AFHTO’s Bright Lights program celebrates our members’ innovations — both large and small — which have a big impact on health outcomes, patient experiences, and health-system sustainability. Winners are chosen in categories that reflect our conference themes, for innovations that are scalable and sustainable, make a big impact, and can be shared with other teams across the province.
October 28, 2015
6:30 – 8:30 PM
HARBOUR BALLROOM & FOYER
Dr. Danielle Martin, founder of Canadian Doctors for Medicare, is a champion of health equity and sustainability. As a practicing primary-care physician and vice-president of medical affairs and health system solutions at Women’s College Hospital, she is passionate about finding innovative, scalable, evidence-based projects that benefit the health not only of individuals but of the healthcare system itself. On October 28, she joins us in recognizing the Bright Lights who are initiating these projects in primary care across Ontario.
Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care Robert S. Bell, MDCM, MSc, FRCSC, FACS
As the person charged to lead the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in implementing government’s direction, Dr Bell will speak to the Ministry’s vision for primary care in a sustainable health system, what he sees in the evolution process, and the role for the leaders and innovators in our primary care teams.
One or more awards will be presented in each of the following categories:
* Thank you to our generous sponsors for providing education grants to award winners in the categories marked above:
Please note: Sponsors have no role in establishing award criteria, call for nominations, judging or selecting the program winners.
To learn more about past “Bright Lights” Awards winners and their accomplishments, please visit the links below: