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.
Thank you to all of our partners, contributors, presenters and so many more for making this event such a success!
Dr. Richard Tytus and Dr. Dennis DiValentino
Paulo is the founder and managing director of DoctorCare. DoctorCare is the leading practice management organization for primary care physicians across Canada. DoctorCare’s suite of services help over 2000 primary care physicians optimize business performance, streamline efficiencies and improve patient care. Before DoctorCare, Paulo spent his career working with primary care physicians and advocating for improvements and advancements in the Canadian healthcare system—Paulo sees tremendous opportunities in new technologies to help modernize primary care physician practices.
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.
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.
A native Hamiltonian, Jennifer is the Global Digital Medical Director at Boehringer Ingelheim International GmbH in Germany. She led the BI Canada COPD Medical Affairs team and in 2011, she was seconded to Ingelheim, Germany as the Global Asthma Medical Affairs Team Lead. In the past few years, Jennifer and her colleagues have developed multi-channel educational programs in order for Boehringer Ingelheim to deliver timely, valuable and unique educational material to meet the digital needs of today’s health care practitioners.
Dr. Erika Bariciak
Dr. Erika Bariciak is an academic neonatologist at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario & the Ottawa Hospital General Campus. Among many other roles, Dr. Bariciak is the clinician lead for the Medical Informatics Research Group (MIRG) in Ottawa. She collaborates with computer, biomedical, and electrical engineers in the development of clinical decision support systems for the NICU and investigates novel neonatal imaging modalities.
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