Preparing for the next wave: COVID-19 impacts on the health care system and what happens next

Santis Webinar

As many jurisdictions across Canada begin to envision life after the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, governments are considering to what extent the economy and health care system can reopen.

Join Santis Health as we unpack the efforts made, to date, to manage COVID-19. We dive into the issues facing hospitals, home and community care, and other areas of the health system as governments turn to managing the marathon that is COVID-19 after an early sprint to control the initial wave.

In this webinar, we help you better understand the complex challenges that government and the health sector face, and what we think will come next.


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Meet your Santis Webinar hosts

Dan Carbin, Principal
Dan co-founded Santis in 2012 after serving in a variety of senior advisory roles in the Ontario government. At Santis, Dan provides strategic advice to boards and executives involved in the Canadian health care sector. His clients include Fortune 500 companies, leading national and provincial health care associations, broader public sector organizations, and a range of health charities.

Peter Cleary, Principal
Peter joined Santis after serving as Director of Parliamentary Affairs for the Hon. Jane Philpott, Minister of Health in the Government of Canada. During his time on Parliament Hill, Peter maneuvered key initiatives through the legislative process including the government’s landmark assisted dying legislation and the successful negotiation of a 10-year health accord agreement with provinces and territories.

Keltie Gale, Senior Consultant
Since joining Santis in 2016, Keltie has focused on strategic planning, stakeholder engagement, research, policy development and project management. She comes from an academic background, including working in operations at the Ontario Brain Institute, completing research on the health of immigrants and refugees through the University of Toronto, and a Masters on health and social deprivation in the older population from Queen’s University.