Program Chair(s)

Mary Jane Dykeman

Managing Partner, INQ Law

Carole Piovesan

Co‑Founder, Partner, INQ Law

Endorsed by

Health Leadership & Learning NetworkCanadian college of health leadersAFHTO: Association of family health teams of Ontario

COVID-19 forced the discussion around innovation in healthcare to the forefront.

More than ever, Artificial Intelligence (AI) can have a profound impact on healthcare, but must meet legal, ethical and regulatory obligations.

In one day, you will get a practical overview of how AI is (and can be) used in healthcare, along with the knowledge and skills you need to innovate responsibly – and with confidence – in your healthcare organization.

What You’ll Learn

Understanding AI: what does it look like in healthcare? What are your legal obligations?

Data integration

Health data: what makes it unique? Understanding the legal and regulatory frameworks

Deciphering data access, security and privacy concerns

How to identify security risks and strategies to deal with them

Legal and ethical challenges and considerations

Who Should Attend

Privacy officers and other privacy professionals working in healthcare settings

Health records leaders/custodians

IT and IM leads in healthcare

Data analytics and innovation leads

eMR vendors

Lawyers advising on privacy issues and information technology or health


Healthcare administrators or representatives from hospitals, long-term care facilities (CEOs, VPs, directors, risk managers, operations managers, compliance officers, policy advisors, ethicists and patients’ rights advocates)

Professional association and licensing body representatives

Medical directors of healthcare organizations and government agencies

Heath insurance industry professionals

Government and public policy advisors


Program Chairs

Mary Jane Dykeman

Managing Partner, INQ Law

Carole Piovesan

Co‑Founder, Partner, INQ Law

Keynote Speaker

Roxana Sultan

Vice President, Health, Vector Institute

Program Faculty



Recorded: Feb 2, 2022

$595 + TAX

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CPD Hours
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Substantive4h 55m
Total6h 55m

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Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 3.25 Category II credits towards their maintenance of certification requirement.

CCHIM: The Canadian College of Health Information Management has approved the Osgoode Professional Development program AI inHealthcare for 6.5 CPE credits. Learn more about the continuing professional education program at

LAWPRO: This program is approved for LAWPRO Risk Management Credit.

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