Keltie Jamieson, Sr. Director, One Person One Record Program, Nova Scotia Health Authority (Nova Scotia)


How long have you been a member of Digital Health Canada
20+ years



Why do you want to join the Digital Health Canada Board of Directors at this point in your career?
As a current board member I appreciate the opportunity to work with Digital Health Canada at the national level, while bringing Atlantic context. I have really enjoyed my first term on the board and am hoping to continue.



How does your experience align with the Digital Health Canada strategic plan and mandate?
Connect: I appreciate my Digital health community and the connections within Canada and the world. Educate: continuous learning and growning is embedded in everthing I do. Empower: I believe in using our community as a national catalyst to support clinical care.



What unique skills, perspectives and contributions would you bring to the Digital Health Canada Board?
Atlantic Canada perspective, CHCIO certification, big ideas



Do you or have or have you ever had any direct patient care experience (clinical)?



What segments within the Digital Health Canada community do you feel you will best represent? Select all that apply.
Executives/CIOs, IM/IT Practitioners, Leaders, Healthcare Institutions



With which Digital Health Canada committees, task groups or activities have you volunteered in past five years? Describe your most significant contributions to Digital Health Canada’s mission.
Board, CHIEF Advisory, Atlantic Advisory, Atlantic Conference/Datapolooza



What other board appointments or relevant leadership experiences have you had in the past five years?
Local health centre board



Please tell us why you feel Digital Health Canada members should vote for you.
I am passionate about technology support wellness, patients and clinical care. I am committed to working collabortively locally and nationally to connect, educate and empower.



Do you currently hold the Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems – Canada (CPHIMS-CA) credential?



What is your educational background? Please list all degrees and designations.
MA, Certified Health Executive, Certified Health CIO, CPHIMS-CA



Please include a brief biography including highlights of experience and expertise in health informatics/digital health.
Keltie Jamieson is the Sr. Director for the One Person, One Record (OPOR) program for the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) & IWK Health Centre. In this role, she is responsible for standing up the program to support OPOR clinical standardization and readiness, and representing IWK, NSHA and the province of NS for the implementation of OPOR Clinical information system. Keltie is also a sessional instructor with Dalhousie University.