Connecting with Canadians
Taming of the Queue VI – Improving Patient Flow
The annual Taming of the Queue conference brings together health care providers, system managers, policy-makers and researchers to examine the progress and exchange better practices that Canadian and international jurisdictions are making to reduce wait times for medically necessary services, a key goal of current health care reform activity in Canada.
Taming of the Queue VI – Improving Patient Flow, March 26-27, 2009, focused on the flow of patients through the health system. The conference began with a view on wait times from the patient's perspective, setting the scene for expert presentations by speakers from national, provincial and regional health related organizations, as well as individuals with unique perspectives on the health system.
Release Date: 30 Apr 2009
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