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Quality Forum 2012 - Plenary Presentations - Kishore Visvanathan

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Published on Apr 18, 2012

Dr. Kishore Visvanathan is head of urology for the Saskatoon Health Region and clinical professor, College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. On March 8, 2012, Kishore delivered the fourth plenary presentation at Quality Forum 2012 (http://www.QualityForum.ca).

Kishore spoke about his desire for health care to be delivered with consistent quality no matter where a patient receives it. He used stunning statistical variations to illustrate how a treatment method can vary dramatically depending on the city or region in which a patient receives it, or even which physician within a hospital a patient sees. Better, consistent communication, Kishore said, can reduce this variation and ultimately result in improved health care delivery.

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About Dr. Kishore Visvanathan
Kishore Visvanathan graduated from the College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan, where he is now Clinical Professor of Surgery. He completed his urology residency at the University of Ottawa. Since 1992, he has practiced in the Saskatoon Health Region where he is head of the Division of Urology. He is a physician consultant with Saskatchewan's Health Quality Council, and leads Saskatoon Urology Associates' Clinical Practice Redesign initiative. Kishore is a faculty member of the Canadian Medical Association's Physician Management Institute and teaches its course on Quality Improvement to clinicians and
administrators across the country.

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