I was approached back in 2014 about the CEO position at the HQCA. At the time, I was an executive at Interior Health in British Columbia. I didn’t see how I could possibly fit in. I’m an operations guy. To be perfectly honest, I didn’t think it was something that would be a good fit for me. I didn’t appreciate the place the HQCA held in the system.
The Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) has recognized four initiatives in the province that are making a positive impact on Albertans’ experiences accessing and receiving healthcare services.
COVID-19 has touched everyone in Alberta. The Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) wants to know how you’ve been affected.
HQCA CEO, Andrew Neuner, talks about the release of the 2020 Primary Healthcare Panel Reports.
The HQCA board of directors have announced that Andrew Neuner, chief executive officer, has given notice of his resignation, effective June 2020.
Significant cost savings identified in HQCA study of two Alberta primary care clinics
A new report on the experiences of unpaid informal caregivers is available.
New data is available on our FOCUS on Emergency Departments website. The update includes data from July, August, and September 2019.
The Health Quality Council of Alberta expands its Focus on Healthcare website to include the three areas of continuing care in Alberta: long term care, designated supportive living, and home care.
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