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Anticipating an aging population
Anticipating an aging population

How one Women’s College scientist is helping to prepare our health care system Today’s health care costs make up 46 per cent of Ontario’s budget. And if our system doesn’t adapt, by 2054, after the proportion of seniors in our population ...

Posted: April 12, 2012|Geriatrics and Aging, Research|0 comments

Unit designed for older patients is ACEing elder care
Unit designed for older patients is ACEing elder care

More than a year ago, leaders at Mount Sinai Hospital stared reality straight in the face: the population was aging. Two-thirds of the hospital’s medical patients were over the age of 65 and a new, holistic strategy was needed to ...


Creating a sustainable future for a small rural hospital
Creating a sustainable future for a small rural hospital

Small rural hospitals across Ontario continue to struggle with the challenges of delivering efficient and effective high quality health services in an increasingly technological and complex health system. As a result of this changing reality, small rural hospitals, like Markham ...


Creating a culture of innovation in senior health care
Creating a culture of innovation in senior health care

We are on the threshold of a new era: an unprecedented shift in global population aging, with the number of persons over the age of 60 expanding by 1.2 billion in the next 40 years. While many seniors will remain healthy ...

Posted: November 1, 2011|From the CEO's Desk|0 comments

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