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October 5

12:00pm 1 CPE credit

Information flow impacting determinants of health (0071)

Speakers: Dr. Sara Goulet, MD, FCFP, CCFP

The flow of information directly impacts the personal, social, economic, and environmental factors of patients’ health care between Northern Manitoba and Nunavut.

2:00pm 1 CPE credit

Discussing health terminology standards in Canada (0076)

Speakers: Kelly Davison, MN, MSc, G.Cert-HTS, G.Cert-Harm Reduction, RN, CPMHN(C), CTSS

Join Kelly Davison for an interactive discussion on health terminology standards in Canada.

4:00pm 2 CPE credits

Strengthening organizational capacity for health information systems implementation (0094)

Speakers: Ramona Kyabaggu, MSc, CHIM & Uche Chukwuka Ikenyei

A two-part presentation on models of health information systems implementation and implications for practice.

4:00pm 1 CPE credit

British Columbia’s health information landscape (0081)

Speakers: Hannah Domnic, CHIM interviews Pat Visosky, CHIM, MI, PhD (candidate)

An interview exploring a perspective on the current state of health information in British Columbia.

4:00pm 1 CPE credit

Alberta’s health information landscape (0082)

Speakers: Cierra Musich, CHIM interviews Kathleen Addison, CHIM

An interview exploring a perspective on the current state of health information in Alberta. 

4:00pm 0.5 CPE credit

Addressing the global refugee crisis through health information (0103)

Speakers: Danial Betres, BASc & Jon Dhanapala, BASc

A discussion on the global refugee crisis, the health care challenges in displacement and refugee camps, and how health information technology can play a vital role in improving the quality of care.

October 6

12:00pm 1 CPE credit

Location analytics: The next wave in managing Canadian health data (0072)

Speakers: Alex Miller, BASc & Este Geraghty, MD, MS, MPH, CPH, GISP

Geographic information systems (GIS) for health emerged in the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 dashboard using Esri technology. This is a paradigm shift in collecting, understanding, and sharing health data.

2:00pm 1 CPE credit

Discussing health information governance in Canada (0077)

Speaker: Eric Sutherland

Join Eric Sutherland for an interactive discussion on health information governance in Canada.

4:00pm 0.5 CPE credit

Designing peak performance (0096)

Speakers: Omer Aziz, CHRL, PENG

Omer combines design thinking principles and research, in the state of peak performance, to help create environments that are conducive to flow.

4:00pm 1 CPE credit

TECHNATION’s health privacy and security framework for Canadian health care (0098)

Speakers: Susan Anderson, BSsc, CPHIMS, CPHIMS-CA & Elaine Huesing

As Canada’s national information and communications technology (ICT) business association, TECHNATION champions the development of a robust and sustainable digital economy in Canada. TECHNATION and its advocacy committee are excited to share their health division’s Privacy and Security Framework v. 3.0. This framework provides…

4:00pm 0.5 CPE credit

The AWS cloud in health care (0100)

Speakers: Dr. Shez Partovi, MD & Alex Reidiboim, CISSP, AWS-Certified Solution Architect

Dr. Shez Partovi discusses predicating health events, the consumer health journey, precision health, and the COVID-19 initiatives that are leveraging the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.

4:00pm 0.5 CPE credit

Manitoba’s health information landscape (0084)

Speakers: Kristin Krahn, CHIM interviews Carla Loeppky, PhD

An interview exploring a perspective on the current state of health information in Manitoba. 

October 7

12:00pm 1 CPE credit

ICD-11: What is it and what will it mean for Canada? (0073)

Speakers: Keith Denny, MLIS, MA, PhD

This presentation describes the ICD-11 revision process, highlights its key innovations, and reviews the path to decision making for implementation for morbidity in Canada.

2:00pm 1 CPE credit

Discussing coding productivity in Canada (0078)

Speakers: Pat Garcia, MScHA, CHIM & Sonia Shiels, BA, CHIM

Join Pat Garcia, MScHA, CHIM, Sonia Shiels, BA, CHIM & Kathy Braaten, CHIM, for an interactive discussion on coding productivity in Canada.

4:00pm 0.5 CPE credit

Nova Scotia’s health information landscape (0088)

Speakers: Crystal Kearley, CHIM, BSc interviews Linda Plummer, CHIM, BA

An interview exploring a perspective on the current state of health information in Nova Scotia. 

4:00pm 0.5 CPE credit

Yukon’s health information landscape (0091)

Speakers: Lindsey Page, CHIM interviews Diane McLeod-McKay

An interview exploring a perspective on the current state of health information in Yukon. 

4:00pm 0.5 CPE credit

Using tablets & EMR tools to enhance treatment and standardize health information collection in primary care (0101)

Speakers: Dr. Mohamed Alarakhia, BSc(Hons), MD, CCFP, MSc & Tara Lonergan, CHIM, PROSCI & Lynn Cave, CHIM, PMP

This is a two-part presentation. The first part delves into using tablets to enhance mental health treatment. The second part focuses on using EMR tools to manage depression and anxiety and standardize COVID-19 screening.

October 8

12:00pm 1 CPE credit

What Canadians want from their health care system: Results of a major national consultation (0074)

Speakers: Jane Holden, CPA, CA & Jodi Shanoff

This session will present the findings of A Healthy Dialogue, one of the largest-ever national public consultations on digital health.

2:00pm 1 CPE credit

Discussing records management in Canada (0079)

Speakers: Charmaine Shaw, MA, BA, CHIM, CIPP(C) & Corey Clarke, BHA, CHIM

Join Charmaine Shaw for an interactive discussion on records management in Canada.

4:00pm 0.5 CPE credit

Newfoundland and Labrador’s health information landscape (0090)

Speakers: Tracy Burt, CHIM interviews Lisa McKenzie, CHIM

An interview exploring a perspective on the current state of health information in Newfoundland and Labrador. 

4:00pm 1 CPE credit

The uncounted: A global health perspective on data (0095)

Speakers: Dr. Rohit Ramchandani, DrPH, MPH, BSc

In this talk, Dr. Ramchandani will address some of the key challenges and innovations related to the role of data in global health, with a focus on low- and middle-income countries.

4:00pm 1 CPE credit

Cyber security and artificial intelligence in health care (0099)

Speaker: Eric Cornelius

This presentation will provide an overview of the current cyber security challenges in health care and how artificial intelligence can help ensure health care data remains private and protected in a hyper-connected world.

4:00pm 1 CPE credit

Ontario’s health information landscape (0085)

Speakers: Nicole Burford, CHIM & Carol Adam, CHIM interview Drew van Camp, M.A.Sc., Janice Spence, B.Sc., CHIM, CTSS, CPHIMS-CA & Sue Schneider, BA, CHIM, CPHIMS-CA, CTSS

An interview exploring Ontario Health’s digital health information exchange, terminology standards, and digital health point of service requirements for procurements.

October 9

12:00pm 1 CPE credit

Reigniting interest in health information (0075)

Speaker: Matthew Aubie

Discover how a modern perspective on health information can elevate the profession.

2:00pm 1 CPE credit

Discussing the francophone health information community in Canada | Discussion sur la communauté francophone d’information sur la santé au Canada (0080)

Speakers: Cassondra McCrory, BScNutr, MSc and Debby Ouellet, CHIM

Join Cassondra McCrory for an interactive discussion on the francophone health information community in Canada. Joignez-vous à Cassondra McCrory dans le cadre d’une discussion bilingue et interactive sur la communauté francophone d’information sur la santé au Canada. This session is will conducted in both…

4:00pm 1.5 CPE credits

Québec’s health information landscape (0086)

Speakers: Cassondra McCrory, BScNutr, MSc interviews Alexandre Allard, AMA, B.gest.

An interview exploring a perspective on the current state of health information in Québec. 

4:00pm 1 CPE credit

New Brunswick’s health information landscape (0087)

Speakers: Susanne Surette, CHIM, CCCS interviews Andrea Creagh, BAdmin, CHIM & Stephane Moisan

An interview exploring a perspective on the current state of health information in New Brunswick. 

4:00pm 0.5 CPE credit

Advancing information governance in Northern Health (0102)

Speakers: Kait Greer, MI, CHIM & Andrea Lorette, CHIM

A story of a northern rural health region’s information governance approach.

4:00pm 1 CPE credit

Clinical documentation improvement: Impact and importance for your hospital (0097)

Speakers: Kim Myrick, R.N., CCDIS

An overview of clinical documentation improvement (CDI), including why it’s so important and what makes a successful CDI program.

4:00pm 1 CPE credit

Saskatchewan’s health information landscape (0083)

Speakers: Michael McGill, CHIM, CIAPP-P interviews Kathy Braaten, CHIM

An interview exploring a perspective on the current state of health information in Saskatchewan.