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Future of Absence and Disability Cost: Clearing the COVID-19 Surgery & Procedure Backlog

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Speakers

Angela Johnson
Angela Johnson

Founder and President @Medical Confidence

Angela Johnson, has over two decades of executive management and business leadership experience. Prior to venturing into healthcare leadership, she helped global fortune 500 companies solve complex IT-related business issues, ranging from reducing operating costs to developing new global products. Medical Confidence reduces healthcare costs through achieving better health outcomes. Its health outcomes are measurable and demonstrate reductions in costs associated with absenteeism and presenteeism. Medical Confidence clients report that its services have reduced their absence costs by 20%. Leveraging its innovative use of technology and unmatched national network of over 14,000 physician specialists. The healthcare consumer (employee) has efficient and faster access to the ideal physician specialists for their medical condition.

Dr. Chris Simpson
Dr. Chris Simpson

Vice-Dean @Queen’s School of Medicine Medical Deirector of the SEAMO

Dr. Chris Simpson is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology (Heart Rhythm Service) at Queen’s University as well as Vice-Dean (Clinical) of the Faculty of Health Sciences and Medical Director of the Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Organization (SEAMO). He is a member of the Queen’s School of Policy Studies Health Policy Council. Dr. Simpson’s primary non-clinical professional interest is health policy – particularly access to care, seniors’ care, wait times and medical fitness to drive. He served as the chair of the Wait Time Alliance (WTA) and is a past chair of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society’s (CCS)Standing Committee on Health Policy and Advocacy. He has served on the Cardiac Care Network of Ontario (CorHealth)Board of Directors, is a past member of the CCS executive and a former governor of the American College of Cardiology. In 2014-15, he served as President of the Canadian Medical Association. Dr. Simpson is currently the Clinical Science Lead, Ontario Health COVID-19 Health System Response Oversight Table, which has developed a suite of guidance for health sectors as they navigate the pandemic. He is the CMIO for Novari Health. In 2015, Dr. Simpson was elected to fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and will assume the presidency of CAHS in the Fall of 2020.

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