Summary

This project sought to bring together government officials, health care providers, health service provision experts and other concerned stakeholders in order to discuss the future of Canadian health care. The project operated on a very short timeline, in the month between the Romanov Report publication in late November, and the First Ministers meeting in January. Its goal was to enable engagement on key health policy issues in order to establish meaningful recommendations prior to a key political meeting. The event hosted policy commentators with a range of opinions and sought to to identify areas in which effective change could be addressed. The discussions took various reports under consideration, including the Romanov and Mazankowski Reports, the Kirby Report, the Fyke Report and the Clair Report.