e-Health Conference 2016

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Receptions - 048Dinner and Awards - 008
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Dinner and Awards - 089Hackathon Presentations - 058


Program at a Glance


Program at a Glance 2016

2016 Abstract Presentations 

Monday June 6 | 13:30 – 15:30

CS01     Monday, June 6     13:30 – 15:30     Meeting Room 7     Consumer Health and Privacy CS01.01 Sharing Is Caring: Managing Privacy in Consumer Health Solutions
CS01.03   Innovating Privacy through the Advanced Privacy Monitoring Solution
CS01.04  Identity, Consent and Privacy Solutions for a Brave New World

CS02     Monday, June 6     13:30 – 15:30     Meeting Room 8     Exploring the EHR Landscape in Canada
CS02.01&   Growth of the iEHR in Canada: Maturity of Benefits
CS02.02&  Growth of the iEHR in Canada: User Adoption Landscape
CS02.03&    Clinical and Organizational Value: Benefits Realization in South West Ontario
CS02.04    The Patient Safety Impact of EHRs

HS01     Monday, June 6     13:30 – 15:30     Meeting Room 16     COACH Session: 2016 National Digital Health Leadership Survey Results & Shaping the Digital Health Community One Member at a Time HS01.01       2016 National Digital Health Leadership Survey Results
HS01.02       Shaping the Digital Health Community One Member at a Time (interactive Town Hall session)

ER01     Monday, June 6     13:30 – 14:15     Ballroom B     eRants
ER01.3     Can Wicked Problems Help Fix our Strategies to Fit Healthcare?

HS01     Monday, June 6     13:30 – 15:30     Meeting Room 10     The Changing Face of Care Delivery CS03.01  Strengthening the Circle of Care: First Nations Personal Health Record
CS03.02  Managing Change as Patients Access Their Personal Health Record
CS03.03  Complex Care Coordination – Delivering Efficient Service and Quality Health Outcomes
CS03.04  Patient Portal Interface Design Models Based on Psychological Theories

PS01     Monday, June 6     13:30 – 15:30     Meeting Room 11     Digital Health Benefits Across Settings PS01.01 Activating e-Health: Adoption and Benefits of EMR use in Canadian Outpatient Clinics
PS01.02 Activating e-Health: Successful Change through Policy, Organizations, and Patients

PS02 &CS04     Monday, June 6 13:30 – 15:30     Meeting Room 12     Regional Approaches to Implementation
PS02.01 Linking Practice, Technology and Quality: A Clinical Standards Journey
CS04.01 Lab Interoperability – More than Just LOINC Mapping
CS04.02     Reconfiguring Provincial Health Information Project Success with CM

CS05     Monday, June 6     13:30 – 15:30     Meeting Room 13     Virtual Care Delivery Models/strong CS05.01 Practicing on the Cloud
CS05.02 Rethinking Telemedicine Strategic Design
CS05.03 From Obsolete Technology to a Better Wound Care Teleassistance Service
CS05.04 Supporting Clinical Diagnosis of Febrile Disease in Tanzania with mHealth

CS06     Monday, June 6     13:30 – 15:30     Meeting Room 14     Virtual Care Delivery Models/strong CS06.01 Synoptic Reporting: Project to Provinical Program
CS06.02 Using CDA for Clinical Interoperability
CS06.03 Project QBIC – Quality Based Improvements in Care
CS06.04 Pan-Canadian Strategy for Adoption and Use of Nursing Data Standards

CS07     Monday, June 6     13:30 – 15:30     Ballroom A Engagement: Patient Care Coordination/strong CS07.01 Community Shared Services – by the Community for the Community
CS07.02 Streamlining Community Support Service Referrals in TC-LHIN to Increase Clinician Adoption
CS07.03 Reactive to Proactive: Delivering Improved, Safe Care in the Community
CS07.04  Cross-Sector Client Journey: Intergration of Primary and Community Care Data

CS08     Monday, June 6     13:30 – 15:30     Meeting Room 17 Consumer Health: Using Digital Health to Manage Chronic Conditions/strong CS08.01 Delivering Integrated Health Care through a Virtual Patient Engagement Platform
CS08.02  Digital Health Decision Support Eco-System for Standardized Atrial Fibrillation Care
CS08.03 CPRPM-A Sustainable Model for Integrated Community-Based Care Coordination & Prevention
CS08.04  Assessing Smartphone Application Usage with Google Analytics and Other Measures

CS09     Monday, June 6     13:30 – 15:30     Meeting Room 18     IT Planning and Governance to Drive Health System Change CS09.01 Overhauling your IM/IT Governance Engine for Optimal Performance
CS09.02 Our Journey to a Single Health Record within Fraser Health
CS09.03 How CIHI’s Data Supply-Strategy Will Maximize Your eHealth Investments
CS09.04 Driving with the Headlights On: Automating Complex Capacity Planning

Tuesday June 7 | 11:00 – 16:00

CS10     Tuesday, June 7     11:00 – 12:30     Ballroom A     EMR/EHR Transformation: Benefits Realization CS10.01     Achieving Clinical Transformation with an Electronic Health Record: Progress Report
CS10.02 Leveraging the EMR: Lessons from Canada’s HIMSS Davies Winner

CS11     Tuesday, June 7     11:00 – 12:30     Ballroom B     EMR Analytics CS11.01 EMR-Enabled Improved Outcomes and ROI: Internationally Examples of Local Adaptability
CS11.02 EMR-Enabled Continuous Improvement: EMR-Facilitated Highest Safety and Outcomes
CS11.03 EMR-The Connected EMR: Increasing Clinical Value App by App
CS11.04     Bending the Surgical Cost Curve: Engaging Surgeons with Actionable Analytics

PS03 & CS12     Tuesday, June 7  1:00 – 12:30     Meeting Room 7     Opportunities & Challenges of Interoperability PS03.01 EMR-Everyone Hates Interoperability – Let’s Fix That CS12.01    Partnerships to Drive Clinical Interoperability

CS13     Tuesday, June 7     11:00 – 12:30     Meeting Room 8     Keeping Patients at Home CS13.01 Casting a Wide Net: Integrating Home Medications into an EHR
CS13.02 Implementing a Multi-Jurisdictional Telepathology Solution – a Pan-Canadian Proof of Concept
CS13.03 People First, Technology Second- Best Practice Sharing for Telemonitoring Programs

CS14     Tuesday, June 7     11:00 – 12:30     Meeting Room 10     Medication Systems’ Design CS14.01  Building Acceptable EMR Decision Supports for Seniors’ Medication Management
CS14.02  Medication Administration Documentation: Better Traceability in eMAR ?
CS14.03 Implementation of a Cross-Continuum Closed Loop Medication System

PS04 & CS15     Tuesday, June 7     11:00 – 12:30     Meeting Room 12     Large Scale Change PS04.01 Learnings from an Inter-Organizational Collaboration Connecting Provincial PharmaNet Data
CS15.01 Architecting for an Innovative Digital Health Enterprise in Nova Scotia

PS05 & CS16     Tuesday, June 7     11:00 – 12:30     Meeting Room 11     Keeping Pace with Data Sharing PS05.01 Data Sharing Agreements – Are They Friend or Foe?
CS16.01 Unlikely Bedfellows? Innovation and Data Meet Privacy and Access!

CS17     Tuesday, June 7     11:00 – 12:30     Meeting Room 13     Digital Health Expertise CS17.01 Integrating Consumer Health in Next Generation Teaching for Patient-Centred Healthcare
CS17.02 Peer Networks to Integrate Digital Health Competencies in Nursing Education
CS17.03 Train the Trainers – Medical Education in an Era of eHealth

CS18     Tuesday, June     11:00 – 12:30     Ballroom C     User Experiences CS18.01    Understanding How Physicians Process Data in Critical Care Information Systems
CS18.02  Physician Satisfaction with a Provincial Critical Care Information System
CS18.03  Remote Monitoring and Self-Management Support to Prevent Exacerbations in COPD
CS18.04  A New Framework for Generating Clinical Requirements for eHealth Solutions

CS19     Tuesday, June 7     11:00 – 12:30     Meeting Room 16     Innovations in Scheduling CS19.01 Digitization of the Provincial Mobile Mammography Screening Program at BCCA
CS19.02  Solving the Relief Shift Dilemma
CS19.03  Utilizing learnings from Cervical Screening Reminder Calls Pilot for Spread

PS06 & CS20     Tuesday, June 7     11:00 – 12:30     Meeting Room 17     Large Scale Adoption PS06.01  eHealth or eShelf?
CS20.01  Transforming Alberta’s Referral Experience: Connecting Patients and Healthcare Professionals

CS21     Tuesday, June 7     11:00 – 12:30     Meeting Room 18     User Engagement CS21.01  We’ve Come a Long Way, Maybe? Clinicians and IT
CS21.02 Driving Clinical Adoption and Change with Physicians
CS21.03 Implementation of an Ambulatory EMR: Lessons Learned

HS03  Tuesday, June 7  14:30 – 16:00  Meeting Room 11  Infoway Session HS03.01 Launching Canada’s First Multi-Jurisdiction Electronic Prescribing Initiative
HS03.02  Virtual visits in British Columbia: System, Patient and Physician Perspectives

CS22     Tuesday, June 7     14:30 – 16:00     Ballroom A Transformational Change Through Innovation CS22.01 Aligning IT Services to Business Needs: Business Relationship Management Approach
CS22.02 Clinical Knowledge and Content Management – A Program’s Journey
CS22.03 Clinical Governance through Transformational Change and Creating a Learning Organization

PS08 & CS24     Tuesday, June 7     14:30 – 16:00     Meeting Room 7     Approaches to Accessing Health Data PS08.01 Minors Access to Their Information: Pandora’s Box Is Open
CS24.01 eHealth Federation – Boldly Going Where No One Has Gone Before

CS25 Tuesday, June 7 14:30 – 16:00  Meeting Room 8 Making Interoperability Work for Clinicians CS25.01 Applying a New Generation of Standardization for Clinical Care
CS25.02 Clinical Information Systems Integration: Connecting Health Authority and Provincial Systems
CS25.03 Moving the Yard Sticks in the Community

CS26 & PS09     Tuesday, June 7     14:30 – 16:00     Meeting Room 10     Collaboration Across Organizational Boundaries CS26.01  Matching Policy to Innovation: The Champlain BASE eConsult Service PS09.01 Overcoming the Many Challenges of Multi-Organizational Collaboration

CS27     Tuesday, June 7     14:30 – 16:00     Ballroom C    mHealth: Strategy, Standards & Approaches CS27.01     Got Mobile? The Building Blocks of Mobile Health
CS27.02     Interoperability: Jaded, Bitter but Hopeful
CS27.03     Mobile-Based Assessment of Gait and Executive Function in a Neurorehabilitation Setting

CS28     Tuesday, June 7    14:30 – 16:00    Meeting Room 12    Telehealth for Chronic Disease Management CS28.01     Innovative Care Delivery Models: the Success of Home Health Monitoring
CS28.02     Expanding Telehomecare in Ontario – Using a Pragmatic Research Approach
CS28.03     Where Does Telemonitoring Fit in Our Healthcare

CS29    Tuesday, June 7    14:30 – 16:00    Meeting Room 13    Big Data Analytics CS29.01     Health Data Analytics Platform to Optimize Pathology Laboratory Operations
CS29.02     Advancing the Use of Health Analytics in Canada
CS29.03     Big Data in Manitoba, Linking Primary Care and Administrative Data

CS30    Tuesday, June 7    14:30 – 16:00    Meeting Room 15    Patient Engagement CS30.01     Chatham-Kent Health Link High User Management Program: Impressive Initial Results
CS30.02     e-Patients in B.C.: Building eHealth Capacity through Public Participation

CS31    Tuesday, June 7    14:30 – 16:00    Meeting Room 16    Developing Expertise CS31.01     Integrating Today’s Health Information Technology into Health Professional Education
CS31.02     Researching the Realities behind Our Talent Shortage
CS31.03     Catching Godot: Competencies for Today’s and Tomorrow’s Challenges

CS32    Tuesday, June 7    14:30 – 16:00    Meeting Room 17    Using Analytics to Drive Improvement CS32.01     Population Grouper Decision Support for Health Care and Policy Decisions
CS32.02     Using Standards to Inform Quality, Drive Improvement in Long-Term Care
CS32.03     Closing the Data Gap in Ambulatory Care

CS33 & PS10    Tuesday, June 7     14:30 – 16:00    Meeting Room 18    Impact of Technology CS33.01     “Uber”-fication of Healthcare is Coming to Canada
PS10.01     Doctor, the Patient Will See You Now on Screen 4!

PS07    Tuesday, June 7    14:30 – 16:00    Ballroom B    First Nations eHealth Initiatives: Culturally Relevant Health & Wellness PS07.01     Working with BC’s First Nations as a Partner in Health & Wellness
PS07.02     Upstream Investments to Increase Quality and Utilization of Telemedicine Services
PS07.03     eANISKOPITAK “Tying Together the Clusters through eHealth Systems”
PS07.04     Client-Centric Health Information Management for Consumer Health Advancements
PS07.05     eHealth Infrastructure

CS23    Tuesday, June 7    15:30 – 16:00    Ballroom B    Incentivizing Change CS23.01     Why ePrescribing in Canada Needs a Kick-Start

Wednesday June 8 | 08:30 – 10:00

CS34    Wednesday, June 8    08:30 – 10:00    Meeting Room 2    Big Thinking in ICT and EHR CS34.01     Healthtech Maturity Model – Beyond EMRAM for Better Clinical Outcomes
CS34.02     No More Borders: Expanding Successful eHealth Solutions across Canada
CS34.03     Building Effective IM-IT Governance in the Community Sector

CS35    Wednesday, June 8    08:30 – 10:00Meeting Room 3nbsp;   Clinical Decision Support CS35.01     An Intelligent WBAN System for Heart Disease Prediction Using NSGA
CS35.02     Enabling Advanced Analytics: Alignment of Strategy, Technology, and Organizational Structure
CS35.03     Identifying Patients at Risk of Heart Failure Using Semantic Technology

CS36nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   08:30 – 10:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 8nbsp;   Improving Medication Management CS36.01     IV to PO Transitions: Reality-Based, Impactful Medication Management through Technology
CS36.02     Digital Order Sets Support Patient Safety by Increasing VTE Prophylaxis
CS36.03     A Disease Specific Drug Alert – Interpreting Alert Data

CS37nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   08:30 – 10:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 10nbsp;   Focused Strategy for Improved Communications CS37.01     E-magine ePROs: Personalizing Care with Electronic Patient Reported Outcomes Collection
CS37.02     E-magine ePROs: CCO’s Analytics Driven Cancer Screening Marketing Campaign Design in Action
CS37.03     E-magine ePROs: Improving Transitions through Implementation and Evaluation of Standardized Discharge Summary

CS38nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   08:30 – 10:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 11nbsp;   Telehealth and Video Conferencing CS38.01     E-magine ePROs: Transforming Hyperacute Stroke Care through Telehealth: The Manitoba Experience
CS38.02     E-magine ePROs: TeleMS Virtual Consultations in Vancouver Island
CS38.03     EHealth Enabled Aged Care Nursing for Rural and Regional Australia

CS39nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   08:30 – 10:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 12nbsp;   Patient Engagement – Patient Engagement – Mobile Mental Health Apps CS39.01     Innovative Applications for Redesigning Youth Mental Health Experiences: myEXP Apps
CS39.02     Design Guideline for Mobile Applications for Mental-Health Conditions in Seniors
CS39.03     Usability Evaluation of a Computerized Behavioral Intervention for Diabetes Management

PS11 &CS40nbsp;   Tuesday, June 8     08:30 – 10:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 13nbsp;   Continuity of Care PS11.01     What interRAI Interoperability Means for Continuity of Care
CS40.01     Continuity of Care Delivery – Planning, Enabling and Assessing

CS41nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   08:30 – 10:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 15nbsp;   Professional Development CS41.01     Developing Business Intelligence Expertise through Academic-Public-Private Partnerships
CS41.02     Promoting Continuous Professional Development for Clinical Information Specialists
CS41.03     Mentoring and Developing Change Management Leaders

CS42nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   08:30 – 10:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 16nbsp;   Workflow Process Modelling CS42.01     Front-Line Adoption of Champlain BASE eConsult – A Success Story

CS43nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   08:30 – 10:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 17nbsp;   Communities of Care CS43.01     From Smart to Smarter – First Nation Health Centres Utilizing Broadband,br/>CS43.02     Redefining Health System Emergency Management Communications for 2015 Pan American Games
CS43.03     Imagine…Opportunities for Virtual Health Care in Manitoba First Nations

CS44nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   08:30 – 10:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 18nbsp;   Approaches to Public Health CS44.01     Panorama Implementation Challenges: A Case of Manitoba First Nations
CS44.02     Innovative Approach to Improve Immunization Management in Canada
CS44.03     One Root, Many Routes: Impacts of User-Based System Design

CS45nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   10:30 – 12:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 2nbsp;   EMR Adoption and Use CS45.01     Pulling Together: A Team-Based Approach to Enhancing EMR Use
CS45.02     Cultivating EHR Success: Collaborative “Linking Thinking” to Realize Benefits
CS45.03     Big Data in Small Places

CS46nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   10:30 – 12:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 3nbsp;   Data & Dashboards CS46.01     Enhanced EMR Value for Physicians with an EMR Physician Dashboard
CS46.02     Supporting Local Analysis with National Data Through Data Visualization
CS46.03     Using Data Transparency to Delays and Interruptions to Patient Care

PS12nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   10:30 – 12:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 8nbsp;   Consumer Health PS12.01     Identifying the Value to the Client in Consumer Health Solutions
PS12.01 (cont.)     Changing how we share Information with Clients and Family
PS12.01 (cont.)     Implementation of Ontario Shores Patient Portal
PS12.02     Use of Innovative Consumer Health Solutions to Manage Chronic Disease

CS47nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   10:30 – 12:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 10nbsp;   Professional Education CS47.01     Thinking Big about EMR: Fostering Extended Usage in Medical Practices
CS47.02     An Innovative Approach to Integrate Health Informatics into Pharmacy Curriculum
CS47.03     Transformational Learning: Preparing 35,000 Users for Electronic Health Record Implementation

CS48nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   10:30 – 12:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 11nbsp;   Public Health -Lessons Learned CS48.01     Lessons Learned from the Greatest System Implementation That Never Was
CS48.02     An Audit of the Panorama Public Health IT System
CS48.03     Lessons Learned: Applying Lean Principles to EHR Implementations

CS49nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   10:30 – 12:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 12nbsp;   EHR Implementation CS49.01     HIS Canadianization: Challenges and Solutions
CS49.02     Implementing an Interoperable Electronic Health Record in Nunavut
CS49.03     What You Need to Know about First Nation eHealth Projects

CS50nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   10:30 – 12:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 13nbsp;   Planning Best Practices CS50.01     Improving Care and Analytics through CDM-QIP
CS50.02     The Impact of eHealth on Pharmacetuical Care
CS50.03     Promoting Evidence-Based Best Practices Through Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs)

CS51nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   10:30 – 12:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 15nbsp;   Cross Continuum Analytics-Connecting Data for Better Care CS51.01     Supporting “One Client, One Team” in Palliative Care
CS51.02     Analyzing Health Data Across Care Systems: Joint Data Warehouse
CS51.03     Promoting Use of Clinical Analytics in Primary Care Sector

CS52nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   10:30 – 12:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 16nbsp;   Telehealth = Urban and Rural CS52.01     Extending Telehealth in a Multi-Site Academic Hospital – Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere
CS52.02     Driving Distance to Northern Ontario Telemedicine Units Measures Healthcare Access
CS52.03     Clinical Telemedicine Utilization in Ontario over the Ontario Telemedicine Network

CS53nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   10:30 – 12:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 17nbsp;   Patient Communication Tools CS53.01     Power of Interactive Video Dramas for Men’s Smoking Cessation
CS53.02     Understanding Usage Patterns from Asthma Patients – Lessons from Breathe
CS53.03     Mobile Patient Diary with Decision Support for Chronic Disease Self-Management

CS54nbsp;   Wednesday, June 8nbsp;   10:30 – 12:00nbsp;   Meeting Room 18nbsp;   First Nations Health CS54.01     Building the Manitoba First Nations Network of the Future Initiative
CS54.02     Improving Access to First Nations Population Health Information through Partnerships
CS54.03     BC First Nations Telehealth Expansion: Connecting Communities with Providers


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