The 2017 MEDEC MedTech Conference is MEDEC’s annual signature conference for the medtech industry. This year the event is held from Wednesday, April 5 to Thursday April 6 at the Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre.
Commport is this years lanyard sponsor and exhibitor. See you there!
To register or sponsor the annual conference visit MEDEC’s website here
2017 MEDEC not-to-be-missed annual conference for the medical technology and healthcare industry. Attendees will hear from and engage with high-profile health system leaders and network with colleagues. This year’s conference will once again play host to dignitaries and influential thought leaders from across various facets of healthcare and government.
The conference outline is currently under development with confirmed speakers, including:
- William Charnetski, Ontario Chief Health Innovation Strategist, Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care (MOHLTC), Ontario
- Dr. Joshua Tepper, CEO, Health Quality Ontario
- Chris Power, CEO, Canadian Patient Safety Institute
- Ray Racette, President & CEO, Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL)
- Christine Elliot, Ontario Patient Ombudsman
- Justin Riemer, Assistant Deputy Minister, Alberta Ministry of Health
- Erik Hellsten, Manager, Quality Standards Strategy, Health Quality Ontario
- Ron Johnson, Chief Information Officer, Eastern Health
- Tracy Kitch, President & CEO, IWK Health Centre
Who should attend?
- General Managers, Presidents, CEOs and Vice Presidents
- Marketing Directors / Associates and Product Managers
- Business Development Directors / Associates
- Government Relations Directors / Associates
- Regulatory Affairs Associates of all Levels
- QA Managers / Associates
- Legal Counsel
- Healthcare System Leaders
- Health Technology Assessment Agencies
Medtech Canada is the national association representing the medical technology industry in Canada. Our association advocates for achieving patient access to leading edge, innovative technology solutions that provide valuable outcomes. Our members are committed to providing safe and innovative medical technologies that enhance the quality of patient care, improve patient access to health care, and help enable the sustainability of our health care system. The medical technology industry in Canada employs over 35,000 Canadians in approximately 1,500 facilities across the country.