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Check this page regularly to stay on top of upcoming Digital Health Canada events, webinars, and other learning and networking opportunities. Click on the event name to register or for more details. Please note that all events take place in Eastern Time unless otherwise indicated in the event description.

    • June 04, 2023
    • 8:30 AM
    • June 06, 2023
    • 5:00 PM
    • 1 Harbour Square, Toronto ON Canada M5J 1A6

    The Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) is pleased to present the inaugural National Conference to be held on June 4-6, 2023 in Toronto, Ontario.

    Themed REUNITED!, this conference will present an opportunity for a unified and compelling experience of world-class leadership development, mentorship, thoughtful discussions, and more in an atmosphere of celebration, support, and community. This conference is a gathering of colleagues, mentors, team members, and other health leaders from across Canada and all walks of life. The College’s National Conference will feature fewer but larger concurrent sessions, engaging and inventive plenary sessions, expanded networking spaces and times, and opportunities for collective learning.

    The conference will highlight the five domains from the LEADS in a Caring Environment Capability Framework throughout our programming. Click here to find out more information about the LEADS Framework. With four plenary sessions, two celebratory award luncheons, and 17 concurrent sessions, this conference has many learning and networking opportunities for health leaders. 

    Learn more and register here >

    • June 07, 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom

    Join us to discuss the importance of using robotics technology to augment access challenges for clients with Indigenous Primary Healthcare Council. Presented by: 

    Marlon Cole is the Director of Information Management at the Indigenous Primary Healthcare Council (IPHCC), where he has been a key leader in areas of Data Management, Communications, and Information Management for the organization, with a wealth of experience in the healthcare industry, Marlon has served as the Director of Digital Transformation and CIO at the Weeneebayko Area Health Authority( WAHA) for over five years before joining IPHCC. Marlon will represent IPHCC to discuss the organization's approach with using robotics technology in primary care in Indigenous communities.His expertise in information management and digital transformation will be invaluable to the discussion.

    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 Management, Clinical and Health Services.

    Webinar Wednesday attendance is one of the benefits of Digital Health Canada Membership. Not a member yet? Join Digital Health Canada to enjoy Webinar Wednesdays and other benefits of membership. 

    • June 14, 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom

    The following matters will constitute the Agenda of the Digital Health Canada Annual General Meeting 2022 (Virtual):

    1. Call to Order
    2. Approval of the Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held June 15, 2022
    3. President's Report
    4. CEO Report
    5. Treasurer's Report and Audited Financial Statements for Fiscal Period ending March 31, 2023
    6. Appointment of the Auditor for 2023 - 2024
    7. Board Development Committee Report on Nominations and Elections
    8. Introduction of Incoming Board of Directors
    9. Other Business
    10. Adjournment

    Unable to attend? Find a PDF proxy form here. Proxy deadline is end of day on Wednesday, June 8. 

    • June 20, 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom webinar

    Canada's healthcare system is under significant stress, but access to timely information can make a world of difference. Several healthcare organizations are starting to exchange data between primary care, specialists and hospitals. These data exchanges are enabling new workflows, faster decision making and greater patient satisfaction.

    During this session we will share our experiences with data extraction, transmission, storage and analysis. Our experiences with applying machine learning and artificial intelligence to primary care electronic medical record data will illustrate the art of the possible.

    In this 45-min webinar, we will present how you can securely pull data from your hospital information systems or from your EMR to make better informed decisions about your patient. See what's possible in 2023!

    Presented by:

    Mr. Alain Larochelle is the Country Manager - Canada at Enovacom, an Orange Business company. An engineer by training, Mr. Larochelle’s focus remains in the health and information technology sectors. Alain’s leadership and ability to innovate resulted in the successful deployment of projects of all sizes. He has a unique capacity to sign win-win partnerships and to work closely with his clients and healthcare professionals. Among other things, Alain has contributed to the development and deployment of some innovations in the world of health, including the first provincial drug information system in Canada implemented in 2006 and sanctioned by Canada Health Infoway. More recently, in 2020 and in the midst of the pandemic, Alain worked with the CHUM (Montreal University Health Centre) to implement an innovative solution to significantly reduce the time spent by nurses in the Covid unit on non-valued tasks such as entering and transcribing vital patient data.

    Dr. Karim Keshavjee is an Assistant Professor and Program Director for the Master of Health Informatics program at the University of Toronto and a Visiting Scholar at Toronto Metropolitan University. Dr. Keshavjee is trained as a Family Physician and is the CEO of InfoClin, a company that provides health informatics consulting to a variety of organizations across North America. He has over 25 years of progressive experience in health informatics. Dr. Keshavjee was the architect and implementer of several community healthcare EMR initiatives, including the COMPETE 1, 2 and 3 studies, the High Blood Pressure Management initiative, the eRourke Well-baby project, the Vascular Health and Screening Tool project and Canada’s primary care chronic disease surveillance network, CPCSSN. CPCSSN is now at 1500 physicians who donate data on over 2 million patients to a de-identified, standardized and cleaned data repository at Queen’s University. Karim’s current research is focused on how to use artificial intelligence and machine learning in the service of diabetes prevention through the PREVENT program.

    • July 08, 2023
    • 9:00 AM (AEST)
    • July 12, 2023
    • 5:00 PM (AEST)
    • 14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000

    Our event theme – THE FUTURE IS ACCESSIBLE – aims to inspire us to lead the conversation and implement actions where we collectively are building a health sector that is accessible, where data is not locked in silos and where both clinicians and consumers can work together in true partnership towards healthier lives, digitally enabled. This prestigious international event brings together hundreds of digital health leaders and practitioners at the forefront of healthcare and is considered a landmark event on the global calendar. Bringing together an international and national audience, this is your opportunity to network, share, and highlight the latest achievements, advancements, research and innovation in digital health and health informatics.



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