What Canada’s healthcare system learned from the pandemic

Toronto General Hospital

Regular listeners of the Black Swan podcast know that its focus is on the entire Canadian innovation ecosystem, from startups and enterprises to policy and pivots. Having tracked the collision of healthcare, technology, and the Black Swan version of normal in 2020, we thought we’d unpack what we can expect for Canadian healthcare in 2021.

“They see this big black box, which to some of them is quite frightening.”

I recently moderated a panel at the Blockchain Revolution Global conference, an event in late October organized by the Blockchain Research Institute. The topic was Healthcare & Technology in a Pandemic World, and I spoke with Dr. Sarah Muttitt, the VP of Information & Technology & CIO of Sick Kids and UHN, and Mario Voltolina, the CTO of Canada Health Infoway.

We covered a range of topics centred upon running a healthcare system, including what remote healthcare and privacy looks like now and into the future.

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Black Swan is a BetaKit podcast. Hosted by Douglas Soltys & Rob Kenedi. Edited by Kattie Laur. Produced with support from TWG.

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