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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.

    • May 29, 2024
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Pan Pacific Vancouver, 999 Canada Place
    Register

    Join us for this knowledge-sharing, learning, and networking event with public and private sector digital health leaders from across Canada. Reserve your seat at the table where important digital health conversations happen. All CHIEF Executive Forum members are invited to attend.

    The CHIEF Executive Forum 2024 Spring Symposium experience will kick off with a networking reception after the close of e-Health 2024 Conference and Tradeshow.

    Continue the conversations started at e-Health with a small group of industry leaders and decision-makers at the May 28 reception and the May 29 Symposium.

    Stay over until May 30 for the return of the popular health-delivery organization site visits. Separate registration is required for each event.

    Links to other Spring Symposium-related events:

    1. May 28 Spring Symposium 2024 Reception
    2. May 29 Spring Symposium 2024
    3. May 30 Spring Symposium 2024 Site Visits (registration opening in 2024)
    • May 30, 2024
    • (PDT)
    • Various
    • 3
    Register

    On Wednesday, May 30, registered attendees will visit the Provincial Health Services Authority's Red Fish Healing Centre for Mental Health and Addiction at 9am PT, followed by a visit to Providence Health Care's New St. Paul's Hospital Project at 12:15 PT. 

    Space is limited to one attendee per organization.

    Links to other Spring Symposium-related events:

    1. May 28 Spring Symposium 2024 Reception
    2. May 29 Spring Symposium 2024
    3. May 30 Spring Symposium 2024 Site Visits
    • June 05, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom
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    Presenters discuss how they shifted governance structures, post HIS implementation, from IT-lead meetings to operational-lead meetings.
    Learning Objectives:
    -Define the guiding principles used to initiate an operationally led governance.
    -List the pros and cons of the operational model of decision-making compared to IT decision-making for transparent capacity planning.

      Presented by:

      Nick Popratnjak MBA, CPA, CMA has over 12+ years of healthcare experience and has held a number of leadership roles across Finance and Planning & Analysis before transitioning over to Information Technology. As a senior finance professional, and an information technology leader, he is a valued business partner passionate about improving all aspects of organizational performance through Digital Transformation and Analytics. 

      Jennifer Lounsbury RN (EC) Adult, MN, CON(C), Previous Oncology Nurse Practitioner,Progressive Senior Leadership roles in health care over the past ten years, director, interprofessional practice chief; currently in a role as Chief Nursing Information Officer at HHS and operational leader of the virtual nursing station.
      Interests include: Models of care, risk stratification tools to align interprofessional teams, and cognitive models. 

      Prathiba Harshais an international medical graduate (MBBS) with over 14 years of combined clinical, research, health informatics, and management experience. Coming from a small village in India with big dreams, Prathiba arrived in Canada in 2009, and started her research journey at McMaster University with a certification in Clinical Research Associate (2010) followed by Digital Health and Innovation journey with a Masters in eHealth while taking care of two daughters. 

      Throughout her career, Prathiba has contributed towards building the innovation and eHealth technology enterprise at local, provincial, and national levels. Over the last few years, in her role at Hamilton Health Sciences, Prathiba has been recognized for her leadership in establishing and expanding innovation and commercialization across Canada. Prathiba was recognized by Digital Health Canada as one of the 2023 Women Leaders in Digital Health, and recently received the 2023 Ontario Local Leader Award by the CAN Health Network. 


      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, Analysis and Evaluation

      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 12, 2024
      • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
      • Zoom
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      Coronary artery disease is the leading cause of death globally. Although clinical practice guidelines on coronary revascularization exist, clinicians still find it challenging to decide among medical therapy alone, percutaneous coronary intervention, and coronary artery bypass graft surgery due to unique patient characteristics and preferences. By leveraging rich, large-scale patient data assets available in Alberta, we have been developing and commercializing an artificial intelligence-based clinical decision support system to provide personalized, data-driven treatment decision support at the point of care. This talk will discuss the opportunities and challenges that we have and will continue to face in our commercialization path, as well as why commercialization is a good way to develop clinically impactful digital health solutions. 

      This webinar is presented in collaboration with Alberta Innovates and the AICE Concepts Program.

        Presented by:

        Dr. Joon Lee is the Director of the Data Intelligence for Health Lab and an Associate Professor at the Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary. He holds a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Toronto and a BASc in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, and completed postdoctoral training in Medical Data Science at MIT. Also, he is a co-founder and the CTO of Symbiotic AI, a digital health startup. His research applies data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to a variety of problems in medicine and public health.


        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, Analysis and Evaluation

        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 19, 2024
        • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
        • Zoom
        Register

        PROXY FORMS DUE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12.

        All Digital Health Canada Members are encouraged to register and attend the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, June 19 from 12 - 1 PM ET. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please complete and submit a proxy form before end of day on Wednesday, June 12.

        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 14, 2023
        3. President's Report
        4. CEO Report
        5. Treasurer's Report and Audited Financial Statements for Fiscal Period ending March 31, 2024
        6. Appointment of the Auditor for 2024 - 2025
        7. Board Development Committee Report on Nominations and Elections
        8. Introduction of Incoming Board of Directors
        9. Other Business
        10. Adjournment

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        • September 12, 2024
        • October 31, 2024
        • 8 sessions
        • Online
        • 50
        Register

        Register your teams for this interactive online learning experience to gain insights from experts at the forefront of Canadian digital health and health informatics. Each session will be presented virtually in real time by an established Canadian digital health professional with real-world experience, diverse regional perspectives, and proven expertise in their area of study.

        This comprehensive eight-session virtual series will take learners on a journey through the core concepts of health informatics, equipping them with the essential knowledge and skills required to succeed in the Canadian digital health landscape. Materials presented will be based on the existing Digital Health Canada Core Health Informatics courses, with refreshed and updated content.

        Spaces are limited to encourage participant engagement and networking, and to allow time for questions and answers.

        • Total online class time: 21 hours
        • Start Date: September 12, 2024
        • End Date: October 31, 2024
        • Session content: The Canadian Healthcare System; Clinical and Health Services; Technology Ecosystem; Information Management; Project Management; Healthcare Transformation; Analysis & Evaluation; Bonus Session: CPHIMS-CA
        • Earn 1 CEU for each hour of class time (please refer to the HIMSS renewal requirements guidelines for more information)


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