Let's Talk Informatics: One Person One Record and Physician Engagement (watch the recording)
The Nova Scotia Health Information Management and Technology team (IM/IT) is pleased to welcome Lindsay Bertrand, Ashely Miller and Sree Roy from Nova Scotia Health's One Person One Record (OPOR) team.
Guest speakers will share how they are leveraging technology to promote high-value physician collaboration as part of the One Person One Record program.
Lindsay Bertrand, Clinical Lead Physician Support - Lindsay is joining the OPOR team from the IWK where she was the interim manager of adult surgery and the perinatal special care unit and the prenatal clinic. Lindsay brings a vast experience in both children’s health where she worked as Respiratory Therapist and Anesthesia Assistant and is currently completing her Masters in Health Informatics.
Sree Roy, Clinical Informatics Lead, Physician Support - Sree brings years of IT experience in health care, telecommunication and banking industries. Sree joins us from Nova Scotia Health IM/IT where he worked in business analysis, IT operations, process improvement, and customer service. Sree has extensive experience solving business challenges through the adoption of technology.
Ashley Miller, Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO) - After graduating from medical school at University of Ottawa, Ashley completed her residency in Internal Medicine and General Internal Medicine at Memorial University in 2017. She also holds a Masters of Science in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from the London School of Economics, and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. She joined Dalhousie University in the Department of Medicine as Assistant Professor in 2017, and most recently was Acting Head in the Division of General Internal Medicine. Ashley is a virtual care advocate, leading first provincial eConsult pilot and remote home monitoring program on the COVID Community Virtual Care Team.