Transforming Clinician Engagement to Optimize Health System Performance – OntarioMD’s CEO Robert Fox

Clinicians play a significant role in all decisions affecting health system quality. They are key players in any system improvement initiative. In this session, OntarioMD (OMD) CEO Robert Fox will provide an overview of the barriers health care system decision-makers face in trying to engage clinicians, particularly at the community level, and OMD’s strategies, solutions, and partnership opportunities to overcome challenges and facilitate clinician engagement in Ontario.

October 12, 2022
1:00 to 2:00 PM ET.

Free for TECHNATION Members & Government Employees
$25 for non-members – check here to see your company’s membership status:

Robert Fox, Chief Executive Officer
B.Sc., MBA (Major in Health Administration), CHE  

Robert Fox joined OntarioMD (OMD) as CEO in January 2022. Robert has 25 years of experience leading large teams, defining health policy and enhancing the health care system. Robert believes that the adoption of health care technology is a critical success factor for the optimization and sustainability of Canada’s health care system. 

Rob has held senior positions at two major technology companies, TELUS Health, and Cisco Systems, where he was responsible for digital transformation of health care delivery across Canada to improve patient outcomes and experiences through technology. In these roles, Rob was focussed on leveraging digital network and collaboration solutions to improve the quality of patient care in hospitals and enhancing the adoption of technology solutions to enable patient engagement with Ontario Health Teams. 

Prior to working in the health technology industry, Rob was an executive at St. Michael’s Hospital for 20 years where he held leadership positions in Quality, Laboratory Medicine, Corporate Performance & Strategy, Decision Support, and Capital Development. He played a crucial role at St. Michael’s Hospital in key projects such as the first fully automated hospital laboratory in Canada, the integration of Wellesley Hospital into St. Michael’s, and major construction projects such as the new patient tower and new research institute. Rob has also advised the Ontario Ministry of Health on capital infrastructure planning and the funding formula for hospitals.  

Rob holds an MBA majoring in Health Administration from McMaster University, and a BSc (Honours) in Physiological Psychology/Life Science from Queen’s University. 


Event Details

1:00 to 2:00 PM ET

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