By exploring and understanding integrated models of care from multiple perspectives, stakeholders become comfortable with complex situations that have multiple solutions. Attendees will gain new insights into a complex issue and employ new perspectives that stretch and challenge their fundamental assumptions. Our guest panelists will share three perspectives of integrated care:
Social Prescribing: Tim Anfilogoff will profile how social prescribing is used as a means of enabling GPs, nurses and other primary care professionals to focus on what matters to people, not just what is the matter with them, and improve clinical outcomes through a range of local, non clinical services.
Diverse Team-Based Care: Tom Carter explores how diversity and collaboration are two main elements of team-based care that provides care solutions to not only manage medical conditions but also help individuals remain healthy, active and social.
Patient’s Medical Home: Artem Safarov shares a vision where every family practice across Canada offers seamless care that is centred on individual patients’ needs, within their community, throughout every stage of life, and integrated with other health services.