AMS Phoenix 2017 Invitational Conference
In this age of disruption what does the future of healthcare look like? Big Data and Artificial Intelligence threaten to revolutionize the system as we know it. What does that mean for healthcare professionals? More importantly what does it mean for the patient? We cordially invite you to join us at The AMS Phoenix 2017 Invitational Conference where we will focus on– The Impact of Technology on the Delivery of Compassionate Patient-Centred Care.
Dr. Bertalan Mesko, The Medical Futurist, will be our Keynote Speaker and will also host an interactive workshop. A geek physician with a PhD in genomics and Amazon Top 100 author, he envisions the impact of digital health technologies on the future of healthcare. With 500+ presentations under his belt, including courses at Harvard, Stanford and Yale Universities, Singularity University, and a Canadian Senate Committee Hearing on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, he is one of the top voices globally in healthcare technology.
Thursday November 16, 2017
0830-0915 Welcome and Opening Remarks and Body Electric Presentation
0915-1030 Keynote Presentation – Dr Betalan Mesko, Medical Futurist
1100-1230 Workshop – Dr Betalan Mesko
1230-1330 Lunch/Poster Viewing
1330-1500 Panel Discussion – Leadership, Technology and Compassionate Care
1530-1630 2015 AMS Phoenix Fellows Presentation Belonging and Connection
1630-1700 2015 Phoenix Fellows Graduation
Friday November 17, 2017
0830-0835 Welcome and Overview of the Day
0835-0930 AMS Phoenix: Current and Future Directions, Dr Brian Hodges
0930-1000 COUPN Study: Results and Recommendations, Dr. Claire Mallette and Dr. Don Rose
1030-1145 Roundtable Discussions and Feedback
1145-1200 Closing Remarks
1200 Lunch and Change Day Ontario Celebration
The AMS Phoenix 2016 Conference was held on Thursday, November 17th, in conjunction with Western University, at the InterContinental Hotel-Bloor Street in Toronto. The Conference got under way at 10:00 am with Dr. Paula Rowland discussing The Patient Voice followed by Dr. Brian Hodges providing insights on how compassionate care and patient health outcomes are intertwined. A panel discussion on the convergence of healthcare and technology was followed by an analysis of the COUPN study. The conference continued on Friday November 18th where collaboration and resilience were the topics for the day.
A special Ceremonial Dinner was held with Ms. Christine Elliott, Ontario’s Patient Ombudsman, and celebrated the third cohort of Phoenix Fellows and their sponsoring institutions.
2016 Toronto, Ontario
Faculty of Medicine at Western University, London Conference Guide
2015 Toronto, Ontario
Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto , Toronto Conference Guide
2014 Ottawa, Ontario
Faculty of Medicine at the University of Ottawa, Ottawa Conference Guide
2013 Niagara Falls, Ontario
Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University, Niagara Falls Conference Guide.
2012 Kingston, Ontario
School of Medicine at Queen’s University, Kingston
- Brian Hodges
- Bridget Duffy
- Bob Bell