Evolving the Future of Healthcare Delivery in Canada. Clinician-led case studies from across the country will provide hands-on, practical advice on how to plan, implement and manage Telemedicine programs. The 2 day conference agenda (organized in partnership between Longwoods.com & informa) will explore the benefits, challenges and proven strategies of ensuring stakeholder buy-in and delivering cost-effective, sustainable solutions through telemedicine.
The Inaugural National Telemedicine Conference held last April was a huge success. A massive thank you to all Speakers who contributed tremendously in putting together a comprehensive 2 day program. And of course a big thanks to all delegates who attended, getting involved in discussions, sharing their thoughts and networking with their fellow healthcare professionals.
– Expanding Applications for Existing Tools
– How Do We Get Stakeholders On Board?
– INTERACTIVE SESSION: The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario: Policy Updates
– Addressing Privacy Issues Before They Happen
– Developing Indicators to Quantify Progress
– A New Service Delivery Model in Telepsychiatry
– Managing Chronic Disease Using Virtual Tools
DON’T MISS THE INTERACTIVE WORKSHOPS
– Best Practices for Telemedicine Program Development
– Choosing the Right Equipment: Assessing and Deploying Telehealth Technology
20+ OUTSTANDING SPEAKERS INCLUDING:
– Laurie Poole, Vice President, Telemedicine Solutions, Ontario Telemedicine Network, ON
– Dr. Kendall Ho, Director, eHealth Strategy Office, University of British Columbia, BC
– Bobby Gheorghiu, Benefits Realization Leader, Canada Health Infoway, ON
– Dr. Ivar Mendez, Unified Head, Saskatoon Health Region, SK
– Marie-Claude Raymond, eHealth Program Agent, FNQLHSSC, QC
– Dr. Derek Manchuk, Chief of the Service of Critical Care, Health Sciences North, ON
– Dr. Matthew Chow, Medical Director, Youth Mental Health Program, Mood Disorders Association of BC and Providence Health Care, BC
– Sharon Chakkalackal, Senior Sector Engagement Advisor, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, ON
– Robin Cano, Telemedicine Nurse, St. Joseph’s Hospital, ON
– Sarah Freeman, Telehealth Program Development Director, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, USA