2.12.01 - “The CAQ government will set up the Santé Québec agency […] Santé Québec will be responsible for managing operations and implementing the Health Plan following strategic directions from the ministry of health and social services. […] Decisions will be made by experienced managers with operations closer to what’s going on at street level. The decision-making process will be more flexible, more responsive, and more efficient, to the benefit of all concerned, patients and staff alike”
The law creating Santé Québec is passed. Work on reforming the healthcare network begins in spring. The director’s appointment will precede the start of the work.
« La personne choisie entrerait en fonction en mars ou en avril, selon ses estimations. Durant l’été, un comité de transition aura pour mission de planifier la restructuration du réseau pour l’automne en ce qui a trait notamment aux répercussions sur les employés et à la séparation du ministère en deux entités. »
“IRIS today published an organization chart providing a visual representation of what the organization of the health and social services network will look like if Bill 15 “to make the healthcare system more efficient” is adopted as is. […] First and foremost, the organization chart illustrates the extreme complexity and unwieldiness of the structure created by Bill 15. The reform integrates more than 325,000 employees and 1,500 facilities (CLSCs, CHSLDs, hospitals, etc.) into a single Crown corporation, the Santé Québec agency.” (Traduction”
“One year to the day after presenting his Health Plan, the Minister of Health, Christian Dubé, accompanied by the Minister responsible for Social Services, Lionel Carmant, and the Minister for Health and Seniors, Sonia Bélanger, today tabled the Bill to make the health and social services system more efficient.” (Traduction”
“Santé Québec will be established through the tabling of a bill, with a view to coming into force by 2024. The government is accordingly providing $60.0 million in Budget 2023-2024 to create Santé Québec during the two-year transition period”