Canada Research Chair on Health System Design and Adaptation
Jean-Louis Denis, PhD, FCAHS, MRSC, holds the Canada research chair (tier I) on Health System Design and Adaptation. He is Senior Scientist, Health System and Innovation at the Research Center of the CHUM (CRCHUM), and Visiting Professor, Department of Management, King’s College London. His current research looks at integration of care and services, health care reforms and health system transformation, medical compensation, professional leadership and clinical governance. He is a faculty member of the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement. In recognition of his academic contribution to the field of health policy and management, he was nominated a member of the Academy of Social Sciences of the Royal Society of Canada in 2002 and fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences in 2009. Recent papers have been published in Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Organization Science, Academy of Management Annals, Milbank Quarterly, Administration and Society, Implementation Science and Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. Since 2016, he has been co-editor of The Palgrave Organizational Behaviour in Healthcare monograph series.
- Globalization, innovation and institutional capacity (November 2012)