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As part of the COVID-19 support available to clinicians, the eHealth Centre of Excellence will showcase a number of digital health tools and resources designed to assist clinicians in their work to improve patient care in this challenging landscape. The presentation will include vaccination supports related to patient identification and updates to the immunization section of the EMR, ways eConsult and eReferral can support our healthcare system, and an overview of other digital initiatives available to clinicians.
Tricia Wilkerson has been with the eHealth Centre of Excellence since January 2018 and is currently the Director, Integrated Care. Tricia has played an integral role in the development and strategic design of the eServices Program, which seeks to streamline clinical workflows and improve patient outcomes by utilizing digital health tools. Tricia has directed several projects for the QBIC (Quality Based Improvements in Care) program. Tricia brings a wealth of experience in primary care and quality improvement; prior to joining the eHealth Centre of Excellence, she was the Director of Quality Improvement & Evaluation at the Guelph FHT and was responsible for supporting primary care teams across the FHT with quality improvement coaching and facilitation support. She has also led her own consulting service, with a focus on planning, facilitation, research, evaluation and program development for a variety of project management ventures. She has worked as a Quality Improvement Specialist/Coach at both the regional (SWLHIN) and provincial level (Health Quality Ontario). As a leader, Tricia is insightful, communicative and collaborative. She motivates her team to strive for excellence and encourages pursuit of new ideas, leading to the innovations that drive improvements in healthcare.
Justin Wolting is the Manager of Product Development and Innovation at the eCE and has over 10 years of experience working in healthcare technology, including the development, implementation, and management of small to enterprise-level IT systems and technologies. This work has involved developing wide-scale networks to create integrated health systems, designing software to help identify patients that would benefit from proactive approaches to care, and implementing systems to ensure that best-practice privacy and security standards are integrated into every level of each solution.
In his current role, Justin leads the Automates and Chronic Disease Prevention & Management (CDPM) divisions within the eCE, and previously led the development of software robots to automate time-consuming and repetitive administrative tasks, such as information sharing across multiple levels of care and intelligent coding of chronic condition diagnoses within an EMR. Overall, Justin is passionate about improving the overall healthcare landscape by developing efficient and sustainable solutions.
Earn One Continuing Education Unit (CEU) for attending this webinar. Content from this webinar aligns with Core Health Informatics Topics: The Canadian Healthcare System; Clinical and Health Services; and Analysis and Evaluation.
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