Recently the Alberta government announced its partnership with Telus to make the Babylon app available to Albertans. Babylon provides a means to connect virtually with contracted physicians in order to get medical advice. It comes at a time when the system
2020 brings with it the opportunity for substantial positive and needed change in Alberta’s health “system”. An opportunity if pursued properly, will show the rest of the country how it can be done well. Much has been said and indeed
Better Healthcare for Albertans is the name of the report that Merwin Sayer, Alberta’s Auditor General, and his very capable team produced and released in May of 2017. While this report was built on their investigation of the past and
We certainly appreciate very much the work that the team with the Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) did to investigate what has been accomplished since the recommendations made in the first report the Continuity of Patient Care Study.
4 years ago today, we lost Greg to a health system that failed him in many different ways. Since we have tried to honour who Greg was by attempting to match his positive outlook, his honesty and integrity, his sensitivity and
30 day countdown! Change Day Alberta is a grassroots initiative that provides Albertans with the opportunity to come together and harness collective energy, creativity and ideas to make a positive impact on our health care system. Our small actions can
Tuesday, May 5th is election day in Alberta. What will it mean for the health system? The journey to this election has been very different for Albertans and it is safe to say, no matter what actually happens at the