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Morning Sessions

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How a digital-first approach to the management of uninsured services boosts revenue, enhances patient satisfaction and improves practice efficiency

8:00am - 8:30am

Navigating the complexities of uninsured services, an ever-expanding and challenging aspect of a physician's practice, demands significant administrative effort and tedious patient communication. Incumbent EMR vendors and practice management solutions fall short in this area, while legacy annual/block fee collection services provide only limited benefits. If these pain points resonate, there is a better way. DocNote revolutionizes the management of uninsured services, forms, and reports with remote access possibilities. In this session you will learn how to: 

  1. Eliminate discomfiting, time-consuming fee discussions
  2. Maximize revenue through the capture of all eligible services
  3. Ensure prompt and secure access to reports and forms
  4. Automate billing and delivery processes

Join Dr. Sean Peterson and Dr. John O’Mahony to explore how DocNote’s digital-first approach can transform your practice and delight your patients today.

Afternoon Sessions


Letting Doctors be Doctors: Reducing Administrative Burden

12:30pm - 1:00pm

Administrative burden is a threat to Ontario’s health-care system and to the well-being of physicians. It contributes to the doctor shortage and to physician burnout which is currently at an all time high. What can we do to reduce administrative burden in the health care system? The panel will discuss a variety of solutions, from reducing red tape to using innovative new technology to help doctors get back to being doctors. 

Presented by Dr. Andrew Park, President, OMA, Dr. Chandi Chandrasena, Chief Medical Officer, OntarioMD, Dr. Scott Elliott, Chair, OMA Forms Committee, and Dr. Simron Singh, Member, OMA Burnout Task Force


Digital Transformation Will Modernize Healthcare in Canada, But How Will It Impact the Physician Experience?

12:30pm - 1:00pm

This session will cover a family physician's perspective on both the current challenges and sources of hope in Canada's digital health landscape, a brief overview of the current state of digital health, using data from our Infoway Performance team and a brief overview of Infoway's current work: Interoperability (including the roadmap and clinical use cases); PrescribeIT; ODT.

Presented by Dr. Rashaad Bhyat, Senior Clinical Leader, Canada Health Infoway