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Governments and healthcare organizations around the world are striving to provide high-quality care that improves the health of the population, at a cost that is affordable. The Triple Aim – the simultaneous pursuit of better care for individuals, better health for populations, and lower per capita costs – is a leading improvement approach. Developed by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), the Triple Aim has been piloted with over 100 organizations worldwide. A key feature of Triple Aim is to define the aims from the perspectives of those in the population you serve, taking a broader perspective on health than traditionally considered in healthcare. With that, Triple Aim is importantly grounded in a population health model to address underlying social determinants of health.
See also: Public Health and Population Health

In Canada, CFHI supports Triple Aim implementation through:

In addition, CFHI focuses on furthering Triple Aim in Canada through all of its programming, with many teams in EXTRA: Executive Training Program and improvement collaboratives demonstrating progress toward better health, care and cost.




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