December 8, 2022
8 am - 1:30 pm (ET)
In-Person | The Rideau Club, Ottawa
The pandemic proved Canada’s health care system can — and must continue — to share data to deliver the best services for Canadians.
On December 8, The Data Effect will bring together 100 of Canada’s public and private leadership in Ottawa with the expertise to continue advances in health data sharing.
As the Chief Public Health Officer’s most recent report put it, we have a clear challenge: “in Canada, we are still working with multiple independent data systems that do not speak or connect with each other… One key step will be to establish an interoperable system that facilitates the linking and pooling of data from various sources, including epidemiological, clinical, and administrative data”.
There are rapidly emerging new tools to meet the mission of fully using our health-care data resources — all of which make new tools like AI more impactful. Each requires a mix of technology and leadership by our data stewards at the provincial, federal level, as well in doctors’ offices..
For the past decade, The Data Effect has been assembling Canada’s leaders on the cutting edge of how to use data for the public good.
Building off our recent public research and summary report on dialogue, this event in our nation’s capital will focus on how we can marry new policy and technologies to leverage public and private health care data to benefit all Canadians.
Chief Data Officer and
Director General - Data Management,
Analysis and Innovation,
Public Health Agency of Canada
SVP & General Manager,
Canada Research Chair in Medical AI,
University of Ottawa
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Integrating Data: How to responsibly integrate data from varying sources in Canada (including non-health sources), to improve health research and care?
New Ideas and Tech: Opportunities to advance capabilities in synthetic data, data visiting and other emerging technologies and practices
Change Management: Policy, technology or governance - which is most important - or how can they be combined - to improve health outcomes?
Accountability, Sovereignty, and Health Data: Privacy-minded health rules for the digital age
Data Agility: How public health can be fast and adaptive, especially in response to major risks like future pandemics
Artificial Intelligence: How can we best leverage ethical AI in transforming Canadian health?
Panel: The Added Value of Connected Data
If there is broad agreement that connecting data sets can serve the public good and Canada’s public health - how do we prove it? How has COVID-19 highlighted the challenges and opportunities of connected data and analysis, and what needs to happen next?
Responsible Access to Health Data Using Synthetic Data Generation
Panel: Tools to Leverage Different Sources of Data
Data resides across many different verticals - what are emerging technologies that allow us to most effectively leverage insight from different sources, without sacrificing privacy and security?
Panel: Data Stewardship, Services and Sharing: and the road to a stronger public health data ecosystem
Our world is both more connected, and more fractured, than ever. Our systems and people create more than 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day, yet our ability to use it to improve our quality of life and our environment is siloed and happens in fits and starts. How might we use the foundations of stewardship, service and sharing to spark and inspire an ecosystem approach to public health?
Lunch & Reception