Digital Transformation Trends Driving Connected, Secure and Futuristic Patient-Centric Care
As we press on into the future, it’s critical to remain mindful of the trends driving healthcare technology in 2022. Although legacy software and infrastructure are essential to the success of modern hospitals and care centers, we must consider how those systems can integrate with newer technologies or how they may eventually be replaced with more reliable systems. The focus should be on improving performance, productivity, efficiency, and security without sacrificing reliability or accessibility.
If you’re ready to explore the tech innovations driving the healthcare industry towards digital transformation this year, join us at the next National Insights – Fall Edition as we gather to share, learn and collaborate more on practical approaches and solutions that can help co-create a connected yet secure patient-centric healthcare care.
Benefits of Attending
A Sneak Peek of Your Inspiring Speakers
Elizabeth Borycki RN PHD FACMI, FCAHS, FIAHSI
Professor, School of Health Information Science and Director, Global Laboratory for Digital Health Innovation
University of Victoria
Andre Kushniruk PHD, FACMI, FCAHS, FIAHSI
Director and Professor, School of Health Information Science
University of Victoria
Director, Strategy, Improvement, and PMO
Grand River Hospital
Vice President & Chief Information Officer
St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton
Executive Director, System Optimization
Fraser Health Authority
Connected Technologies: The Future of Healthcare & Digital Technology Adoption
- How technology will increasingly play an essential role in maintaining and improving healthcare access
- Overcoming challenges in connected care technologies so that they are seamlessly integrated into healthcare facilities
Tara Coxon, Vice President & Chief Information Officer, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton
Reinventing Virtual Care: Bridging the Healthcare System and Citizen Silos to Create An Integrated Future
- Need to develop new models for promoting effective and sustainable virtual care
- Virtual care be considered in the combined context of the person and healthcare system.
- Implications for future research directions for virtual care
Elizabeth Borycki RN PhD FACMI, FCAHS, FIAHSI, Professor, School of Health Information Science and Director, Global Laboratory for Digital Health Innovation, University of Victoria
and Andre Kushniruk PhD, FACMI, FCAHS, FIAHSI, Director and Professor, School of Health Information Science, University of Victoria
Crystal Ball – A Look into The Future Of Healthcare And Technology
- How can health systems better prepare for the next pandemic?
- What are the ways for rapid adoption of innovation and technology to make future-proof healthcare?
- What specific technologies will play significant role in the future of healthcare?
- How can we address patient confidentiality and ownership of healthcare information with connected technologies?
- What are your top tips for amplifying and progressing into more effective ways of data sharing and collaboration across the healthcare system?
- Reg Joseph, CEO, Health Cities
- Nicolas Piperno, Director, Strategy, Improvement, and PMO, Grand River Hospital
- Sheazin Premji, Executive Director, System Optimization, Fraser Health Authority
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