The goal of this series is to address the key strategic trends to aid those working within the industry as well as entrepreneurs or new entrants to the medical devices arena.
Upcoming health care sector events in Ontario
Robert Bell was appointed Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, effective June 2, 2014. Prior to this role, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of University Health Network for nine years.
Mr. Cope will share Bell's story, discuss how companies of all sizes can take a leading role in one of today's most important health issues.
Hear directly from healthcare journalists on how to effectively work with the media to ensure coverage of your health policy issues in the age of social media and fake news.
At the AGM, the Ontario Liberal Party build crucial momentum heading into the 2018 campaign through training workshops, policy discussions, and developing a plan to build a fairer Ontario.
This seminar has been organized by the ISACA (previously known as Information Systems Audit and Control Association) Vancouver Chapter in collaboration with BC-CHIMPS (BC Health Information Management Professionals Society), IAPP (International Association of Privacy Professionals), Doctors of BC.
HealthTO brings together the Toronto healthcare community to discuss topics related to the future of innovation in health and wellness.
Pamela Fralick, President of Innovative Medicines Canada discusses proposed policy changes to Canada’s patented drug pricing regime will have profound implications for Canadian healthcare and life sciences for decades to come.
With the impending legalization of cannabis in Canada this summer, investors have taken a keen interest and the market has responded. How will the demand compare to current financial projections?
A panel of health entrepreneurs will engage the audience on their journey by covering barriers or challenges, opportunities and market (geographic and industry) differences that these companies faced.
Premier Kathleen Wynne will kick off our Party Leaders series with a discussion about how a re-elected Liberal government will continue to grow Ontario’s highly educated workforce.
Pillars of Health is an interdisciplinary networking event with the mission to provide a platform for these pillars, these people, to interact, discuss ideas, and share information in a free and open space.
The LSO Awards are an important part of the organization’s mandate to advocate for Ontario’s life sciences sector, by celebrating the individuals and companies behind its success.
A panel of experts will discuss How Innovative Entrants are Changing the Way We Think About Delivering Healthcare.
Join us for an eventful two days as hundreds of colleagues from the clinical trials community come to together to discuss opportunities to improve the clinical trials environment in Ontario.
Connect with peers and industry experts and learn about today’s most current topics in the field of clinical trials
This event will bring together approximately 250 national and international experts and stakeholders to further advance women’s heart health. Together, we will transform and enhance Canadian women’s lives through research, awareness, policy development and care.
Investors, partners and ventures will come out for Toronto Health Innovation Week between April 9 – 13 to connect, secure funding and hear from experts in the field.
This year’s event will feature exceptional keynote speakers and educational sessions covering a range of hot topics in both the long-term care and retirement community sectors.
Canada's MedTech Conference hosted by MEDEC is Canada's preeminent information exchange an educational forum for the medical technology industry - tackling issues such as the adoption of innovation and opportunities to foster transformation within the health care system.
Anita will present core themes from her forthcoming book called "A New Strategy for Global Health" (2018). She advocates for delivering health rather than healthcare.
This annual conference brings together board members and senior leaders from small, rural and northern hospitals, where participants will learn and co-develop strategies to examine the most significant issues and emerging trends impacting health care within their regions.
Working closely with Health Canada, attendees will hear from and engage with regulators and other stakeholders in a dialogue and networking environment.
Health Tech is a world-class health innovation conference that takes you to the frontier of change, innovation and best practice of health care in Canada.
CAEP annual conference brings together emergency physicians, medical students, and allied health professionals to connect and learn about cutting-edge emergency medicine and innovative educational techniques.
Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) represents more than 1,100 biotechnology companies, academic institutions, state biotechnology centers and related organizations across the U.S. and in more than 30 other nations.
MedEdge is Richmond Hill's and York Region's Premier Life Sciences Business Summit. The free event takes place every June and gives industry professionals the opportunity to meet with entrepreneurs, investors, government agencies and key partners in Ontario's health sector.