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Webinar Wednesday - UHN Halo (Telemonitoring)

  • October 12, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom

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Introducing UHN's Halo/telemonitoring program, an innovative and cost-effective way to remotely monitor patients to prevent falls and adverse events.

Presented by:

Marijana Zubrinic RN(EC), Queen's University Smith School of Business EMBA Candidate 2024, has 18 years of experience in the healthcare industry.  Her background is in perioperative and critical care.  She has worked in both Canada and USA and has spent the last 10 years working in Thoracic Surgery at University Health Network in the Nurse Practitioner Role.  Her academic work has focused on improving patient outcomes and patient experience in the hospital setting using technology and innovation.

Justin Young (BAH, MPA) is the Director of Business and Partnership   development at University Health Network.  During his 15 years at UHN, Justin has been responsible for a variety of different initiatives, including planning and writing UHN’s strategic plan, leading large-scale UHN international revenue-generating projects engagements in the Middle East, Caribbean, and Asia, and fostering the growth of revenue generating opportunities across the organization. Presently, one of Justin’s responsibilities is driving the external growth of UHN Halo across different jurisdictions and health sectors.

Shiran Isaacksz, is the Vice President of Altum Health and Connected Care at University Health Network.  In this role, Shiran is helping to drive a better experience for patients and providers through his leadership of the Altum Health, Connected Care and International Program teams. With more than 20 years of healthcare experience, Shiran’s expertise lies in leading complex and large-scale transformational programs.

Through these experiences Shiran possesses a comprehensive view of the complex health care system. He uses these experiences to focus on improving patient care and patient outcomes.  Shiran finds great satisfaction in tackling challenging and previously unsolvable industry issues.

His collaborative approach also extends to the development of unique partnerships. In doing so, he assembles strong, inter-disciplinary teams with a broad range of skills, and applies a holistic approach to problem solving, that result in new innovative programs to support care delivery and patient experience.

Shiran chose a career in healthcare as he felt an innate drive for working in a sector that aligns with his values and enables him to give back to the community at large. “All of the great work we do at UHN is patient-centric. With every decision made, we ask how we are improving the patient experience, and improving care outcomes”.

Shiran believes that the patient’s voice must guide all healthcare activities, whether it be at the policy level in his role as President Board Chair of Digital Health Canada, in the academic setting as an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Toronto, or when planning and implementing transformational programs.



October Webinar Wednesdays are sponsored by Quest Diagnostics.



Earn One Continuing Education Unit (CEU) for attending this webinar. Content from the webinar aligns with Core Health Informatics Topics:The Canadian Healthcare System; Information Technology. 

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