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P3 Showcases

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P3 showcases are sponsor-hosted sessions highlighting a public-private project.

Showcases #1–3

Wednesday, June 1, 2022
2:30–3:15 p.m. EDT


Hosted by Novartis Biome

Details to come.


Hosted by Microsoft

Details to come.

P3S3 Nova Scotia Health: Purpose-driven analytics

Hosted by Tableau

An in-depth review of the creation and execution of NS Health’s analytics strategy. This session will detail how NS Health has advanced from an organization with an unhealthy distrust of data to one with a thriving data-driven culture where decisions made without data are now the exception rather than the rule.


  • Matthew Murphy, Chief Data Officer and Senior Director, Strategy & Performance, Nova Scotia Health

Showcases #4–6

Thursday, June 2, 2022
2:45–3:30 p.m. EDT

P3S4 Implementing a successful COPD post-discharge virtual program

Hosted by Aetonix

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) outcomes in their region through partnerships, quality improvements, and virtual care to support COPD patients post-discharge.


  • Michel Paquet, CEO & Founder, Aetonix Systems Inc.
  • Adam Hambly, Respiratory Therapist, Belleville & Quinte West Community Health Centre
  • Dave Jones, Respiratory Therapist, ProResp Inc.

P3S5 From private to public: Lumeca's virtual care journey

Hosted by Lumeca

How one virtual care company went from being a private virtual clinic to the tool of choice for the entire province of Saskatchewan. Tom will discuss the components leading to a successful P3 agreement and the potential for virtual health to change and improve healthcare delivery.


  • Cassandra Klassen, Principal, Prairies Health, Accenture


  • Tom Douglass, CEO, Lumeca Health

P3S6 What can Russia and China see within your healthcare organization?

Hosted by Norima Consulting

Healthcare organizations more than ever need to have comprehensive visibility on their external attack surface for what nation / state, organized crime, hacktivists and lone wolf threat actors can see and access to implement ransomware attacks.


  • Steve Habermehl, VP, Security Services, spiderSilk
  • Damon Palmer, Strategy & Population Health Lead, Norima Consulting