Confirmed Exhibitors 2019

e-Health 2019 is pleased to welcome the following Exhibitors to Toronto.

Confirmed Exhibitors

American Well
American Well is a leading telehealth platform in the United States, connecting the nation’s largest hospitals, insurers, employers, and consumer electronics companies for the purpose of delivering healthcare anywhere. With its strong partnerships in the U.S. and global markets, award-winning telehealth Exchange, as well as its direct-to-consumer service Amwell®, the company connects millions of people to the doctors they trust for live video visits for everything from urgent care to chronic care management and healthy living. For more information, visit (

Bits In Glass
Bits In Glass is an award-winning IT consulting firm that enables you to solve complex business problems with systems that make your business operate faster, easier and more efficiently, empowering you to outpace your competition, drive rapid growth, and deliver superior customer value. (

Borden Ladner Gervais (BLG) | Booth 42
Borden Ladner Gervais (BLG) is Canada’s largest law firm. Our success comes from providing our clients with advice that helps them achieve their business objectives. Our professionals are repeatedly recognized as leaders in their respective areas of practice. (

Brightsquid | Booth 11


Canada Health Infoway | Booth 9 – 10
Infoway helps to improve the health of Canadians by working with partners to accelerate the development, adoption and effective use of digital health across Canada. Through our investments, we help deliver better quality and access to care and more efficient delivery of health services for patients and clinicians. Infoway is an independent, not-for-profit organization funded by the federal government. (


Canadian Institute for Health Information | Booth 7 – 8
Since 1994, CIHI has played a unique role in Canada’s health care system. Working with their partners, CIHI has:
• Helped improve the depth and breadth of Canada’s health data
• Built and maintained 28 critical pan-Canadian databases that enable jurisdictions to compare data
• Produced analyses on health and health care in Canada that are relevant, timely and actionable
• Increased the understanding and use of data through education, reporting tools and strategies
• Developed information standards that allow every jurisdiction to understand, compare and use the data effectively. (

City of Hamilton | Booth 69 – 71
With over 30,000 employees, 2,500 researchers and over 690,000 square feet of lab space dedicated to the healthcare sector, Hamilton has the resources needed to support digital health innovation.Discover Hamilton’s digital health expertise, including Mohawk College – Canada’s 2nd most research-intensive college, McMaster University – Canada’s most research-intensive university and Hamilton Health Sciences – Ontario’s second-largest hospital network. (

Connexall | Booth 27 – 29
Connexall, ranked number one and named Category Leader in the Best in KLAS awards since 2015, is an enterprise-grade communication and control platform that delivers hospital-wide interoperability to people, systems, tasks, and devices. Its capabilities act as a backbone for clinical workflow, communicating the right information to the right person, at the right time, on the right device. Based on more than 20 years of R&D efforts, the Class II medical device software is completely vendor-neutral and device-independent. Connexall has offices in Canada, the United States, Brazil, Portugal and Hong Kong and works with well over a thousand of the world’s most renowned and progressive hospitals and health systems. (


Digital Health Canada | Booth 5 – 6
Digital Health Canada (formerly COACH: Canada’s Health Informatics Association) connects, inspires, and educates the digital health professionals creating the future of health in Canada. Our members are a diverse community of accomplished, influential professionals working to make a difference in advancing healthcare through information technology. Digital Health Canada fosters network growth and connection; brings together ideas from multiple segments for incubation and advocacy; supports members through professional development at the individual and organizational level; and advocates for the Canadian digital health industry. (

FDB (First Databank) | Booth 52
FDB (First Databank) is the leading provider of drug and medical device knowledge that helps healthcare professionals make precise decisions. With thousands of customers worldwide and
four decades of experience, FDB enables our developer partners to deliver actionable solutions that help improve patient safety, quality, and healthcare outcomes. (

George Brown College | Booth 60
Toronto’s George Brown College has established a reputation for equipping students with the skills, industry experience and credentials to pursue the careers of their choice. The college offers 162 full-time programs across a wide variety of professions to nearly 29,000 full-time students. For more information, please visit (

Humanscale | Booth 68
At Humanscale Healthcare, we believe better care can be achieved through better design. As the global leader in healthcare ergonomics, we create products that maximize caregiver comfort, allowing for the best delivery of care possible. Humanscale is the premier designer and manufacturer of ergonomic products that improve health and comfort for both patients and caregivers. Our award-winning healthcare solutions include medication carts, medication management, workstations on wheels and wall mounts. (

Hyland | Booth 94

IMO | Booth 53
IMO is the developer of the most widely-accepted medical terminology solution for EHR’s in healthcare organizations worldwide. Every day, over 4,500 hospitals and 500,000 physicians use this technology to make sense of complicated clinical information. IMO provides the foundational platform for important healthcare enterprise and practice needs including effective management of EHR problem lists, accurate documentation, and code maps to all reference and reimbursement nomenclatures. Using clinically friendly language, IMO has over 1 million clinical concepts and 3.4 million descriptions with 5.6 million code mappings, ensuring that true clinical intent is preserved throughout the continuum of care. (

Imprivata | Booth 76
Imprivata®, the healthcare IT security company, provides healthcare organizations globally with a security and identity platform that delivers ubiquitous access, positive identity management, and multifactor authentication. Imprivata enables healthcare securely by establishing trust between people, technology, and information to address critical compliance and security challenges while improving productivity and the patient experience.

Logibec | Booth 16 -17
Logibec, an industry leader with a 35-year history, offers an ecosystem of customized solutions for healthcare establishments through best-in-class products designed with unique features and implemented in partnership with our customers. Logibec’s experts—drawn from a team of 400+ employees and consultants from the healthcare industry—adopt an innovative approach to building complementary products for 204 clients and 260,000 end-users we serve across Canada. (

M*Modal | Booth 58
Our cloud-based clinical documentation solutions connect workflows for efficient and accurate medical speech recognition, medical transcription, CDI, and coding. We facilitate physician-patient relationships by making it easy for doctors to capture the patient story, and by delivering information when it is needed most – at the point of care. (


Novari | Booth 39 – 40
Novari focuses exclusively on designing, building and implementing healthcare software solutions that improve access to care for patients and the efficiency of healthcare systems. The Novari Access to Care software platform includes virtual care, eVisits, eReferral, central intake, wait list management and eBookings. (

Nordic | Booth 51
We are healthcare consultants with deep roots in health IT. We partner with provider organizations to improve the health of their patients and business through solutions that drive the highest performance from their people and technology. With 800 expert consultants, Nordic can tailor a range of EHR, ERP, and strategic solutions to meet client needs. (

Nuance | Booth 55 – 57

OBIX, by Clinical Computer Systems, Inc | Booth 54
The OBIX® Perinatal Data System is a comprehensive, computerized system for central, bedside, and remote electronic fetal monitoring. It includes archiving, point-of-care charting, single-click management reports, and Internet-based physician access. The OBIX system offers enterprise-wide perinatal data access by interfacing with other hospital systems, enterprise-wide charting solutions, and document repositories. (

OntarioMD | Booth 28 – 30
OntarioMD is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Ontario Medical Association. OntarioMD offers digital health tools integrated with electronic medical records (EMRs) such as Health Report Manager (HRM), eNotifications and eConsult. OntarioMD offers services to physicians to educate them to realize more benefits from their EMRs and digital health such as the Peer Leader Program and the EMR Practice Enhancement Program. (


Orion | 19 – 20
Orion Health is an award-winning population health management company with proven experience delivering digital health solutions for healthcare providers in acute and community care. Our products include Clinical Portals, eReferral and Remote Patient Monitoring solutions and integration tools delivered through our Rhapsody® Integration Engine. (

PatientKeeper | Booth 25

Scalar | Booth 14
Scalar is Canada’s leading IT solutions provider, focused on security, infrastructure, cloud, and digital transformation. Founded in 2004, Scalar is headquartered in Toronto, with offices in Montreal, Ottawa, London, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, and Victoria.
For further details, visit or follow Scalar on Twitter, @scalardecisions. (

Vistacan is a BC based Open Source health Platform development company focused on billing and interoperability modules leveraging world class applications including VistA, OpenEMR, MIRTH, and WebRTC. (