Psychiatric Care Supply in Ontario: Highlights from the Health Outcomes and Performance Evaluation (HOPE) Team
Speaker: David Rudoler
Date: Friday, April 28th from 10 AM – 12 PM
Location: HS 100 (Health Sciences Building, 155 College Street, Toronto ON)
This presentation highlights the ongoing work of the Health Outcomes and Performance Evaluation (HOPE) team at the Institute for Mental Health Policy Research on the supply of psychiatric care in Ontario. New exploratory analysis investigates the extent to which current levels of psychiatric care are aligned with population need. We also discuss the implications this has for policy-makers and the delivery mental health and addictions services in Ontario.
David Rudoler is currently a Project Scientist at the Institute for Mental Health Policy at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, and a Fellow of the Canadian Centre for Health Economics. His current research focuses on the supply of mental health and primary care services in Ontario, and the impact of payment incentives on provider behaviour. David received his PhD in health services research from the Institute of Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation, and a Masters in public policy and administration from York University.
Link to recorded seminar found here