Day 1 - Tuesday, June 26, 2018

8:00
Registration Opens and Refreshments are Served
8:50
Opening Remarks from the Chair
9:00

KEYNOTE

Enacting the Digital Command
9:30
2 Interactive Roundtable Rotations – 40 mins each
10:50
Networking Refreshment Break
11:10

CASE STUDY

Taking EHR to the Next Level—Ontario’s eHealth Innovation Lab
11:40
1 Interactive Roundtable Rotation- 40 minutes
12:20
Networking Luncheon
1:20

CASE STUDY

Innovation Case Study: User Centered Design to Tackle Problems and Shape Resiliency
1:50
2 Interactive Roundtable Rotations – 40 mins each
3:10
Networking Refreshment Break
3:30

CLOSING PANEL

Making Tech Work for You—Moving Towards Seamless Implementation
4:30
Summary of Key Takeaways
5:00
Closing Remarks from the Chair
Followed by Networking Reception

Day 1 - Tuesday, June 26, 2018

8:00
Registration Opens and Refreshments are Served
8:50
Opening Remarks from the Chair

Dr. Edward Brown
Chief Executive Officer
Ontario Telemedicine Network

9:00

KEYNOTE

Enacting the Digital Command

Barbara Collins
President and CEO
Humber River Hospital

Hospital authorities are continuously looking forward to improve patient outcomes and patient experience. At the top of their list, reducing wait times in hospitals, providing better and efficient services and easing workflow are merely a few action items. The Command Centre at Humber River Hospital has achieved all of the above and more. Learn about the constituents and partnerships involved in creating a digital universe. What are the possibilities of smaller hospitals becoming patient-savvy?

9:30
2 Interactive Roundtable Rotations – 40 mins each
10:50
Networking Refreshment Break
11:10

CASE STUDY

Taking EHR to the Next Level—Ontario’s eHealth Innovation Lab

Peter Bascom
Chief Architect
eHealth Ontario

Mike Van Hooydonk
Manager, Solution Architecture
eHealth Ontario

Acting in the benefits of public and private entities, eHealth Ontario’s Innovation Lab has allowed stakeholders and innovators of all likes to develop and experiment with integration to the provinces digital health services.

  • Components of the Innovation Lab
  • Now in full operation, what are some lessons learned and new deployments

11:40
1 Interactive Roundtable Rotation- 40 minutes
12:20
Networking Luncheon
1:20

CASE STUDY

Innovation Case Study: User Centered Design to Tackle Problems and Shape Resiliency

David During
Director of Process Improvement and Innovation
Hospital for Sick Children

1:50
2 Interactive Roundtable Rotations – 40 mins each
3:10
Networking Refreshment Break
3:30

CLOSING PANEL

Making Tech Work for You—Moving Towards Seamless Implementation

Patrice Gilbert
President and CEO
Petal MD

Alvin Cheng
Director, Health Analytics and Innovation
Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network

Sandra Ketchen
Senior Vice President of Operations
Saint Elizabeth Healthcare

Dr. Ajay Kapur
Chief Medical Information Officer
St. Joseph’s Health Centre Toronto

Dr. David Jaffray
EVP Technology and Innovation
University Health Network

Moderator

Dr. Edward Brown
Chief Executive Officer
Ontario Telemedicine Network

Some hospitals are still operating under legacy systems but are very keen to implement advanced operating systems and ease workflow. This panel discussion will highlight the key strategies for healthcare technology adoption and how to push through cultural barriers to transition into a fully digital system for physicians and patients of all likes.

  • Addressing the obstacles for change management and maintaining ongoing education for all healthcare stakeholders
  • Enabling all care providers to adopt to the changing dynamics of healthcare technology
  • How to imbed platforms for integrating clinical driven matters, acute care systems and primary care

4:30
Summary of Key Takeaways
5:00
Closing Remarks from the Chair
Followed by Networking Reception