EMR Every Step Conference - London 2018
OntarioMD's Flagship conference returns in 2018.
The EMR: Every Step Conference is an interactive day to learn about what's new in certified Electronic Medical Records (EMRs), participate in EMR training workshops , network with your peers and visit the vendor showcase. This is Canada's largest EMR conference series and is an ideal venue to get inspired on how to get more benefits from your EMR!
This Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 7.5 Mainpro+ credits (transferrable for specialists).
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Online registration is closed. We will be accepting Walk-ins at registration tomorrow. The regular rate is $106.20 plus HST and student rate is $53.10 plus HST. Cash and Credit Card payments are both available
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- Regular Rate - $106.20 plus HST
- Student Rate - $53.10 plus HST
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Closing the Gap: Using EMRs to improve health equity
In this opening keynote Dr. Tara Kiran will address how family physicians can consider collecting an d using data in their EMR to address the social determinants of health.
Presented by Dr. Tara Kiran, Family Physician and Clinician Scientist in the St. Michael’s Hospital Academic Family Health Team and Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto
About Dr. Tara Kiran:
Dr. Tara Kiran is a family physician and clinician scientist in the St. Michael’s Hospital Academic Family Health Team and Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto. She is an Associate Scientist at the Centre for Urban Health Solutions, St. Michael’s Hospital and an Adjunct Scientist at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences. In 2015, she was awarded a New Investigator Award from the North American Primary Care Research Group for her program of research evaluating the impact of Ontario’s primary care reforms. Dr. Kiran has led her Family Health Team’s Quality Improvement program for the last six years and is actively working to understand and improve quality of primary care. As of October 2016, she has taken on a new role as an Embedded Clinician Researcher with Health Quality Ontario where she is developing a program of research to improve care for patients transitioning from hospital to home.
Given the wait times that primary care providers all struggle with, wouldn’t it be great to be able to obtain a specialist’s opinion in a more timely manner?
In this presentation attendees, will learn about:Which types of issues are appropriate for e-consultsThe advantages (and disadvantages) of e-consultsThe steps that we took to get both primary care physicians and specialists on boardThe actual referral process the wait times for e-consults the feedback from patients, family doctors and specialists
Presented by Dr. Anil Maheshwari, Chief of Family Medicine, Cambridge Memorial Hospital and OntarioMD Physician Peer Leader
This presentation will demonstrate how the use of order sets, documentation templates, automated decision support, reporting tools, and patient portals can be used to improve mental health care delivery. A particular focus will be paid to improving process efficiencies and quality of care.
Presented by Dr. Ilan Fischler, Physician-in-Chief and Medical Director, Clinical Informatics, Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences