The paper asserts that to support performance improvement efforts across our health system in Canada, there must be alignment of provincial and territorial reporting on health system performance within a national framework. The paper provides recommendations to governments, at the same time highlighting innovative practices across Canada and in the United Kingdom and Australia that can provide a way forward.
Download the paper to learn about the many complexities of performance reporting in each of Canada’s provinces and territories.
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