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Inaugural Research Day Focuses on Smart Health in Northern Ontario

Thunder Bay Regional Health Research Institute is exploring how technology can bring smart health solutions to northern Ontario to improve care and treat patients closer to home.... Read more >

New tool tackles major barrier to health innovation adoption in Ontario

Procurement myths are well-known barriers to innovation adoption in Ontario. A new tool is available to help hospitals pull innovation into Ontario’s health care system faster, improving patient care and health system efficiency. The Art of the Possible: A Quick Reference Guide to Ontario Broader Public Sector Procurement Myths, created by the Council of Academic […]... Read more >

CAHO hospitals eager to partner with new government towards a healthier, wealthier, smarter Ontario

Toronto, June 12, 2018 – The Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO) congratulates Premier-designate Doug Ford and is eager to support the new government in reducing hospital wait times, ending hallway medicine and creating good jobs for Ontarians. “CAHO members, Ontario’s 23 academic research hospitals, provide care to Ontarians across the province and serve […]... Read more >

Patients + Research: Andra Fawcett

After surviving a major stroke in her early 50s, Andra began participating in research at Kingston Health Sciences Centre. She shares her experience and thoughts on why health research matters for Ontarians.... Read more >

Budget recognizes critical need of Ontario hospitals

Toronto, March 29, 2018 – The Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO) applauds the Government of Ontario for its commitment to health care in the 2018 Budget and for recognizing the critical need of hospitals with an investment of $822M, the largest in nearly a decade. The funding is a foundational step in relieving […]... Read more >

ARTIC is seeking proposals for spread project funding

Are you ready to share your proven health care intervention with other providers across Ontario? The Adopting Research to Improve Care (ARTIC) Program announces its 2018 Call for Proposals. This year, ARTIC’s annual call focuses on interventions that align with Health Quality Ontario quality standards.  ... Read more >

CAHO Applauds Historic Research Investment in Federal Budget 2018 

Toronto, March 2, 2018 – The Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO) applauds the Government of Canada for its historic investment of nearly $4 billion in science and research, announced in the 2018 Federal Budget. Over the past year, CAHO hospitals were part of a strong chorus calling for the implementation of the recommendations […]... Read more >

CAHO Recommendations for 2018 Ontario Budget

Toronto, February 9, 2018 – The Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario (CAHO) recommends the Province invest in hospitals in its 2018 Ontario Budget. Hospitals are under intense pressure and investment is needed to maintain care for patients across Ontario. In its 2018 pre-budget submission to the Minister of Finance, Hon. Charles Sousa, CAHO recommended […]... Read more >

Ontario Research Fund (ORF)

As Ontario’s largest independent science fund, the Ontario Research Fund (ORF) is a primary driver of discovery and innovation, and is a bright light for researchers in this province. The ORF is well-structured, untargeted, and investigator-led. It is one of the only funds that supports the indirect costs of research, including scientists’ salaries and the […]... Read more >

New tool that helps patients manage better after leaving hospital spreads across province

Toronto, November 27, 2017 – An innovative and proven tool that helps patients manage their care after leaving hospital is being adopted by 27 hospitals across Ontario. The latest initiative under a provincial program that puts evidence-based care into practice faster, the adoption of this tool has the potential to benefit approximately 50,000 patients in […]... Read more >
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