OntarioMD is taking our accredited Continuing Medical Education content and Peer Leader sessions on the road!  

We are offering you an opportunity to attend an interactive evening session near you to learn how your Electronic Medical Record (EMR) can provide your practice with additional, immediate clinical value. On the Road with OntarioMD gives you a chance to meet with OntarioMD Peer Leaders who will share their EMR expertise and advice to help manage today’s health care system challenges using your EMR. You can also network with other physicians and share and compare your experiences with an EMR to care for your patients and make office administration easier. 

This Group Learning program has been accredited by the College of Family Physicians of Canada’s Ontario Chapter for 2 hours of Mainpro+ credits.

Partnered Efforts for Safe Opioids Presentation


Complimentary for physicians and their staff. 
Dinner will be included.

Upcoming Locations and Dates: 

Wednesday, June 27, 2018
1351-D Kelly Lake Road,
Sudbury, Ontario
P3E 5P5

What Attendees are Saying: 

"Dear Dr. McLaren, I was with you this evening at the OntarioMD conference. I would like to thank you for the time you took to show us the embedded functionality within the EMR. I left the meeting today feeling excited about the potential of my EMR and how I can use it to build a better more reflective practice." 

– Dr. I. Malik, Family Physician

"I learned from my Peer Leader how to have better interaction with KAI, how to design eforms, the use of add on software (OCEAN) to streamline our operation."

– Mr. J. Hatton, Clinic Manager


6:00pm - 6:30pm

Name Tag Pick Up, Networking and Dinner

6:30pm - 7:30pm

Opioid prescribing is currently a very hot topic in Canada. New guidelines about safe handling of chronic pain with opioids have recently been released that highlight risk in the face of the 9.1 million prescriptions written for Ontarians every year. Yet physicians do not know where to turn to ask for help with difficult situations in chronic pain management. Through partnered efforts using data, practice reports, facilitation and education, we are poised to make a real difference in safety and appropriateness in opioid prescribing in Ontario. This session will highlight what the guidelines are, how to access useful resources, and how a clinician’s own EMR data may be used to identify patients who have been prescribed opioids for chronic pain.

Presented by an OntarioMD Peer Leader

7:30pm – 8:30pm

Looking for advice on how to realize more clinical value through your EMR? These round tables will give you the chance to meet with a Peer Leader who uses the same EMR as you do, ask questions and learn new tips and tricks that you can apply back in your practice.

Facilitated by OntarioMD Peer Leaders