Saskatchewan has always been seen as a leader in health care. From universal health care to primary care to being the first in Canada to establish a Quality Council. We pride ourselves on being innovative. We are now moving into another era of innovation with the introduction of the lean management system and hoshin kanari strategic deployment to support our shared goals around the “betters” – better care, better value, better teams, and better health.
We have a lot of innovation happening in the province that’s focused on better care, better value and better teams. But are we being innovative enough in the area of “better health”? This 16-minute video provides an example of true health care innovation in this key area. Rebecca Onie’s story about her Health Leads project is both fascinating and inspiring.
I know life is busy and 16 minutes can feel like an eternity. But I promise this video will make you stop and think: are we maintaining an adequate balance of focus across all of the “bettters”?
Thanks to my colleague Cathy Cole for sharing this with me.
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