A Quality Debate: Should Health Care Performance Data Be Public to Advance Better Care?
At Quips, Quandaries And Comebacks: A Quality Debate, four great speakers argued for and against this important – and divided – motion related to improving the quality of care in BC’s health system:
Be it resolved that… health care performance data should be public to advance better care.
Professor, Macquarie University, Australia
Board Member & President Elect, International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQUa)
Patient Partner, Patient Voices Network
Council Member, BC Patient Safety & Quality Council
Specialist, General & Colorectal Surgery, St. Paul’s Hospital
Co-Director, General Surgery Residency Program, University of British Columbia
Vice President, Programs
Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement
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.