Collaboration is how we started, how we became CFHI and is how we will continue to evolve to meet the most pressing needs of the healthcare system in Canada.

Three CFHI staff members

We are a core group of dedicated staff, coaches, faculty and partners spread across the country, on a mission to collaborate with you to improve healthcare.
We believe in our collective power for change.

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COVID-19
Response

Response

During the COVID-19 outbreak, innovation and improvement are more important than ever, and CFHI is adapting to continue to deliver value in this changing environment.

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LTC+: Acting on Pandemic Learning Together

Program

Teams delivering healthcare for older adults in congregate settings can now register and join LTC+

Healthcare Innovation: Improving Access to Care, One Innovation at a Time

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Priority Health Innovation Challenge

Webinar

Member votes bring CPSI and CFHI closer to amalgamation

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CFHI and CPSI
Pursue Amalgamation

News

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Family Presence Policies

New Report

Re-Integration of Family Caregivers as Essential Partners in Care in a Time of COVID-19

This Framework is presented as a tool that can be completed together with staff, patients, family and caregivers to help guide and support diverse and inclusive engagement initiatives.

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Diversity in Patient Engagement

Framework

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Blog

Kelly Brownbill: The New Reality of Culturally Safe Practices in Healthcare During COVID-19

Welcome EXTRA Cohort 16 Teams

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EXTRA:
Executive Training
Program

Program

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Reimagining Care for Older Adults

Report

Next Steps in COVID-19 Response in Long-Term Care and Retirement Homes

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Restoring Trust

Blog

Heather Thiessen and Trudo Lemmens: Restoring Trust – key steps to building stronger partnerships in times of pandemic uncertainty

CFHI, Thunderbird Partnership Foundation and First Peoples Wellness Circle partner to advance First Nations mental health and wellness

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Partnership Agreement

News

Family caregivers are essential partners in care – they are key allies for improving quality and safety.

-Maggie Keresteci,
Caregiver with lived experience and Executive Director at Canadian Association for Health Services & Policy Research
Thank you from the extended CFHI team

To those who are focused on ensuring everyone’s health and well-being during the COVID-19 outbreak, from all of us at CFHI, we want to say thank you.

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