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Livestream: Experts Discuss "AI and Machine Learning in Healthcare: Getting to Practical Application(s)"

5:00pm sharp to 6:15pm EST livestream

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Speaker Series | Panel Discussion | Healthcare

Date: Thursday December 10, 2020 | 05:00 PM - 06:15 PM
Speaker(s): Dr. Trevor Jamieson, Chief Medical Informatics Officer (CMIO), Unity Health
Dr. Alexandra Greenhill, Founder, CEO, Chief Medical Officer, Careteam Technologies Inc.
Kathryn Wortsman, Managing Partner, Amplify Capital

MODERATOR: Will Falk, Adjunct Professor and Executive-in-Residence, Rotman School of Management
Topic: "AI and Machine Learning in Healthcare: Getting to Practical Application(s)"
Venue:

Online. Details on how to access the livestream will be sent to you by email after registering.

Location: Online
Cost: Free to attend. Registration is required by 1:00pm on December 10.
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Session Summary: Join us for a panel presentation exploring examples of the application of AI and machine learning in healthcare and life sciences. What are we learning?

About Our Speakers:

Dr. Alexandra T. Greenhill is one of Canada's leading physicians in digital health innovation and the cofounder CEO and Chief Medical Officer of Careteam Technologies, the digital health platform solving the fragmentation of healthcare that was the recipient of the Canadian Medical Associations' Joule Innovation Award.

After having implemented health innovation at scale and practiced medicine in Quebec, Ontario and BC, she now leads and advises Canada's most promising technology companies. Dr. Greenhill's work has received many recognitions, including Startup Canada’s Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award, YWCA Woman of Distinction - Entrepreneurship, WXN’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada, BIV Top 40 under 40 and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal of Service.

Trevor Jamieson is the CMIO of Unity Health Toronto, a large 3 site organization that spans academic, community, acute, ambulatory, rehabilitation and long term care, as well as the city of Toronto. In this role, he provides strategic guidance to the institution around the selection and implementation of health technologies from a clinical point of view. He is also an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto and has an academic interest in both virtual care and the intersection between health information technology implementation and quality improvement.

Kathryn Wortsman is based in Toronto and leads Amplify Capital LP II, a Canadian based impact venture fund focused on early stage technology companies solving for clean energy, improved education, and better health.

Kathryn started her career in investment banking and then went on to spent most of her 20-year career investing and managing venture capital and private equity in small to medium sized businesses both in New York and Toronto. In New York, Kathryn was a Principal with Constellation Ventures, a Bear Stearns sponsored venture capital fund and an Investment Director for the strategic insurance technology investments group for MetLife

Her passion in social finance was born 15 years ago when she joined Social Venture Partners NYC and then subsequently founded Social Venture Partners Toronto.

Kathryn holds a BA in Economics from the University of Western Ontario and an MBA from Columbia University in New York.

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