CFHI, in collaboration with Health Quality Ontario, hosts the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Triple Aim Workshop: Strategies for Population Management

  • Dates: 12 – 13 Mar, 2015
  • Location: Toronto, Canada
  • Address: Toronto Hilton, 145 Richmond Street West, Toronto
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“Sending a team to the IHI Triple Aim seminar… allowed different stakeholders from our region to come together to understand how the Triple Aim framework might guide our work together in the community, explore a portfolio of projects and investments that we can integrate and execute on for Triple Aim results, and a measurement system to help guide our progress. With this common language and a practical plan, we were able to galvanize the work on the ground immediately upon the team returning home.”

— Kenneth S. Robinson, MD, Public Health Policy Advisor, Office of The Mayor, Shelby County, TN, and Chair, Healthy Shelby

What is the Triple Aim?

The Triple Aim framework, developed by IHI, refers to the simultaneous pursuit of better care for individuals, better health for populations, and lower per capita costs and has been piloted with over 100 organizations around the world. Population health management strategies will help you keep your patient population as healthy as possible, minimizing the need for expensive emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and other health services.

What will you learn?

  • How to apply effective strategies for integrating the Triple Aim in your organization.
  • How to draft a portfolio of projects tailored to the population you serve.
  • How to implement population-specific change ideas to improve all three Triple Aim dimensions: care, health, and cost.
  • How to engage and activate community partners as full participants and leaders.
  • Lessons and tips from senior leaders and improvement teams that have successfully applied Triple Aim in their organizations.

What can you do with the tools and skills acquired in the workshop?

  • Identify a Triple Aim population and strategic sub-populations.
  • Develop or identify a leadership or governance structure to champion the work.
  • Craft a compelling purpose statement.
  • Develop a portfolio of projects which, taken together, move the organization or community toward the Triple Aim.
  • Identify project- and system-level measures
  • Create a learning system

Who would benefit?

All those responsible for developing strategies, driving population management, delivering front-line care, or developing policies and support systems for specific populations, including:

  • Senior leaders
  • Quality improvement advisors and specialists
  • Clinicians
  • Policy-makers

What did participants in previous CFHI workshops think?

“Highly enjoyed it! Some great connections were made and it increased our confidence in our own initiative.”
“Well organized and very professionally run. Well worth the investment of time and money.”
“This workshop helped us transition from talking about some of the underlying principles supporting the project to concrete actions. Thanks!”

Meet the faculty