Deputy Minister Joins Care To Chat Panel
The BC Care Providers Association is pleased to welcome Stephen Brown, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health to the Care to Chat panel on February 4th. Brown joins a panel of four Health Authority Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) at one of the most anticipated Care to Chat discussions to date. Brown will be providing opening remarks to attendees before the main panel session begins. The event is currently 60% sold out.
“This is shaping up to be a stellar discussion with key figures in BC’s health sector,” says Daniel Fontaine, CEO. “We are pleased to provide an opportunity for the Ministry of Health, the Health Authorities, and the sector to collectively dialogue about key issues of funding in continuing care.”
The panel will discuss the current challenges of BC’s Residential Care Funding Model, and what both funders and operators are doing to strike a balance between the competing priorities of economic sustainability, and ensuring the well-being and dignity of seniors…More information.
Partnership With CCHL:
The BCCPA is pleased to partner with the Canadian College of Health Care Leaders (CCHL) to bring you this special Care to Chat event. CCHL members are eligible for discounted pricing for this event. You are also eligible to earn MOC I credits for this event.
If you have attended any recent BCCPA events you may be familiar with our newly adopted Pigeon Hole technology. The interactive platform enables Care to Chat attendees to post and vote for questions using their mobile device. We are pleased to once again bring attendees right into the panel discussion with a “real-time” Q&A using this technology.
Want to use Pigeon Hole at your event? Mention our name and receive a 10% discount!
Date: Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Location: Terminal City Club, 837 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC
Sign-in/Seating: 11:30 am to 12:00 pm
Lunch/Program: 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Table of 8
$75 (BCCPA or CCHL Member)
$660.00 (BCCPA or CCHL Member)
*Please note tickets are non-refundable.
About: Care to Chat is a special speakers series of breakfast and lunch sessions featuring some of Canada’s opinion leaders and experts on thought-provoking issues of interest to care providers, business leaders and key decision makers in the continuing care sector, as well as other professionals, seniors and their families.