Health Information Management

CHA Learning’s graduates among the country’s highest certified professionals
Our graduates, on average, are the most successful group of graduates in the country.

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Pre-Budget 2016 Speaking notes

Driving Innovation in Healthcare
HealthCareCAN’s Speaking notes from our Pre-Budget Meeting with the Minister of Finance

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HealthCareCAN’s Infrastructure Initiatives
Find out how we are addressing infrastructure issues faced in hospitals across Canada.

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FSNM Program

Call to Action: Levelling the Playing Field for Mental Health
Let’s talk? Better yet, Let’s act! Remarks by Dr. Catherine Zahn, President & CEO, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

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CCTCC Launches National Consultation
Final review of the mCTA language and CLEAR Clauses. Deadline for proving your feedback is February 28, 2016

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Syrian Refugees Health

PHAC Webinar: Caring for Syrian Refugees: Overview of the Canadian Context
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 1 p.m. EST

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The challenges faced by the Healthcare system
What are they and what is HealthCareCAN doing to alleviate the system of them?



Leading. Innovation. Together.

Advancing S&T in Service of Health

The increasing complexity of health and healthcare demands an ongoing focus on patients, a recommitment to research and the acceleration of the spread and uptake of research results.

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Supporting Service Excellence

The people of Canada expect and deserve service excellence across the continuum of healthcare.

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Developing People

CHA Learning has been developing the health leaders of tomorrow for almost 60 years by providing them with the knowledge and skills to be successful today.

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The Association of Canadian Academic Healthcare Organizations and the Canadian Healthcare Association merged on January 1, 2014, to form a dynamic new national health organization. Now known as HealthCareCAN, our mission and vision are aspirational and optimistic and embody what we can accomplish together to improve organizational and health system outcomes.

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