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!
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.