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THREAD: Here’s a bit of a systems take on what we’re seeing in the Ontario healthcare system. #covid19

A system that is under stress behaves differently than one that is working efficiently.

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One thing to add to this excellent thread: there are already a pile of COVID patients who aren't in the ICU, because they don't have space for it. We've already cancelled surgeries, which is triage in itself. And the standard of care is degrading already. thestar.com/opinion/star-c…
👇Excellent representation here of what's about to happen to Ontario's health care system. So many layers of care are compromised & not simply for lack of beds.
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2/ The "limits to success" archetype from systems thinking is helpful here...to improve performance, increase effort but theres a limit eventually... then resistance occurs and system function declines...i.e. what's happening right now in Ontario availagility.co.uk/2011/03/08/kan… pic.twitter.com/aGhZWkreJq
Straightforward analysis of not a straightforward system 👇🏼
Thread on hospital capacity:
Wish this wasn’t necessary, but it is necessary and very accurate.
A great thread on the importance of health systems and the meaning of 'capacity'. Healthcare is more than just the # of beds and one extra bed squeezed into the ICU, ward, etc. can't be the sole solution #COVID19ON
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