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COMP 4014Healthcare SystemsWeek 7 – February 26, 2022Part 1 - Comparing health systems and outcomesPart 2 - Patient safetyProfessor: Thérèse Bernier, PMP, CPHIMS, MScHEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM (POSTGRADUATE) (T402)
Today’s agendaPart 1 – Comparing health systems and outcomesIndicatorsIn-class activityProvincial comparisonsOECD comparisonsPart 2 – Patient safetyEvidence-based medicinePatient safetyIHI Open School Basic Certificate in Quality and SafetyAssignmentDiscussion on Assignment #2
Week 7Part 1: Comparing health systems and outcomesPart 2: Patient safetyLearning outcomes5. Examine the basic principles, methods and tools required to provideconsistent quality for providers and consumers
Outcomes and IndicatorsGuiding principles:Measurement of health outcomesMeasured over a period of yearsResult of a health care interventionImproved eyesight after cataract surgeryControlled high blood pressure due to patient following the treatment planMeasurement of health status indicatorsMeasured at a point in timeLow birth weightPerceived mental healthMeasurement of health system performance indicatorsMeasures to improve the quality of healthcareSafetyEffectiveness
IndicatorsHealth status indicators are measured at a point in timeLow birth weightPerceived mental healthSelf-perceived healthLife expectancyMortality (average age a person lives to)Infant mortality ratesUntreated tooth decayHealth status indicators measure the health status of the populationHealth system performanceHow does Canada’s healthcare system compare to another country’s?How does Canada’s healthcare system compare globally?Where can improvements in Canada’s system be found?
In-class activityGroup 1 – Life expectancyGroup 2 – Perceived healthGroup 3 – Perceived mental healthGroup 4 – Perceived life stressGroup 5 – Premature mortality rateGroup 6 – Infant mortalityGroup 7 – All diseases of the circulatory system deathsGroup 8 – All diseases of respiratory system deathsGroup 9 – PYLL for all cancer deathsGroup 11 – AccessGroup 12 – Person-centrednessGroup 13 – Appropriateness and EffectivenessGroup 14 – SafetyGroup 15 – EfficiencyGroup 16 – Social determinantsYou are randomized into groups!“Indicators Group#nHealth statusHealth system performanceiFgafFOqJi1Lo91y.yhs?lang=en#/theme/C5001/2/-x/2017003/dd-tdd-eng.htm

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