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Government decisions to introduce health- and social-system reforms are the result of a complex process shaped by institutional constraints, interest group pressure, and the many ideas that exist in relation to high priority issues. Typically reforms are the result of there being: 1) agreement among key decision-makers that there is a compelling problem that needs to be addressed; 2) one or more viable solutions to address the problem; and 3) a determination that the 'politics' are conducive to taking action. Read our products below for evidence and insights about health- and social-system reform processes.

Creating Rapid-learning Health Systems in Canada

Rapid synthesis:
(Report, minus appendices)

Rapid synthesis (Appendix A: Research literature about rapid-learning health systems): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B1: National): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B2: British Columbia): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B3: Alberta): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B4: Saskatchewan): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B5: Manitoba): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B6: Ontario): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B7: Quebec): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B8: New Brunswick): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B9: Nova Scotia): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B10: Prince Edward Island): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B11: Newfoundland and Labrador): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B12: Yukon): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B13: Northwest Territories): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix B14: Nunavut): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix C1: Health system as a whole): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix C2: Primary-care sector): View PDF
Rapid synthesis (Appendix C3: Elderly population): View PDF

Developing a National Pain Strategy for Canada

Topic overview:
Evidence brief:
Stakeholder dialogue summary:
Video interviews:

Modernizing the Oversight of the Health Workforce in Ontario

Topic overview:
Citizen brief:
Citizen panel summary:
Evidence brief:
Stakeholder dialogue summary:
Video interviews:
Infographic(s) Categories of health workers in Ontario

Fostering Leadership for Health System Redesign in Canada

Evidence brief:
Stakeholder dialogue summary:
Video interviews:

Supporting Quality Improvement in Primary Healthcare in Ontario

Topic overview:
Evidence brief:
Stakeholder dialogue summary:
Video interviews:

Strengthening Primary Healthcare in Canada - 1

Stakeholder dialogue summary:
Video interviews: