New data is available on our FOCUS on Emergency Departments website. The update includes first quarter (April, May and June) data from 2018-19.
Can you help me understand how improvements can maintain, or better yet, lower the cost of healthcare delivery? Ben Higgins, Lead, Health System Analytics shares his response in our latest post.
HQCA is proud to partner with the 6th Annual National Forum on Patient Experience, taking place in Toronto on September 24th-25th, 2018.
When debating the size of healthcare administration, there are two important questions to answer first.
Civility describes an interaction that is respectful, transparent and inclusive. Andrew Neuner describes how it applies to conversations in healthcare.
FOCUS ON HEALTHCARE The FOCUS on Healthcare initiative is a new dynamic online reporting tool developed by the Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA). Displayed via a website, the tool will allow users to navigate data through user-friendly,
Before we forge ahead toward this common destination of quality in healthcare, what conditions create an ideal and trusted space to pursue these dimensions? Andrew Neuner, HQCA CEO weighs in.
Together with patients, families, citizens and healthcare providers, Alberta Health Services is launching the first in a series of topics for Albertans to understand the healthcare landscape. Healthcare 101 is an online information series
Registration is now open for the 2018-19 Certificate in Patient Safety & Quality Management Course. This is an accredited academic course recognized throughout Canada as a highly sought-after certification. Register now as enrollment is
We’ve updated all the charts on the HQCA’s FOCUS on Emergency Departments website with new data. The time period for the new data is the fourth quarter of the 2017-18 fiscal year (January, February, March). FOCUS on Emergency Departments