Mark Fam, MHA, is the Vice President of Clinical Programs at Michael Garron Hospital, a part of the Toronto East Health Network. Mark is responsible for the majority of clinical services at the hospital, inter-professional care, academic partnerships and clinical learning. Mark also leads a number of efforts with the East Toronto Health Partners, the Ontario Health Team serving the many communities in East Toronto.
A Certified Health Executive, Mark has a broad base of industry knowledge based on his over 20 years working across the health care system. In support of his provincial agency, hospital and consulting work, Mark demonstrates an ongoing commitment to health care as a Certified Health Executive through his active participation in the Canadian College of Health Leaders. Mark also contributes to new learners in the health system through his work as an Adjunct Faculty in both the Rotman School of Management, and the Institute for Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, at the University of Toronto.
Day 1: Dec 2, 2020
Day 2: Dec 3, 2020
PANEL SESSION: PLANNING AND RESPONSE
Utilizing Population Health Data to Inform your Planning and Community Response
Integrating services through a population health approach requires a holistic understanding of the health and wellbeing of a local population. Better support your patients and communities by capturing, analyzing, and modelling data that will help local systems. Develop a strategy to:
- Utilize your data to identify what support is needed by which individuals and communities
- Shape and coordinate collective action to address key areas of priority while reducing inequalities and improving overall health outcomes
- Proactively assign resources to best meet the needs of your communities in a timely manner
Bolster your planning and response with population health insights.