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Anna Greenberg

Anna is President of Ontario Health’s business unit focused on Quality. Her portfolio encompasses setting provincial quality standards to reduce variation in patient care, making evidence-based recommendations on whether to publicly fund new health technologies, monitoring and reporting on health system performance, and supporting continuous and targeted quality improvement.

Before leading Ontario Health (Quality), Anna was Vice President, Health System Performance for Health Quality Ontario where she oversaw all aspects of the agency’s legislated mandate to monitor and report on system performance, including the expansion of tailored reports to individual clinicians in family practice, long-term care and specialty care to support local improvement in patient care. She also expanded Health Quality Ontario’s routine public reporting of complex information on how well the health system is performing.

Anna previously served as Director, Strategic Policy at the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in Ontario. She also spent over a decade in leadership roles in the cancer system where she spearheaded Ontario’s first publicly-reported system performance measurement cancer tool and led cancer system planning, policy development and knowledge management at Cancer Care Ontario, Princess Margaret Hospital/University Health Network, and the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.

Anna holds a Masters in Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy at University of California at Berkeley and a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University.

David Kaplan

David is the Chief, Clinical Quality at Health Quality Ontario. Prior, David held the position of Provincial Primary Care Quality Lead at Health Quality Ontario which he maintains. He is a family physician who practices comprehensive family medicine.

As Chief, Clinical Quality, he provides leadership and oversight to a team of local clinical quality leads and disease-specific clinical quality leads. For example, he chairs the Provincial Quality Implementation Committee that brings together Provincial and Regional Clinical Leads for quality, establishing direction and promoting quality and quality improvement across Ontario. He also assists in developing strategic clinical partnerships in support of Health Quality Ontario’s mandate and supporting the government’s agenda. He also identified opportunities to support a provincial quality agenda with input and participation among a robust provincial network of clinicians.

Additionally, David provides expert clinical leadership to Health Quality Ontario’s focus on primary care quality and quality improvement. He chairs the Primary Care Quality Advisory Committee, a group of experts and leaders in Ontario that advises on the direction of Health Quality Ontario’s primary care strategy. This includes establishing a comprehensive approach to supporting and motivating quality improvement and change management in primary care on a large scale, leveraging existing networks and key foundations already established within the sector. 

David was Family Physician-in-Chief (Interim) and Medical Program Director at North York General Hospital from 2006-2008. He has held regional primary care leadership roles in the Central Local Health Integration Network, both as Primary Care Physician LHIN Lead and Primary Care Lead for Diabetes and Chronic Disease Management and Prevention. David holds both a medical degree and a Master’s Degree in Health Policy, Management and Evaluation from the University of Toronto where he is now an Associate Professor.

Sudha Kutty

Sudha Kutty is the Interim Vice President for Quality Improvement at Ontario Health (Quality). In this capacity she supports efforts promoting quality improvement, integrated care and adoption of evidence into practice across Ontario’s health system.

Prior to this, Sudha was the Director of Quality Improvement – Integrated Care at Ontario Health (Quality). She led programs such as Quality Based Procedures, the Quality Improvement Plan program, bundled care and other partnerships to support the implementation of evidence in practice.
Sudha previously held roles as the Director of Knowledge Management at the Cardiac Care Network of Ontario (now CorHealth) as well as the Director of Patient Safety, Physician and Professional Issues at the Ontario Hospital Association.

Sudha has a background in health law and health policy. She has worked as a policy analyst at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, and practiced health law with a firm in Toronto providing legal advice to hospitals. Sudha was also a consultant in the health care practice of IBM Business Consulting Services. 

Sudha holds an Honours Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and International Relations from University of Toronto, a degree in law from the University of Western Ontario and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. She is also a member of the Law Society of Ontario.

Michelle Rossi

Michelle joined Health Quality Ontario in 2013. While at Health Quality Ontario, she has influenced policy and legislative change in Ontario’s health system via:

  • The review of the Quality of Care Information Protection Act to improve the identification and investigation of critical incidents

  • Design of an Ontario Patient Safety Learning System

  • Design of the diagnostic imaging peer review program

  • Modernization of Ontario’s Radiation Protection Legislation report

  • Review of the Independent Health Facilities Act

Michelle is the former Director of Policy to the Ontario Minister of Health and Long-Term Care where she led a team responsible for providing strategic advice to the minister to ensure policy initiatives aligned with the goals and mandate of the government. She oversaw the movement of all policy items through an approvals process into successful implementation. She also fine-tuned her skills in developing and managing relationships with stakeholders to ensure policy initiatives aligned with the goals and mandate of the government.

Michelle holds a Master of Arts in Political Science from York University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Carleton University.

Jennifer Schipper

Jennifer joined Health Quality Ontario in 2014 as Chief, Communications and Patient Partnering where she:

  • Built Health Quality Ontario’s brand strategy (including defining its brand narrative and brand character)

  • Re-built its communications offering, bringing HQO communications into the 21st century by modernizing their communications channels into a multi-faceted digital effort

  • Established Health Quality Ontario’s patient partnering program to build the capacity of health care professionals, patients and caregivers across the system to effectively partner with each other to improve health care quality

Jennifer is a former Senior VP of a North American public relations agency (Environics Communications) where she led the Health Sciences Practice and provided oversight to the Government Relations practice. She served a diversity of clients including government agencies, hospitals, home care organizations, long-term care homes, patient groups, professional associations and others on prominent health and health system issues. Before joining Environics, and for close to 10 years, she was the Director of Public Relations for a Canadian hospital and academic health science centre.

Jennifer holds a Master of Arts from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University. She is also accredited with the International Association of Business Communicators and has sat on boards and board committees for several non-profit organizations in health, community service and the arts.

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