Better health, better care, better value: achieving the Triple Aim has become a defining focus for leading health systems around the world. From influencing social determinants of health to partnering with individuals and communities to improve the patient experience - or from reforming health policy to affecting changes in practice at the point of care - there are many opportunities for progress. But outcomes are not guaranteed. Achieving transformation goals depends on thoughtful, integrated, and committed approaches to change.
DIGITAL HEALTH IN CANADA BY THE NUMBERS
Updated statistics on desire for, use of, and impact of digital health in Canada as of December 2017
CLEARING THE PATH TO MARKET
Overview of the work of Ontario's Health Innovation Brokers
CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE & CYBERSECURITY
HOW WE WILL, NOT WHETHER WE CAN
Opportunities to learn from areas where there have been substantial changes in health and healthcare in recent years
DIGITAL DRIVERS IN A LEARNING HEALTH SYSTEM
This commentary discusses the relationship between research innovation, digital health, and health system transformation.
ENGAGING CITIZENS AND PATIENTS IN HEALTH RESEARCH
This editorial focuses on the movement towards increased engagement of citizens and patients in health research, including how we can learn from the experiences of those who have embarked on this journey.
NOTHING ABOUT ME WITHOUT ME: CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT IN HEALTH RESEARCH
Around the world, there is increasing focus on embedding the rich perspective of citizens, patients, and carers throughout the research process. This #ISQuaEd webinar provides an overview and resources for those who wish to strengthen engagement in research.
How best to scale, spread, and sustain innovations that deliver value is a defining challenge and opportunity for modern health systems. This editorial discusses learning from those that have been successful - and those that have not.
UNLOCKING HEALTH DATA
How to access health and health-related data while protecting privacy and maintaining public trust is the focus of this 2015 report from the Council of Canadian Academies.