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ICES-Institute for clinical evaluative sciences

Health System Planning & Evaluation Research Program

Program Lead: Susan Bronskill
Program Coordinator: HSPEadmin@ices.on.ca

Clinically trained health services researchers join with experts in statistics, economics, finance and policy analysis to study a broad array of issues, including pay-for-performance and public reporting; end-of-life health care spending; the development of physician networks and integrated care initiatives and transitions in care. Program scientists examine service quality in emergency departments, long-term care, pediatric facilities and chronic care hospitals and for high needs populations across the age spectrum.


Announcements & Events

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Recent Publications


Recent ICES Grants


COLLABORATIONS AND PARTNERHIPS

Collaborations with the Provincial Council for Maternal and Child Health to support the development of quality based procedures for children, support policy development around transition to adult care for youth with chronic diseases and integrated health services.

The Health System Performance Network is led by HSPE Scientist Walter Wodchis and many other HSPE Scientists (S Bronskill, A Grunier, E Cohen, A Guttmann) are leading work in this network around health system performance for various populations with high healthcare needs.

Health System Performance Network

Provincial Council for Maternal and Child Health 

BORN 

CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research, McMaster University


Recent Awards & Recognition


Trainee Success

Sumit Gupta (supervisor Astrid Guttmann):

2013 Academy Health Child Health Student Scholarship

Tetyana Kenzerska (supervisor Andrea Gershon):

Best oral presentation. Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto, Research Day. Section: Management of Acute and Chronic Diseases, May 1, 2013

The 3rd Annual Canadian Thoracic Society (CTS) Poster Competition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 18, 2013. Obstructive sleep apnea and long-term adverse outcomes: which set of factors is better in prediction of a cardio-vascular events development?


ICES Scientists


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