Wednesday, may 8, 2019
Hamilton Convention Centre
Hamilton Convention Centre
We are at the dawn of a digital health revolution. One that is fortuitously occurring at a time where our health care system requires disruptive change in order to survive. It hasn’t yet been determined what our role, as front line providers will be in this digital revolution, yet we do know one thing for certain. We have always played an integral role in helping drive and shape health care delivery and this time is no different. It is imperative that we play our part in the successful introduction and integration of digital health into health care delivery. We cannot afford to wait for the future to happen. We must aid in making the future happen in a way that improves not only our patient’s lives, but our lives too!
Welcome to the inaugural Technology & the Future of Health Care Conference, the first of it's kind designed for forward-thinking front line health care providers who recognize the requirement to integrate technology into their practice. The purpose of our conference is to; define and understand digital health as front line providers, obtain relevant information which aids in guiding our delivery of health care, and identify health care challenges that have digital solutions.
TFHC2019 has carefully curated digital health into five key categories; Telemedicine, Artificial Intelligence, Personalized Medicine, Cyber-security and Confidential Data Storage Systems, with consideration being given to the impact that the application of technologies from these five categories will have on both providers and patients. We look forward to input from our community’s front line providers. This input will be used to further refine our approach to digital health and to identify where, and how digital health can be productively utilized with the goal of improving health care outcomes, patient outcomes and provider satisfactions. We hope to see you on May 8th as we will learn what technologies can be incorporated into practice right away and what is coming next with Technology & the Future of Health Care.
See you on May 8th!
Dr. Richard Tytus and Dr. Dennis DiValentino
Dr. Larsen is OntarioMD’s Chief Medical Officer (CMO). Dr. Larsen is a tireless champion of EMR adoption and optimization of EMRs and health informatics to empower Ontario’s physicians to enhance quality patient care and practice efficiency.
Veronika Litinski is CEO at GeneYouIn Inc., a personalized medicine company. While bringing to market its genomics-guided medication management service, Pillcheck, Veronika leverages the very best of science and entrepreneurial cultures for the new era of data-powered decision making.
Dr. Kohli is a practising Canadian Internist & Critical Care Physician, and faculty at both SingularityU Canada and McMaster University. He is the co-founder of Cloud DX, a Kitchener-based company utilizing unique sensors and raw data analytics to tackle grand challenges in health care. He is formerly a Canadian Space Agency astronaut candidate, trained Flight Surgeon and alumnus of the International Space University
Dr Sunny Malhotra is a US trained Sports Cardiologist in New York. He is the founder of Rp-automation.com and health technology investor. He has received the Governor General Caring Canadian Award 2015, Governor General’s Sovereigns Medal for Volunteers 2016, New York Superdoctors Rising Stars 2018 & 2019. Twitter: @drsunnymalhotra
Sarah Hutchison is the Chief Executive Officer of OntarioMD and has over 25 years of progressive experience within organized medicine. Sarah is known as a leader in Ontario's Digital Health environment for her ability to translate digital health priorities into solutions that address the diverse needs of physician practices in collaboration with EMR vendors.
Dr. Kaura is 1QBit’s Chief Medical Officer & the Chair of the Board of Joule, a Canadian Medical Association subsidiary. Prior to these appointments, Deepak spent 5 years in Qatar with the Sidra Medical & Research Center, most recently as the Executive Chairman of the Foundational Clinical Services Management Group, where he helped to set new standards in patient care for women and children and led ground-breaking work in the application of machine learning to healthcare.
Jamie Harsevoort is a technologist, entrepreneur, and founder of Webility Solutions, a software development company that has been involved in building health care solutions for over 10 years. His software assists researchers and health care workers in managing clinical trials, recruiting patients, collecting data from medical devices, and using machine learning technology for data analysis.
Andriana Lukich is the Program Manager of the Project Management Office (PMO) at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. During her 8 years of healthcare experience, she has held multiple roles all focused on leading change initiatives and supporting staff through transformational projects. Andriana holds a HBSc Kinesiology and a MBA from McMaster University.
Yanick is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Montreal & a practicing cardiologist-echocardiographer and critical care physician. He founded Innovative Imaging Technologies (IIT) & created Reacts, a digital platform that reinvents how we interact remotely to facilitate virtual collaboration.
Dr. Brown is a founder & CEO of the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN), one of the largest and most active integrated telemedicine networks in the world. Dr. Brown has won numerous awards for his work in Telemedicine, including most recently, a Meritorious Service Medal for his contributions to health care in Canada. An emergency physician who is a passionate advocate for telemedicine as a tool to improve access to care, quality of care and the sustainability of health care systems.
Tara Coxon is the Chief Information Officer at St Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. During her 15 years of healthcare management experience, Tara has led a number of transformational change initiatives with extensive experience in the design and implementation of digital health solutions. Tara holds a BSc from the University of Waterloo and a MBA from the DeGroote School of Business.
Brian vanOosten is a Digital Health Product Specialist with the MEDIC Lab at Mohawk College in Hamilton. Brian has spent the last several years leading software development design and development projects that put clinical data into the hands of patients and families. He is really excited about the opportunities presented by digital health to both improve population health and to help clinicians better serve their patients at each encounter.
Paul Brown is the General Manager of the MEDIC Lab at Mohawk College. Paul leads a large and skilled team of architects, designers, developers, and students as they serve the needs of public-sector and private-sector healthcare partners in Canada and around the world. Paul is particularly proud of the many students that come to work with the team and who gain valuable professional experience working to solve real-world problems alongside senior team members. He is very excited to work with clinical leaders to identify and solve the next generation of healthcare challenges.
Dr. Tytus is a current OMA board director and current CMA board director. He was the Past Chair of OntarioMD, where he played a crucial role in the large-scale adoption of EMR in Ontario. Dr. Richard Tytus practiced as a GP Anesthetist for five years in Blind River, ON prior to practicing in downtown Hamilton - an area designated as Code Red. He is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University.
Alvin is an Emergency Medicine resident physician at McMaster University. He has collaborated with medical educators internationally to innovate knowledge dissemination and translation. His team won the 2018 MGDII Innovation Sprint with their caregiver portal solution aimed to improve caregivers’ experience and patient outcomes. Alvin is interested in the role of technology in the future of healthcare and how we can improve physician engagement in innovation.
Dr. Dennis DiValentino is the recipient of the 2017 Joule Award for Social Innovations (Canadian Medical Association) for the use of technology in the care of marginalized patients. He is the current President of the Hamilton Academy of Medicine and was also named by Joule to the 17 in 2017 list, a list of physicians most influential in impacting health care in Canada in 2017. Dr. DiValentino currently maintains a private practice in an area designated as a Red Zone within the urban core of Hamilton.
Exhibitors of TFHC 2019 will experience an interactive environment with opportunities for demonstrations and productive engagement with front line providers.
- 10' X 10' Black Draped Exhibition Space OR Hallway Table-Top Showcase
- 1 X 6’ skirted table
- 2 chairs
- Listing on the conference website and in the conference program
- Name badges and lunch for booth staff (2 max.)
Single 10' x 10' = $2,500 Double 10' x 20' = $5,000
Exhibit space is allocated on a first paid, first served basis. Please note final exhibitor booth placement will be determined by conference organizers. Deadline for exhibit application and full payment is April 9, 2019. Payment in full is required to secure booth.
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