Dr. Kevin Smith, President and CEO, University Health Network, Dr. Kathryn Nichol, President and CEO, VHA Home HealthCare, Carolyn Gosse, Vice President, Clinical, UHN at Home and Seniors Care and Courtney Bean, Vice President, Strategic Solutions and Partnerships, VHA Home HealthCare
Zayna Khayat, VP, Client Success & Growth, Teladoc Health, Tim Wright, SVP, Strategic Partnerships, Teladoc Health, Peter Jones, Industry Lead – Canadian Healthcare, Microsoft Canada Co. and Kim Swafford, Healthcare Industry Leader on the World Wide Commercial Team, Microsoft
Moderator: Dr. David Castle, Professor, University of Victoria, Jeff Nesbitt, CEO, Canada Health Information Management Association, Dr. Ewan Affleck, Sr. Medical Advisor, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta, Dr. Kim McGrail, Scientific Director, Health Data Research Network of Canada and Dr. Vivek Goel, President, University of Waterloo
Brian Hodges, Executive-Vice President Education and Chief Medical Officer, University Health Network, David Wiljer, Executive Director of Education/Technology & Innovation for UHN Digital , Gillian Strudwick, Chief Clinical Informatics Officer and Scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and Moderator: Will Falk, Executive in Residence at the Rotman School of Management
Panel discussion featuring Dr. Vivek Goel, President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Waterloo, Ewan Affleck, Senior Medical Advisor - Health Informatics, College of Physicians & Surgeons of Alberta, Alies Maybee, Independent Patient Partner and Moderated by Dr. David Castle, Professor, School of Public Administration and Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria, BC
Eileen Dahl, Patient Partner, Dr. Toni Dedeu, Interim CEO and Director IFIC, Walter P. Wodchis, Professor, IHPME and Research Chair, IESIBE, Trillium Health Partners and Jodeme Goldhar, Executive Lead, Strategy and Innovation, The Change Foundation
Canada’s unfilled healthcare jobs doubled since pandemic began: StatCan
The number of empty healthcare jobs in Canada has more than doubled and care providers are working more overtime and taking more sick leave since the COVID-19 pandemic began, according to Statistics Canada.