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The Future of Healthcare

Friday, May 24 | 3:00pm - 4:00pm AT

Presented by
Dr. Zayna Khayat

Due to multiple parallel forces including technology and changing user expectations, health & care is transitioning from a 19th-century institution that treated illness in facilities and clinics, to a system that puts the power back into people’s hands. This has direct implications for all citizens, including the many million clinicians who work in the sector. The future of health will look nothing like its bricks-and-mortar past. Public institutions and the private sector are actively reimagining how healthcare will be organized, financed, and delivered in years to come. Join us to hear health futurist Dr. Zayna Khayat bring powerful perspective, and insights into what clinicians, citizens, employers, and policy-makers must do today to enable or even catalyze needed changes tomorrow.


Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to: ​​

  • Understand the forces, shifts, and trends that are propelling Canadian and global health systems to the future

  • Understand what the future of health(care) will look like and achieve, including the changing roles of patients, traditional incumbent actors (clinicians, governments, delivery orgs, etc), adjacent players, and new participants

  • Explore the implications of the future of health(care) on clinicians and Canadians, with a focus on physicians and female citizens, respectively.

  • Apply ideas, concepts, and inspirational case studies to your daily work – as a clinician, as a patient, as a family member/friend, and as a citizen of Canada who finances our public healthcare system.

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