CALGARY, ALBERTA: Strata Health, the Alberta-based global leader in intelligent patient eReferral is pleased to announce its sponsorship of Longwoods.com event Breakfast with the Chiefs. This sessions topic is Ontario’s Transformation Agenda presented from speakers Matthew Anderson, President & CEO of William Osler Health System and Dr. Danielle Martin, Clinical Staff at Women’s College Hospital and Lecturer at the University of Toronto.
“Strata Health is pleased to be able to facilitate Longwoods Breakfast with the Chiefs series”, says Darren Jones, EVP – COO. “We know the value of open dialogue and idea sharing within the Ontario health care leaders and are pleased that we can assist in providing a forum to do so.”
Breakfast with the Chiefs is an educational session that provides invited Chief Executives the opportunity to share new ideas, policies and/or best practices with colleagues. Its speakers are CEOs, notable researchers, cabinet ministers, deputies, or leaders from the academic community. The briefings are 60 minutes long, concise and to the point. A full web version is made available on Longwoods.com one week after the live presentation. To view past presentations, click here -> http://www.longwoods.com/events/breakfast-with-the-chiefs/past-presentations
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About Strata Health:
Based in Calgary Alberta, Strata Health and its award-winning solutions are deployed across health systems in B.C., Alberta, Ontario and the United Kingdom. Strata PathWays™ utilizes proprietary resource matching and eReferral (RM&R) technology which intelligently matches patient need and choice with the appropriate care option, triggers the eReferral, and then tracks referral progress. Strata PathWays™ is utilized by primary care and specialist physicians, acute hospitals and community care streams including mental Health & addictions, residential care, home care, palliative, rehabilitation and an array of allied community services.