Director, Data and Analytics Strategy, Projects and Governance, Cancer Care Ontario
Board Vice-President, Digital Health Canada
Angela is an innovation-focused change driver with a track record of leading large-scale,
complex, transformational projects. She brings more than 20 years of leadership
experience in healthcare informatics to her role as the Director, Data & Analytics
Strategy, Projects & Governance at Cancer Care Ontario (CCO). She is responsible for the
implementation and management of the action plan to realize CCO’s Data & Analytics
She is also responsible for the execution of an integrated enterprise-wide
governance framework that incorporates policy and procedure setting, risk
identification and mitigation, stewardship, compliance, quality and privacy/legal
applications of data management and analytics. Previously, Angela was the Chief
Information Officer & Privacy Officer at Runnymede Healthcare Centre whereby she
spearheaded the IT build of a new 200-bed complex continuing care hospital. As the
Director, Information Technology at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
(CAMH), she successfully evolved the IT portfolio through a post-merger, Y2K and a
multi-year site redevelopment plan.
Angela has a Masters of Education (M.Ed.) with a
focus in Adult Education and is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and
Management Systems (CPHIMS). She is currently the elected Vice President on the
Board of Directors at Digital Health Canada. Angela is passionate about the opportunity
to accelerate a patient centric, value-driven healthcare system through the power of
data, analytics and technology.
Mark Vytvytskyy, MD, MSc
Founder and Innovation Leader of MiB Healthcare Solutions
Mark Vytvytskyy is the founder and innovation leader of MiB Healthcare Solutions, a boutique digital transformation agency that thrives on bringing innovation and excellence to the world of healthcare.
Mark blends clinical knowledge, business expertise and technology passion for delivering solutions that support patient engagement. As an MD and Executive MBA graduate Mark has more than ten years of experience
managing people, stakeholder’s engagements and delivery of complex clinical informatics projects, including business modernization, and process transformations in the healthcare sector.
Mark is a fellow at the Healthcare Leadership Academy and sits at Canada Ukraine Chambers of Commerce, George Brown Clinical Informatics and McMaster eHealth
Senior Product Manager, Digital Health at QHR Technologies
David is the Senior Product Manager of Digital Health at QHR Technologies, an Electronic Medical Records Software Company. He previously worked at the Ministry of Health and
Long Term Care, and is passionate about representing patients’ needs, so their voice can be heard when it comes to developing
digital health tools and key policies.
Manager, Michael Garron Hospital
Brian is a process improvement professional with an academic background in industrial engineering and artificial intelligence. He is currently a manager within the finance portfolio at the Michael Garron Hospital, a community-based hospital, where he manages revenue operations. His keen interest in AI has him leveraging data for insights and building analytical capacity. Prior to this role, Brian was the quality improvement lead for the hospital’s Emergency Department and served as a project manager on innovative initiatives in collaboration with MaRS.
Dr. Shanil Ebrahim
Health AI Leader
Omnia Practice, Deloitte
Dr. Shanil Ebrahim is the Health AI Leader in the Omnia AI practice at Deloitte. He is a Clinical Epidemiologist, and also holds a joint appointment as an Assistant Professor at McMaster University, and as a Researcher in the Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford University. Shanil has led complex AI and analytics strategies and solutions for hospitals, provincial health organizations and private health and life sciences entities. he has worked with clients internationally in Canada, USA, Switzerland and the Netherlands, and has had his work covered in 80+ publications in high-impact scientific journals and multiple news outlets.