Ten Changes to Give Health Integration a Chance

May 21, 2007

“We have learned a few things about the ongoing experiment with health integration. Perhaps the most important lesson is that we need fewer nouns and more verbs. Good theory and noble intentions are insufficient.”

Change Foundation research advisor Steven Lewis wraps up our 1st annual Meeting of the Minds exchange, Lessons & Confessions From the Regionalized Healthcare Front: Where can They Lead Ontario? His “lessons learned” presentation suggests 10 verbs to live by during Ontario’s experiment with health integration. 

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WHAT’S BEING SAID

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