Virtual Event: Health & Human Services: National Insights – Fall Edition – Canada

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Virtual Event: Health & Human Services:
National Insights – Fall Edition

Tuesday, November 22, 2022 | 12:00-2:00pm ET • 9:00-11:00am PT | Online

Event Overview

Digital Transformation Trends Driving Connected, Secure and Futuristic Patient-Centric Care


As we press on into the future, it’s critical to remain mindful of the trends driving healthcare technology in 2022. Although legacy software and infrastructure are essential to the success of modern hospitals and care centers, we must consider how those systems can integrate with newer technologies or how they may eventually be replaced with more reliable systems. The focus should be on improving performance, productivity, efficiency, and security without sacrificing reliability or accessibility.


If you’re ready to explore the tech innovations driving the healthcare industry towards digital transformation this year, join us at the next National Insights – Fall Edition as we gather to share, learn and collaborate more on practical approaches and solutions that can help co-create a connected yet secure patient-centric healthcare care.

Benefits of Attending

Implement digital and exponential technologies in alignment with patient demand/expectations

Adopt the latest patient-centric approach to your healthcare services

Unlock the value of health data for better outcomes for your patients and streamline your processes

Understand how to translate new technologies into improved patient outcomes

A Sneak Peek of Your Inspiring Speakers 

Elizabeth Borycki RN PHD FACMI, FCAHS, FIAHSI
Professor, School of Health Information Science and Director, Global Laboratory for Digital Health Innovation
University of Victoria

Andre Kushniruk PHD, FACMI, FCAHS, FIAHSI
Director and Professor, School of Health Information Science
University of Victoria

Reg Joseph
CEO
Health Cities

Nicolas Piperno
Director, Strategy, Improvement, and PMO
Grand River Hospital

Tara Coxon   Vice President & Chief Information Officer   St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton

Tara Coxon 
Vice President & Chief Information Officer 
St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton 

Jordan Nanos 
Machine Learning Architect
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Bruce Davidson, MSc, Director, Data Management Analysis & Reporting, System Optimization, Fraser Health

Bruce Davidson
Director, Data Management Analysis & Reporting System Optimization
Fraser Health Authority

Robert McKay
Practice Leader for Governments and Providers
IQVIA

Gary Turner
Managing Director, Additive Manufacturing North America
Ricoh

Key Sessions

Government KeynoteCase StudyPanel Discussion 1

Connected Technologies: The Future of Healthcare & Digital Technology Adoption

  • How technology will increasingly play an essential role in maintaining and improving healthcare access
  • Overcoming challenges in connected care technologies so that they are seamlessly integrated into healthcare facilities

Presented by:

Tara Coxon, Vice President & Chief Information Officer, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton 

Reinventing Virtual Care: Bridging the Healthcare System and Citizen Silos to Create An Integrated Future

  • Need to develop new models for promoting effective and sustainable virtual care
  • Virtual care be considered in the combined context of the person and healthcare system.
  • Implications for future research directions for virtual care

Presented by:

Elizabeth Borycki RN PhD FACMI, FCAHS, FIAHSI, Professor, School of Health Information Science and Director, Global Laboratory for Digital Health Innovation, University of Victoria

and Andre Kushniruk PhD, FACMI, FCAHS, FIAHSI, Director and Professor, School of Health Information Science, University of Victoria

Crystal Ball – A Look into The Future Of Healthcare And Technology

  • How can health systems better prepare for the next pandemic?
  • What are the ways for rapid adoption of innovation and technology to make future-proof healthcare?
  • What specific technologies will play significant role in the future of healthcare?
  • How can we address patient confidentiality and ownership of healthcare information with connected technologies?
  • What are your top tips for amplifying and progressing into more effective ways of data sharing and collaboration across the healthcare system?

Featuring:

  • Reg Joseph, CEO, Health Cities
  • Nicolas Piperno, Director, Strategy, Improvement, and PMO, Grand River Hospital
  • Gary Turner, Managing Director, Additive Manufacturing North America, Ricoh
  • Bruce Davidson, Director, Data Management Analysis & Reporting System Optimization, Fraser Health Authority

Your Registration

Virtual Presentations

Hear from public sector leaders about the latest trends and explore how to instantly apply these insights and gaining unique perspectives

Interactivity

An opportunity to engage with the inspiring speaker panel and peers in the live Q&A and polling to discover answers to shared challenges

Leading Technology
Solutions

Hear  from leading solutions providers in the government space as they explore key technologies to improve citizen services

On-Demand

Receive on-demand access to session content on the complimentary Public Sector Network social learning platform

What Your Peers Had to Say

“I really appreciated the experts from such a broad spectrum of Public Sector Health Services across the country. The presentations had depth as well as breadth.”
Sault Area Hospital

“Such fabulous presentations and discussions. I thought the overall length and the length of each session was just right!”
The Ottawa Hospital

“The presenters did a great job of sharing information that was meaningful and applicable. Very engaging presenters.”
Nova Scotia Health

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