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Advance change management practice in healthcare across Canada - join the Change Management Network

In the digital health age, successful change implementation results in solution adoption and benefits realization such as improved patient care outcomes and organizational efficiencies. In other words, successful change is achieved when the systems, processes, tools and technology initiatives are embedded in the manner in which health care providers work. A focused and appropriately resourced approach to Change Management has been repeatedly demonstrated as a crucial driver of adoption and for realizing improved patient care outcomes and increased patient safety across Canada.

The Change Management Network (CMN), a community on InfoCentral, brings together change leaders and practitioners from national health care organizations, nationally to collaborate, exchange knowledge and experiences. Members of the CMN educate and promote the value of change management (CM) methodologies, approaches, and tools at every stage of digital health solution implementation for successful clinical adoption and the realization of health benefits.

The group has several initiatives underway; working sessions are scheduled as needed and will be announced in the group calendar and forum. One of these initiatives includes a refresh of the Change Management Toolkit over the summer, it will soon be available on InfoCentral in a new and more accessible format.
Collaborate with other change management professionals in advancing leading-edge practices of change management in the health care across Canada, join the Change Management Network today.

For more information about the Change Management Network, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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