Ontario Health IT Conference

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Toronto Congress Centre  |  Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

7:00am Exhibitor Staff name badge pick up begins
7:20am
Ballroom
Attendee registration opens/Continental breakfast/Networking exhibits
(all conference attendees must be registered in advance before September 15th - Register here)
7:30am
Ballroom
Continental breakfast & networking with exhibits and other attendees
Sponsored by
Mackenzie Health
8:30am
Ballroom
Welcome/Morning announcements
Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
HIMSS Ontario Chapter Board Member
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HIMSS Ontario Chapter 2017/2018,
Global Health Lead MOBIA Technology Innovations
8:35am
Ballroom
Morning Keynote Introduction
Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
HIMSS Ontario Chapter Board Member
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HIMSS Ontario Chapter,
CEO, Tectonic Advisory Services
8:40am
Ballroom
Blockchain keynote presentation:
Rethinking Healthcare for the Second Era of the Digital Age

The first generation of the digital revolution brought us the mainframes, minicomputers, PC’s, and the Internet of information. The second generation—powered by blockchain technology—is bringing us the Internet of value: a new, distributed platform that can help us reshape the world of business, government and society and transform the old order of human affairs for the better.

He argues that the second era of the Internet has profound implications for healthcare.  The current model is based on clinicians delivering services to passive recipients.  We can move to a new collaborative model where citizens and clinicians co-create wellness.  It can also dramatically change research, science and the management of health care facilities.

Don Tapscott Don Tapscott is one of the world’s leading authorities on innovation, media, and the economic and social impact of technology and advises business and government leaders around the world. In 2013 and 2015, Thinkers50, the definitive list of the Top 50 business thinkers in the world, listed Don as the 2nd most influential management thinker alive. Don’s latest book, co-authored by Alex Tapscott, is Blockchain Revolution: How the Technology behind Bitcoin Is Changing Money, Business, and the World – with a new edition paperback published in 2018.


Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
Don Tapscott
CEO
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Blockchain Research Institute
9:25am
Ballroom
Break/Refreshments/Networking with exhibits
9:45am Morning provider & sponsored breakout sessions
Breakout
Room 1
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Breakout
Room 2
redhat logo
Breakout
Room 3
Sponsor and topic TBD
Breakout
Room 4
Niagara Health System presentation
check back soon for the overview.
Mackenzie Health
Session co-presenters will be:
SickKids CMIO
Chief Information
Officer
SickKids CMIO
Project Director
Partnerships and Innovation
10:30am
Ballroom
Break/Refreshments/Networking with exhibits
10:55am Morning provider breakout sessions
Breakout
Room 1
Ontario Hospital & Health System Cybersecurity Leaders Panel Discussion
Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
HIMSS Ontario Chapter Board Member
& Certified
Information Privacy
Technologies (CIPT)
& Associate Partner
IBM Healthcare
Moderator
St. Joseph's Health Care Toronto
SickKids CMIO
Vice President,
Chief Information,
Privacy and Security
Officer (CIPSO)
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Transform Shared Service Organization
St. Joseph's Health Care Toronto
SickKids CMIO
Director
Digital Solutions
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St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton
Mackenzie Health
Chief Technology
and Privacy Officer
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Markham Stouffville Hospital
St Joseph's Health Care London
SickKids CMIO
Director,
Information and
Communication
Technology
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Halton Healthcare
St Joseph's Health Care London
SickKids CMIO
Integrated
Vice President
& CIO
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London Health Sciences Centre & St. Joseph’s Health Care
Additional panelist and session information will be posted soon
Breakout
Room 2
Ontario Hospital & Health System Clinical Leaders Panel Discussion
Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
Medical Doctor,
Assistant Clinical Professor
Dept. of Family Medicine
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McMaster University
& Chief Medical Officer
InputHealth
Moderator
Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
Vice President
Medical Operations
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Markham Stouffville Hospital
Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
Vice President –
Quality, Performance and
Clinical System Transformation
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Grand River Hospital

Additional session information will be posted soon
Breakout
Room 3
Epic at SickKids – Built for Today, Ready for Tomorrow

In 2018, the Hospital for Sick Children went live with an enterprise wide health information system, Epic. We will share lessons about how Epic was successfully implemented in partnership with the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, and how Epic will support the vision for integrated pediatric care and precision child health.


This presentation is brought to you by:
SickKids
Session co-presenters will be:
SickKids CMIO
Chief Nursing
Informatics Officer
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The Hospital For Sick Children
SickKids CMIO
Chief Medical
Information Officer
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The Hospital For Sick Children
Breakout
Room 4
Opportunities for Nursing in Digital Health

This session will examine foundational work that is occurring in Canada to facilitate the uptake of clinical data standards within EHRs.  Presenters will focus on the opportunities to transform the delivery of healthcare through the use of clinical data standards within the healthcare system.


This presentation is brought to you by:
UHN
UHN
SickKids CMIO
Past President
CNIA RN,MN,
Consultant
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Canadian Nursing
Informatics Association
Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
Adjunct Professor
Faculty of Nursing U of Toronto
PhD, RN, FAAN
Director, Digital Health and
Virtual Learning - U of NB
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Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing University of Toronto
Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
Chief Nursing Officer
Cerner Canada
RN, MSc, CPHIMSS-CA
HIMSS Ontario Chapter
Board of Directors
Member-at-Large
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Cerner Canada
Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
Nursing Informatics
PhD Student
Western University
School of Nursing
RN BScN MScN
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Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing Western HealthSciences
Breakout
Room 5
AI and Precision Medicine: Using AI, big data analytics and genomics to predict, prevent and cure diseases, and make individualized treatment decisions

From diagnosing rare diseases using genomic data, to making surgery safer, or personalizing medical treatments, researchers transform medicine and healthcare delivery using data and advanced computational methods such as machine learning, natural language processing, high performance computing and medical ontology. The future of AI powered precision medicine is happening here and now in many world class Ontario hospitals, universities and research institutes. This session with focus on new frontiers in precision medicine and AI, showcases select efforts that are bringing innovation into medical practice.


Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
PhD.
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HIMSS Ontario Chapter Board Member

Moderator
Sick Kids
SickKids CMIO
PhD. Professor
Department of Computer Science,
University of Toronto,
Director, Center for Computational Medicine
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Hospital for SickKids
Co-Presenter
Why you will not deploy AI (anytime soon)

With tremendous excitement about deploying AI in medical setting, the number of successes is low. I will argue for that some of the biggest challenges to deploying AI are systemic, and require evaluation of impact of these technologies on patient workflows and outcomes.

Instead we are working to integrate machine learning tools into existing clinical workflows. I will discuss the technical, human/computer interaction, cultural, and systemic issues that we have needed to overcome to do this effectively.

Sick Kids
SickKids CMIO
PhD. Associate Processor, Computer Science,
University of Toronto & Scientist,
Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute,
St Michael’s Hospital & Director of AI
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Surgical Safety Technologies

Co-Presenter
ML in the OR – safe machine learning for safe surgery

Machine learning is increasingly being used within the operating room to monitor surgical performance and increase safety and patient outcomes. Machine learning, itself, however, has several of its own subtle challenges that can affect its safety. This talk focuses on how explainable AI can help ensure that these technologies can be used safely in the operating room.

Additional panelist and session information will be posted soon
11:40am
Ballroom
Break time/Refreshments/Networking time with exhibits
11:50am Morning sponsored breakout sessions
Breakout
Room 1
Using AI to Improve Population Health Outcomes

As Canada looks for ways to reduce the burden on its healthcare system, better understanding patient populations can help to anticipate the need for acute care utilization and reduce costs. But what is the best way to identify, predict and manage at- risk patient with chronic conditions? This session will explore how attendees can use AI technologies to develop predictive, population healthcare models to target and treat patients before they get sick – and keep them out of the hospital.


This presentation is brought to you by
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Breakout
Room 2
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Breakout
Room 3
Accelerating the Transformation to Cradle to Grave Care

Look around you and one thing is clear: our population is aging. If 60 is the new 40, that means today’s patients – and their clinicians – must take a more proactive and holistic approach to healthcare. More than a series of independent encounters, today the focus is shifting to the complete continuum of care.

Learn how new cloud-based technologies are helping caregivers collaboratively record, follow and lead patients, leveraging systems able to effectively secure and share essential information – across care environments and providers, across geographies and across time.

Discover how AI, wearables and telemedicine will improve and streamline care delivery, driven by consumer demand for easier access to services and data-based prevention strategies.

Explore the modern mentality of cradle to grave care and how your organization can accelerate its journey.


This presentation is brought to you by
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Breakout
Room 4
Virtual Care, eReferral, Central Intake, and Wait List Management – Ontario Success Stories

The presentation will share real world and live examples of how Ontario is improving Access to Care across the care continuum. From the hugely successful use of virtual care for primary care in the GTA, to central intake for mental health in Mississauga Halton, and to surgical wait list management and eBooking in northern Ontario and beyond, Ontario has made great strides by leveraging home grown technology. These technologies and successes are foundational enabling technologies to support Ontario Health, Ontario Health Teams (OHTs), hospitals, clinicians, and most importantly – patients.


This presentation is brought to you by
Novari Health logo
12:35pm
Ballroom
Buffet lunch – Ballroom
Networking with exhibits
1:35pm
Ballroom
Afternoon announcements/Afternoon keynote introduction(s)
Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
Chapter President
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HIMSS Ontario Chapter 2018/2019,
Regional CIO Central LHIN
1:35pm
Ballroom
Afternoon keynote session:
Digital Enablement for Ontario Health Teams - Ontario Hospital & Health System CIO / IT Leadership Panel Discussion
CIO and IT leadership perspectives will be shared from these organizations:
Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
Chapter President
-
HIMSS Ontario Chapter Board Member
& Regional CIO
Central Ontario LHIN

Moderator
Sick Kids
SickKids CMIO
VP & CIO
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The Hospital For Sick Children
Hamilton Health Science
SickKids CMIO
VP of HITS
& CIO
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Hamilton Health Sciences
Hamilton Health Science
SickKids CMIO
EVP & CIO
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The Ottawa Hospital

Hamilton Health Science
SickKids CMIO
Executive Director,
Health IT Strategy
& Policy KPIT
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Kaiser Permanente
Hamilton Health Science
SickKids CMIO
CIO
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Alliance for Healthier Communities
Session discussion topics coming soon.
2:20pm
Ballroom
Break/Refreshments/Networking with exhibits
2:50pm  Afternoon sponsored breakout sessions
Breakout
Room 1
Actionable AI at Point of Care

The right outcome, for the right patient, delivered at precisely the right point of care. Cost, quality and access are major challenges within healthcare organizations. At GE Healthcare, we develop AI solutions that address both clinical and operational challenges that will result in better outcomes for providers and patients.  This session will delve into how AI and deep learning technologies will be used to improve patient experience and prioritize point of care solutions.


This presentation is brought to you by
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Breakout
Room 2
Exploring Cyber Security Strategies in Healthcare

The healthcare industry continues to struggle with how to address medical device security in their environments. Acknowledging that these devices potentially leverage cloud-based processing and storage, as well as potentially have local storage; this data, and the connected medical devices that create it, are changing how healthcare organizations are run and how clinicians assess, diagnose, treat, and interact with their patients. However, any networked device that can receive, collect, store or transmit data also has the potential to be compromised.

  • What are some methods that you can identify / quantify the magnitude of devices in your environment?
  • How do healthcare organizations balance the value and risk of Medical IoT?
  • How can healthcare organizations effectively manage and protect all these devices?

Securely managing Medical IoT requires automated visibility and unified policies for sensors and devices and the data they generate; advanced detection enhanced with real-time threat intelligence; and centralized control that can automatically coordinate response. In this think tank, we’ll explore how and why cybercriminals target IoMT devices, and how these threats can be mitigated.


This presentation is brought to you by
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Room 3
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Room 4
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3:35pm Final Break/Refreshments/Networking with exhibits
4:00pm Afternoon provider breakout sessions
Breakout
Room 1
Ontario Hospital / Health System Leaders Technology & Innovation Executive Panel Discussion

This session will discuss several innovation questions and timely topics including these:

  • what barriers hospitals face in creating and adopting innovation?
  • what barriers non-hospital innovators face when they introduce and promote innovation to hospitals?
  • what the recipes of success for increasing adoption of innovation in hospitals and bridging the supply/demand mismatch between creation and adoption?

(additional questions/topics will be listed soon)


Technology & Innovation leadership perspectives will be shared from these and other Ontario organizations:
St. Joseph's Health Care Toronto
SickKids CMIO
VP, Provincial
Programs & Chief
Innovation Officer
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Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario
St. Joseph's Health Care Toronto
SickKids CMIO
VP Finance,
Technology & Innovation
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Southlake Regional Health Centre
St. Joseph's Health Care Toronto
SickKids CMIO
VP, Chief
Transformation Officer
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Transform Shared Service Organization
SickKids
SickKids CMIO
VP Information
Management,
CIO & CPO
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Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
St. Joseph's Health Care Toronto
SickKids CMIO
Chief Information Officer
-
St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton
Session discussion topics coming soon.
Breakout
Room 2
Value Realization from Health Technology – An Ontario CMIO perspective

Healthcare technology and advanced data analytics driven by EHR implementations are fueling improvements in healthcare delivery across Ontario. CMIOs are increasingly challenged with integrating these technologies into clinical workflows to enhance patient outcomes and patient/provider experience. In this session, CMIOs from across the acute care delivery spectrum will discuss and debate how to achieve clinical, business, and operational value from technology investments.

(specific session discussion topics for this panel will be listed later this summer).


Mackenzie Health
SickKids CMIO
Chief Information Officer &
Chief Medical Information Officer &
Critical Care Physician

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HIMSS Ontario Chapter
Board of Directors
Member-at-Large

Moderator & Panelist

SickKids
SickKids CMIO
Chief Medical
Information Officerr
-
The Hospital For Sick Children

St Joseph's Health Care London
SickKids CMIO
Chief Medical
Information Officer
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London Health Sciences
Centre & St. Joseph’s
Health Care
North York General
SickKids CMIO
Chief Medical
Information Officer
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North York General Hospital
St. Joseph's Health Care Toronto
SickKids CMIO
Chief
Medical
Information
Officer
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St. Joseph’s Health
Centre Unity Health Toronto
Session discussion topics coming soon.
Breakout
Room 3

Leading Change for Innovation

Change is constant in the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous worlds of both health care and technology. Learning and developing the skills to not only navigate, but lead through change to optimize health and patient outcomes is possible, and indeed essential, for health system transformation.

The focus of this session will be on developing an understanding of your role in leading from where you are, regardless of title, and the required skills to do so effectively.


This presentation is brought to you by
Canadian College of Health Leaders logo

Session co-presenters will be:
SickKids CMIO
Vice President
Leadership Development
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Canadian College of Health Leaders
SickKids CMIO
Manager,
Leadership Development
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Canadian College of Health Leaders
Breakout
Room 4
Ontario Hospital / Health System / Medical Clinic Privacy Leaders Panel Discussion
SickKids
SickKids CMIO
Associate Privacy Officer
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Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan
SickKids
SickKids CMIO
Director of Health Policy
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Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario
Breakout
Room 5
Nursing Informatics Competencies and the Value of the Emerging Chief Nursing Informatics Officer Role in Healthcare

As healthcare organizations look to optimize electronic health records some are looking to the role of the Chief Nursing Informatics Officer (CNIO) role to facilitate clinical transformation.  This role blends clinical expertise and health information technology expertise to support improving patient care. This session will examine the informatics competencies required for nursing leaders and explore the role of the CNIO from the perspective of two Ontario CNIOs.


Session presentation information coming soon
UHN
Mackenzie Health
Session co-presenters will be:
SickKids
SickKids CMIO
Chief Nursing
Informatics Officer
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The Hospital For Sick Children
St. Joseph's Health Care Toronto
Chief Nursing
Information Officer
-
Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario
SickKids
SickKids CMIO
Independent Scientist CAMH – Toronto
Assistant Professor, Institute of Health Policy,
Management and Evaluation U of Toronto
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Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
4:45pm After-event networking cocktail reception
Sponsored by:
SickKids
6:00pm Event concludes