Related Research

(Displaying 1 - 20 / 298) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 »

A Blueprint for Optimizing Lung Cancer Care for Better Patient Outcomes

This impact paper examines the optimized approach for the diagnosis and molecular testing of lung cancer developed by the Quebec Heart and Lung Institute—the Institut universitaire de cardiologie et de pneumologie de Québec–Université Laval (IUCPQ-UL).

Impact paper | 25 pages | January 2021 | Isabella Moroz, Monika Slovinec D’Angelo | The Conference Board of Canada

Modelling the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in Colombia

In this issue briefing, the authors model the economic burden of cardiovascular disease in Colombia—the direct costs of delivering health care services and the indirect costs from productivity losses.

Issue Briefing | 20 pages | January 2021 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

Modelling the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in the United Arab Emirates

In this issue briefing, the authors model the economic burden of cardiovascular disease in the United Arab Emirates—the direct costs of delivering health care services and the indirect costs from productivity losses.

Issue Briefing | 18 pages | January 2021 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

Reducing the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in Saudi Arabia

In this issue briefing, the authors discuss how different strategies are needed to counter the burden of cardiovascular disease in Saudi Arabia. Large-scale public health interventions are at the cornerstone of this effort.

Issue Briefing | 19 pages | January 2021 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

Reducing the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in Mexico

In this issue briefing, the authors discuss how different strategies are needed to counter the burden of cardiovascular disease in Mexico. Large-scale public health interventions are at the cornerstone of this effort.

Issue Briefing | 19 pages | January 2021 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

Reducing the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in Colombia

In this issue briefing, the authors discuss how different strategies are needed to counter the burden of cardiovascular disease in Colombia. Large-scale public health interventions underscore this effort.

Issue Briefing | 19 pages | January 2021 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

Reducing the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in United Arab Emirates

In this issue briefing, the authors discuss how different strategies are needed to counter the burden of cardiovascular disease in the United Arab Emirates. Large-scale public health interventions underscore this effort.

Issue Briefing | 18 pages | January 2021 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

Modelling the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in Saudi Arabia

In this issue briefing, the authors discuss how different strategies are needed to counter the burden of cardiovascular disease in Saudi Arabia. Large-scale public health interventions are at the cornerstone of this effort.

Issue Briefing | 20 pages | January 2021 | Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin, Junyi Feng | The Conference Board of Canada

Modelling the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in Mexico

In this issue briefing, the authors model the economic burden of cardiovascular disease in Mexico—the direct costs of delivering health care services and the indirect costs from productivity losses.

Issue Briefing | 19 pages | January 2021 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

Mortality Due to Cancer 2020: Benchmarking Cancer Mortality in Canada

This report examines cancer mortality rates in Canada, with a focus on lung, colorectal, and prostate cancers, and compares our national and provincial rates against those of 16 peer countries.

Primer | 30 pages | December 2020 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin, Monika Slovinec D’Angelo | The Conference Board of Canada

Finding Balance: Canadian Beverage Association’s Balance Calories Initiative

In 2014, the Canadian Beverages Association launched the Balance Calories Initiative. The Initiative’s goal is to reduce (by 20 per cent) non-alcoholic beverage calories consumed per person in Canada by 2025. This briefing follows the progress over the reported period 2014 to 2019 to determine if the Initiative is on track.

Issue Briefing | 21 pages | December 2020 | The Conference Board of Canada

Value-Based Healthcare in Canada: Opportunities for Advancement

Value-based approaches to health system management and healthcare delivery are being explored in Canada. To be reflected in improved health outcomes and system efficiencies, strategic efforts to drive value need to be patient-centric, coordinated across stakeholder groups, grounded in standardized systematic measurement, and enabled by a robust data infrastructure.

Primer | 36 pages | December 2020 | Monika Slovinec D’Angelo, Isabella Moroz, Alexander Smith, David Barrett | The Conference Board of Canada

Moving to Action: Implementing the Workplace Safety & Prevention Services’ Mental Harm Prevention Roadmap

Workplace Safety & Prevention Services and The Conference Board of Canada developed a Mental Harm Prevention Roadmap. The Roadmap facilitates the creation of mental health strategies appropriate for the needs of Canadian organizations.

Primer | 32 pages | December 2020 | Bill Howatt, Andrew Harkness, Andrew Tomayer, Nicholas Moroz, Charles Boyer | The Conference Board of Canada

Accessing Disease-Modifying Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis: A Pan-Canadian Analysis

Disease-modifying therapies (DMTs) slow down brain lesions and ease relapses in multiple sclerosis patients—but why can’t Canadians easily access them? This primer examines DMTs’ costs, barriers, policies, and opportunities.

Primer | 48 pages | December 2020 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin, Nicholas Moroz, Monika Slovinec D’Angelo | The Conference Board of Canada

L’accès aux immunomodulateurs pour le traitement de la sclérose en plaques : Une analyse pancanadienne

Les immunomodulateurs ralentissent les lésions au cerveau et diminuent la fréquence des poussées chez les patients atteints de la sclérose en plaques. Alors, pourquoi les Canadiens n’y ont pas accès facilement? Ce rapport examine les coûts, obstacles, politiques et possibilités associés aux immunomodulateurs.

Condensé | 53 pages | December 2020 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin, Nicholas Moroz, Monika Slovinec D’Angelo | Le Conference Board du Canada

Reducing the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in Brazil

Which interventions may yield the biggest health and economic impacts on cardiovascular disease (CVD) in Brazil? This issue briefing assesses the impact of two different, yet complementary, CVD reduction strategies.

Issue Briefing | 20 pages | December 2020 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

Modelling the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease in Brazil

In this issue briefing, the authors examine the direct and indirect costs of cardiovascular disease and their impact on the public health care system and economy of Brazil, from 2016 to 2035.

Issue Briefing | 22 pages | December 2020 | Junyi Feng, Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin | The Conference Board of Canada

The Economic Influence of Physicians’ Offices

As major providers of front-line health care, physicians’ offices contribute many economic benefits to the communities in which they practise. This report provides an assessment of the economic footprint of physicians’ offices in Canada.

Issue briefing | 20 pages | November 2020 | Thomas Clarke, Greg Hermus | The Conference Board of Canada

L’incidence économique des cabinets de médecins

Les cabinets de médecins sont à l’origine de bien des retombées économiques dans les collectivités dans lesquelles ils exercent. Ce rapport présente une évaluation de leur incidence économique au Canada.

Exposé des enjeux | 20 pages | November 2020 | Thomas Clarke, Greg Hermus | Le Conference Board du Canada

Ophthalmology in Canada: Why Vision Loss Should Not Be Overlooked

Will Canada be able to keep up with Canada’s growing eye needs? This impact paper quantifies the value of ophthalmology from a population health, health care system, and broader societal perspective.

Impact paper | 37 pages | November 2020 | Isabelle Gagnon-Arpin, Nicholas Moroz, Monika Slovinec D’Angelo, Zhenzhen Ye | The Conference Board of Canada

(Displaying 1 - 20 / 298) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 »



Research and Reports

CASHC Brochure

CASHC Brochure Download the CASHC brochure (PDF)

Recent Events and Meetings

November 21, 2018
Sheraton Toronto Centre Hotel, 123 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario

National Pharmacare Initiative Summit

November 22, 2018
Sheraton Toronto Centre Hotel, 123 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario

Integrating for Outcomes: Scaling Digital Solutions Across the Health and Health Care System

March 26, 2018
MaRS Discovery District, CR3 Room, 101 College Street, Toronto, Ontario

Spring 2018 Conference

Healthy Canada Conference 2018: Personalized Health and Wellness
March 27 and 28, 2018 | Toronto, Ontario

Previous Healthy Canada conferences:

Infographic

Canada’s Seniors Population Projection Data Visualization