This session is now taking place on Tuesday, October 19, at 1:00 pm ET.
Explore how health information impacts the world around us and is shaping a more diverse and inclusive profession from our roots in management to new practice areas that empower people to make better decisions.
Jeff Nesbitt, BA, MBA
Jeff Nesbitt is the CEO and registrar of the Canadian College of Health Information Management and CHIMA, Canada’s health information management association. Nesbitt has extensive experience in the health care, technology, and not-for-profit sectors. He has led transformative public-private partnerships that deliver on the improvement of Canadians’ economic well-being and health. Nesbitt’s current role opens people’s minds to the critical nature of health data and certified health information professionals in driving policy and funding decisions and Canadians’ care.
Nesbitt’s previous leadership roles include chair of the board of directors for the Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network, vice-president at Agfa HealthCare, and other senior executive positions in the innovation and health promotion industries. He holds a master’s degree in business administration from Wilfrid Laurier University, a post-graduate certificate in innovation from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, a bachelor’s degree in economics and computer science from the University of Waterloo and community leadership experience through the Governor General’s Canadian Leadership Conference.
Matthew Aubie is the creative director at Aubs & Mugg Inc., a Toronto-based branding agency. The work of Aubs & Mugg focuses on the development of brand stories in health care, technology, and beyond. Matthew Aubie and his firm have worked with both CHIMA and the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).