: Realizing Excellent Care for All

How can we move toward quality, systematically and meaningfully? Our committee offers insights, goals and recommendations

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