Dr. Alain Mouttham
Institut de recherche de l'Hôpital Montfort
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
About the Presentation
Our hospitals, like others across the country, have to be transformed in order to become patient-centered and value-based. Such transformation is primarily a clinical one, and goes beyond an administration or IT led project. One way of achieving value-based hospital is through clinical operations management which involves people (clinical and administrative personnel), clinical and management processes, and information capture and delivery. A novel model-driven approach to clinical operations management will be presented, where models depicting desired processes and flows are developed by clinicians and further refined by health informatics analysts using dedicated transformation framework. These models drive a structured, systematic, comprehensive hospital transformation from a volume-based enterprise to a value-based agile one. The proposed transformation relies on a hospital transformation ecosystem that brings together secondary and tertiary care providers, universities, not-for-profit start ups, and public agencies.
About the Speaker
Dr. Alain Mouttham is currently working at the Institut de Recherche de l’Hôpital Montfort on bringing healthcare innovations to the patients, and also on Multimorbidity research. Previously, he was involved in patient flow transformation at hospitals in Toronto and Ottawa. In a previous life, Alain was an executive in the High-Technology industry, at Hewlett-Packard and Nortel Networks, and also at two startups he founded in the Silicon Valley and in Ottawa. Having worked in California, France, England, and Canada, Alain’s objective is to bring international experience in industry transformation to the much needed transformation of Ontario hospitals. Alain has a Telecom Engineering degree from France, an MSc from Stanford University, and a PhD in Health Informatics from the University of Ottawa.
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