Speakers

Shauna Thome

Executive Director, Crowfoot Village Family Practice

Shauna Thome was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta where she completed a Diploma in Health Information Management (SAIT), a diploma in Business Administration, Accounting (SAIT) and a Bachelor of Management, Human Resources (University of Lethbridge).  Shauna joined as the Executive Director of Crowfoot Village Family Practice(CVFP) in 2011. Prior to that, she held a variety of leadership roles within the Department of Cardiac Sciences at Alberta Health Services.  Shauna is inspired by the team at CVFP, specifically, the deep-rooted commitment to the mission of providing outstanding care in a patient-centered health home.  In her spare time, Shauna enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, cooking, hiking or hitting up a spin class (or 5!).

Speaker Sessions

28 – Population Health Innovations Deliver Significant Cost Savings and Improved Health Outcomes (pop health)

Crowfoot Village Family Practice (CVFP), a medical home to over 25,000 people in Calgary, Alberta, and the Airdrie & Area Health Cooperative (AAHC), an organization serving the city of Airdrie and surrounding areas, will share their population health innovations. Discover how CVFP’s leadership, vision, and values-driven culture resulted in population-based quality improvements: same day access (reduced wait times from 15 to zero days); an estimated $6M in cost savings associated with reduced emergency department usage and hospital length of stay; and improved health outcomes. And, learn how AAHC’s “Smart Healthy Community Project” is expanding beyond just the medical home to the entire community—the municipality, physicians, businesses, schools, churches, and other community organizations. AAHC will discuss how it will leverage and connect its existing infrastructure, and add new technologies and applications to create an open data platform for the community.

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