A Quality Debate: Do We Need Discipline or Innovation to Achieve Improvement?
Date: December 31, 2018
Filed under: Quality Forum, QF Plenaries, QF17 Plenaries, Video
At Quips, Quandaries And Comebacks: A Quality Debate, four great speakers debated an important – and contentious – motion related to improving the quality of care in BC’s health system:
Be it resolved that… we need disciplined execution of existing improvements more than innovative approaches to delivering care to achieve the transformation of the health care system.
Critical Care Physician & Clinical Director, Ko Awatea (New Zealand)
Associate Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health
Corporate Director, Quality, Patient Safety, Risk Management, Patient Relations & Infection Prevention and Control, Providence Health Care
Critical Care Physician & Chair, Saskatchewan Health Quality Council
President, Access Consulting Ltd.
The Quality Forum’s annual debate is meant to incite discussion and challenge commonly-held beliefs about a timely health care topic. We have assigned the debate’s speakers to their teams; their positions do not necessarily reflect their personal views on the debate topic, nor those of their respective organizations.