Hélène Clement
Digital Health Leader


“Hélène is passionate, energetic and charismatic health care professional who is committed to the advancement of Health Informatics. She has contributed her healthcare strategies, thinking and knowledge in various forums such as publications, presentations at various Health Care Informatics conferences and by being a faculty member at the University de Sherbrooke for the delivery of courses such as “Dossier de santé électronique partagé” (Shared Health Record).”


Hélène is a strategic thinking Health Care Professional with over 20 years of experience, including clinical informatics, strategic leadership, strategic education/learning, change management, continuous quality improvement, and project management. Hélène has extensive knowledge of information systems applications, development, and clinical systems implementation. She is current with healthcare strategies and thinking resulting in requests for performing peer review of articles for Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) journal, and abstracts for HIMSS National (US), HIMSS Ontario, Digital Health Canada, and CCHL conferences.


Hélène’s involvement in the healthcare and informatics community has resulted in a number of publications and presentations at both national and international levels. Worth noting the many volunteer hours Hélène has provided for the rewrite of the new “Resource Guide to Digital Health in Canada”. Hélène has a strong ability to bridge knowledge from research, clinical, and business components allowing the sharing of lessons learned, benefit realization, strategies and vision for the integration of technologies in the clinical environment and management of healthcare.