Fred HorneFred Horne is a Canadian health policy consultant and served as Alberta’s Minister of Health from 2011-2014. A frequent speaker and panelist on health system issues, he is Principal of Horne and Associates and Adjunct Professor at the School of Public Health, University of Alberta. Horne is also Senior Advisor to Ottawa-based 3Sixty Public Affairs.

Horne’s career in health policy spans over thirty years and includes experience in policy development and coordination, health system design and transformation, and stakeholder engagement. Current areas of focus include value-based healthcare, health technology management, governance and pharmaceutical policy.

Horne holds an MBA from Royal Roads University and York University’s Certificate in Dispute Resolution. He currently serves as Chair of Mohawk Medbuy Corporation, a national healthcare procurement organization, and as Director of the Canadian Frailty Network and Providence Residential and Community Care Services (BC). Horne is an Honourary Member of the Canadian Alliance for Health Care Sustainability (Conference Board of Canada), and a member of the Health Policy Council of the C.D. Howe Institute.