Nov 14 2018

Carolyn McGregor Wins the 2018 Women Leaders in Digital Health Award

Congratulations are in order for Compute Ontario board member, Carolyn McGregor, as she is the recipient of the 2018 Women Leaders in Digital Health award.

Dr. McGregor’s Artemis project is a big data analytics platform that enables complex artificial intelligence based analysis to run in real-time and retrospectively to support clinical practice and research for multiple patients in multiple hospitals analysing data for multiple conditions.

Digital Health Canada : Celebrating the top ten female visionaries who are harnessing the power of IT to transform health and healthcare in Canada today. The annual Women Leaders in Digital Health Award recognizes those female visionaries who are harnessing the power of IT to transform Canadian health and healthcare. The award is unique among power lists and award programs in that it recognizes women at any stage of their career progressions and is inclusive of all women of influence no matter where they might be in the health IT field.

The Women Leaders in Digital Health Award is open to all females working in the Canadian digital health community. Each year, ten new Women Leaders in Digital Health are recognized for the work they have accomplished in the last year. Selections are made by an adjudication committee of industry peers.

Read more about Dr. McGregor and the rest of the 2018 winners’ accomplishments.