The Digital Health Canada Atlantic Chapter connects members in Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick.

Regional chapters complement and support the Digital Health Canada member experience and bring additional value to individual professionals, public and private sector member organizations, the association, and the digital health industry. Questions about the Atlantic Chapter? Content

Atlantic Chapter Advisory Committee

  • Gillian Sweeney, Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Health Information (Chair)
  • Keltie Jamieson, Nova Scotia Health Authority
  • Jennifer Sheils, Horizon Health Network
  • Mark Casselman, Digital Health Canada
  • Shannon Bott, Digital Health Canada
  • Amanda Cooper, Digital Health Canada

Volunteer Opportunities

Which volunteer opportunities interest you most?

Data Analyst (set up, review, and analyze data from industry surveys)

Editor (review/edit health technology and digital health white papers)

Regional and Breakfast Event Committee (help create the agenda and identify potential speakers)

Faculty Member (CPHIMS-CA credential holder for 3+ years)

MeetUp Host (Digital Health Canada will help you plan a MeetUp in your city)

Content Contributor (submit articles for publication on our blog or as a case study)


I understand that this is an application and not a commitment to or promise of volunteer opportunity.


Keltie Jamieson

Digital Health Canada Board Member 2018-2019

Digital Health Canada Atlantic Chapter Advisory Committee 2018-2019

Keltie Jamieson is the Sr. Director and Chief Information Officer for Nova Scotia Health Authority’s Information Management & Technology division. In this role, she leads both the IT team specializing in clinical informatics and clinical applications as well as health information services/health information management team. Education: Masters of Leadership – Health specialization, Certified Health Executive (CHE). Ms. Jamieson is a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems – Canada (CPHIMS-CA).


Gillian Sweeney


Digital Health Canada Board Secretary-Treasurer 2018-2019
Digital Health Canada Atlantic Chapter Committee Chair 2018-2019


As the Vice President, Clinical Information Programs and Quality, I currently lead the team at the Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Health Information that is responsible for providing oversight, leadership and governance of HEALTHe NL, the provincial electronic health record (EHR), eDOCSNL, the provincial electronic medical record program, and the provincial Telehealth and Telepathology programs. I have a clinician-based background with extensive management experience. With over 15 years’ experience in private industry and healthcare, I provide expertise and leadership in the areas of electronic health record management, change management, and digital health programs.

Horizon Health Network

Jennifer Sheils

Digital Health Canada Atlantic Chapter Advisory Committee Member 2018-2019

Jennifer Sheils is Chief Information Officer (CIO), Horizon Health Network and is responsible for establishing IT vision, developing IT strategic plan, engaging stakeholders, and managing external relationships. A graduate of Mount Allison University, Jennifer Sheils started with NBTel over 20 years ago and has progressed through various leadership roles within Bell to be currently recognized as an IT/ICT leader in New Brunswick.  For the last eleven years, she has worked specifically with the New Brunswick healthcare sector.  She brings with her extensive management and leadership skills, a proven track record in business strategy development, and talent in facilitating corporate governance processes.  Jennifer has demonstrated experience in leading complex solution development and service deployment projects. Leading by example, she approaches work professionally, with structure and enthusiasm. Jennifer has extensive experience collaborating with the shared services agencies in New Brunswick.


Mark Casselman

Chief Executive Officer


Mark Casselman has 15 years of experience working with executives and clinical leaders across multiple sectors and agencies within the Canadian health ecosystem. He has led strategic engagements, product design and development, large-scale transformation initiatives, and has been recognized as an innovator in the field of digital health.


Mark has championed innovation in consumer-focused health information products and services across multiple industries. He has broad experience in strategic planning, business development, product development, project management, stakeholder engagement, leading teams, and service delivery transformation. Mark’s interests include go-to-market strategy and implementation for disruptive product and service innovations. He is focused on transforming health service delivery and enhancing the consumer experience.


Mark is a Volunteer Advisor in Health Venture Services at MaRS, and holds an adjunct position at University of Toronto in Institute of Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation. Mark enjoys an active lifestyle with his family, coaching youth basketball and football, and training for triathlon.


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Shannon Bott, CAE, CMP

Executive Director, Operations


Shannon oversees the overall operations of the Association, ensuring that the Association office provides support and effective management of the organization, in accordance with the bylaws of the Association and directives of the Board of Directors.


Shannon works in a strategic capacity with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the Board of Directors to deliver an effective, sustainable operation.


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Amanda Cooper

Manager, Membership Services
Digital Health Canada members are dedicated to realizing their full potential as professionals and advancing Health Informatics. Digital Health Canada strives to maintain a lively and engaging membership community by including digital health and health informatics practitioners at all levels of career development, from student to startup entrepreneur. Digital Health Canada membership is ideal for anyone with an interest in health informatics, health information management, digital health, m-health, e-health, or related healthcare issues and practices. See the complete Digital Health Canada Membership Community here.