Research by Gabriela Prada

Gabriela Prada

Gabriela Prada, Government Affairs Program Director
Dr. Gabriela Prada brings more than 17 years of experience as a physician, management consultant, and policy researcher to the HIPE team. She provides leadership and oversight to all contract research and executive network activities and often speaks on behalf of the Conference Board on

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With sustainable funding models, Canada could better leverage PAs to help address many of its health system goals, such as improved continuity of care, access, equity, and sustainability.
The Conference Board of Canada | 95 pages | September 2017 | by Gabriela Prada, Thy Dinh, Jessica Brichta, Kelly Grimes, Yvonne James
En recourant davantage aux adjoints au médecin, le Canada pourrait améliorer la continuité des soins, l’accès à ceux-ci, leur équité et leur durabilité. Cette publication comprend...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 105 pages | September 2017 | by Gabriela Prada, Jessica Brichta, Kelly Grimes, Thy Dinh, Yvonne James
Le présent rapport met en lumière le paysage actuel de l’évaluation des technologies de la santé (ETS) au Canada et explore les défis et les possibilités qu’elle présente. Une...
The Conference Board of Canada | 87 pages | July 2017 | by Kelly Grimes, Gabriela Prada, Philip Astles
This report shines light on the contemporary health technology assessment (HTA) landscape in Canada and documents the challenge of HTA functions. Comparison with the U.K. and Germany...
The Conference Board of Canada | 84 pages | July 2017 | by Kelly Grimes, Gabriela Prada, Philip Astles, Vicki Foerster, Jessica Brichta
Le rapport dresse un portrait du système actuel d’approvisionnement du système de santé au Québec et recommande de transformer le système d’approvisionnement actuel fondé sur les...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 35 pages | March 2017 | by Jean-Guy Côté, Gabriela Prada, Tieja Thomas
This report surveys the existing supply arrangements for Quebec’s health care delivery system, and recommends a shift from the current cost-based system to one that is value-based.
The Conference Board of Canada | 33 pages | March 2017 | by Jean-Guy Côté, Tieja Thomas, Gabriela Prada
This second report of the series on the value of physician assistants (PAs) calculates the cost savings that could be generated for the health system by hiring more PAs.
The Conference Board of Canada | 47 pages | October 2016 | by Marc Desormeaux, Matthew Stewart, Kelly Grimes, Gabriela Prada
Ce rapport, le second d’une série sur la valeur des adjoints au médecin (AM), évalue les économies potentielles qui peuvent être générées dans le réseau de la santé par l’embauche...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 52 pages | October 2016 | by Marc Desormeaux, Matthew Stewart, Kelly Grimes, Gabriela Prada
The first in a series, this report aims to set the stage and act as a backgrounder to better understand the role of physician assistants within health care systems.
The Conference Board of Canada | 62 pages | June 2016 | by Kelly Grimes, Gabriela Prada
Healthcare reform is trending across the globe. Many countries and jurisdictions are moving to a value-based health care system, one where generating increased value for patients...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | February 2016 | by Gabriela Prada
Based on the Conference Board’s Strategic Procurement and Innovation conference, this briefing identifies the benefits of innovative, collaborative, value-based procurement and...
The Conference Board of Canada | 28 pages | November 2015 | by Gabriela Prada
This report establishes a clear snapshot of current seniors health care programs and services that can inform the design of future programs, plans, and strategies to better address...
The Conference Board of Canada | 108 pages | April 2015 | by Philip Astles, Gabriela Prada, David Verbeeten
Ce rapport donne un aperçu clair des programmes et des services de soins de santé actuellement offerts aux aînés. Il vise à éclairer la conception de programmes, de plans et de...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 120 pages | April 2015 | by Philip Astles, Gabriela Prada, David Verbeeten
Canadian health care costs are soaring and major reforms are needed to preserve and improve the quality of health care. This report develops a sustainability framework with guiding...
The Conference Board of Canada | 57 pages | July 2014 | by Gabriela Prada, Kelly Grimes, Ioulia Sklokin
This report captures the essential conversation of the International Roundtable on Innovation Procurement, hosted in Toronto by The Conference Board of Canada in December 2013...
The Conference Board of Canada | 67 pages | April 2014 | by Gabriela Prada, David Verbeeten
The results are in. See what the Conference Board’s benchmarking report reveals about the overall health of Canadians and the state of provincial health systems. Résumé
The Conference Board of Canada | 112 pages | May 2013 | by Gabriela Prada, Jeannette Lye, Philip Astles, Trevor Foster
This report examines the strategic use of procurement to drive innovation within the U.K.’s public health-care system, compares the U.K. experience with Canadian practices and...
The Conference Board of Canada | 54 pages | July 2011 | by Gabriela Prada
In Exploring Technological Innovation in Health Systems, The Conference Board of Canada uses its Innovation Framework to analyze our innovation environment, providing a snapshot...
The Conference Board of Canada | 68 pages | August 2007 | by Gabriela Prada, Paul Santaguida
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