Chronic Disease Management – Clinical Integration – on behalf of Fraser Health (Canadian health region – population 1.5 million), acted a Project Director for the development and implementation of a clinical integration strategy for Chronic Disease Management at the new $240m Jim Pattison Outpatient Care & Surgery Centre.  Key clinical services integrated: Primary Care, Diabetes, Cardiac, Lung Health, HIV/AIDs, Older Adults, Pain, Mental Health and Addictions, Allied Health, Home Health
Project case studies Primary Care Chronic Disease Public Health Chronic Disease Management Clinical Integration Indigenous population health governance structuring  Community Health Planning  Health services integration & EMR adoption Integrated planning framework for clinical services redesign Chronic Disease Self- Management, Service Delivery Model Physician compensation Continuing care master plan Rural health, family planning &  reproductive health  Mental health & addictions care facility provision Case mix review Public Health Management Information System deployment Child development program delivery rationalisation  Institutional strengthening support - HIV/Aids national program  Managing the current chronic disease burden: integration of primary care with specialist clinical programs and case management. Prevention of new occurrences of chronic disease: development of  disease prevention policy and health promotion programs. Stakeholder engagement: creation of governance structures between healthcare and key non- healthcare stakeholders (industry, education, law enforcement etc). Community services integration: integration of health services and NGOs to actualize self-management of disease and promotion of healthy lifestyles.    Technology: developing IM/IT strategy to track/manage chronic disease and clinical interventions, and provide meaningful metrics.  Operational alignment: building  capacity in the right direction and managing change.    Public health transition & change management