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October 24-25, 2019

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Canadian Diagnostic Executive Forum

in conjunction with The Dark Report hosted by 

In-Common Laboratories

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Canadian Diagnostic Executive Forum – October 24/25, 2019 – Westin Harbour Castle Hotel

Lab leaders and senior diagnostic executives must attend the Canadian Diagnostic Executive Forum if you are specifically looking for experiences, ideas, and solutions to take back and apply in your hospitals. You will be able to network with your peers and vendors, and attendees will share an interest in creating positive change to lab operations. This 2-day event is packed with exciting and thought provoking sessions that will stimulate discussion like the use of drones in sample transport, Artificial Intelligence, digital pathology and other great sessions. The cross-country check up will feature leaders and innovators across Canada sharing their innovations, challenges and success stories.  The program will culminate with Jim Estill, CM OOnt, a Canadian technology entrepreneur, executive and philanthropist who will share his journey of innovation and success in business and in life.

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Program

  

   

 

Thursday morning – October 24


 

7.30 – 8.30


Registration   & breakfast


 

8.30 - 8.40


Welcome


Isaac Gould

CEO In-Common Laboratories

 

8.40 – 9:15


Hot topics for labs today


Robert Michel

CEO Dark Intelligence Group

 


Managing in changing times


 

9.15 – 9.45


Positioning the lab as a strategic   pillar


Khosrow Shotorbani, 

Founder, CEO

Lab 2.0 Strategic Services, LLC

President, CEO

Project Santa Fe Foundation. 

Salt Lake City, UT

 

9.45 – 10.15


Managing Utilization – lowering costs   and increasing value to the patient


Dr. Michelle Scholzberg 

St Michael’s Hospital

 

10.15 – 10.30


Break


 

10.30 – 11.00


One lab’s experience managing   personnel through multiple changes: outsourcing microbiology, test   utilization, POCT, maintaining morale and no jobs lost.


Tanya Solberg

Director,   Diagnostic & Therapeutic Services

Yukon Hospitals

 

11.00 – 11.30


Do you have the right people doing the right jobs in your   lab? Do you know what skills you will need in 5 years time and where to find   them? 


Kelli-Ann Lemieux, 

Health Science North

Sudbury

 

11.30 – 12.00


Panel discussion


4 speakers

 

12.00– 1.00


Lunch


 

1.00 – 1.20


Next   generation technology


Norma Page

V-P, Clinical Operations, DynaLIFE   Medical Labs

 

1.20 – 1.50


LabCANDx   an initiative to explore the value of laboratory diagnostics within the   health system. Providing leadership and creating awareness of the importance and relevance of laboratory medicine in a   sustainable healthcare system


Dr David Kinniburgh

Director, Alberta Centre for Toxicology

Founding member LabCANDx

 

1.50 – 5.15


Cross Country check up

Updates from across Canada on the   latest innovations, challenges and new technologies being implemented in   laboratories.


 

1.50


Nova Scotia


Shauna Thompson

Senior Director

Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

NS Health Authority 

 

2.10


New Brunswick


Heather Kyle

Administrative Director Laboratory   Medicine

Horizon Health Network, NB

 

2.30


Quebec


Ralph Dadoun

Ministry of Health, QC

 

2.50


Ontario 


Laurie Turner

Fasken

 

3.10 – 3.25


Break


 

3.25


Saskatchewan


Lenore Howey

Executive Director of Laboratory   Services

Saskatchewan Health Authority

 

3.45


Alberta


Tammy Hofer

Chief Operating Officer

Alberta Public Laboratories 

 

4.05


Yukon


Tanya Solberg

Director,   Diagnostic & Therapeutic Services

Yukon Hospitals

 

4.25


British Columbia


Joanne Isber

Director, Laboratory Operations,   Interior

Health, BC

 

4.45 – 5.15


Panel


all speakers

 

5.15 – 5.30


Summary


Robert Michel

 

5.30 – 7.00


Reception


  

   

Time


Topic/theme


Speaker

 

Friday morning – October 25


 

7.30 – 8.30


Breakfast


 

8.30 – 8.45


Thoughts from Day 1


Robert Michel

 


Looking to the future


 

8.45 – 9.15


How Drones, sensors and new   technologies are poised to increase the quality and accuracy of specimen   transport and logistics


Andreas   Raptopolous US 

 

9.15 – 9.45


Next generation POCT – currently on   the international space station, coming to you soon! Provides results faster   and cheaper, using lensless microscopy technology


Dr. Alan Fine

CEO Alentic Microscience 

 

9.45 – 10.15


Do you wonder what happens to your   samples in transit? A new and innovative approach to sample tracking during   transport can answer that question. A study of hospital pneumatic tube   systems led to changes 


Dr. Franziska Broell 

CEO Motryx

 

10.15 – 10.30


Break


 

10.30 – 11.00


A discussion of the ethical, scientific and   clinical challenges for the appropriate care of patient populations with   diverse gender identities along the path of the laboratory process.


Dr. Miranda Wozniak 

Deputy Ontario Medical   Director, LifeLabs

 

11.00 – 11.20


Panel for questions


4 speakers

 

11.30 – 12.15


Next generation technology, moving technology and tests   from innovation into the mainstream.


Jason Pincock

CEO DynaLIFE   Diagnostics

 

12.15 – 1.15


Lunch


 

Friday afternoon


Lab   medicine 2.0


 

1.15 – 1.45


Precision   medicine - A research program firmly entrenched in cancer genomics to   understand the mutational landscape of cancer. A significant part of the   research program is to determine within specific cancers how the specific   oncogenic profile with a individual cancer might be innovatively exploited. 


Dr Steven Jones

Head of Bioinformatics   and Co-Director, Canada's Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre, BC Cancer

 

1.45 – 2.15


How Blockchain can transform managing   data in the lab.


Toufi Saliba 

CEO Privacy Shell

Adam Cole

Vice President of IT 

Canadian Clinical Trial   Network

 

2.15 – 2.45


Digital Pathology – a case study of   the implementation of digital pathology in a large teaching hospital


Dr Bich Nguyen

Chief of Pathology

CHUM (University of   Montreal Health Centre)

[TRIBVN Healthcare ]

 

2.45 – 3.15


Panel for questions


3 speakers

 

3.15 – 3.30


Break


 

3.30 – 4.15


An inspirational innovation journey


Jim Estill, CM, OOnt

CEO Danby Appliances & CEO   ShipperBee

 

4.15 – 4.30


Wrap up


Robert & ICL

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