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Board of Directors

Infoway is accountable to its Board of Directors and to its Corporation Members (the deputy ministers of health for the federal, provincial and territorial governments). The  Board includes two federal appointees, five provincial/territorial appointees, and four-six independent directors.

Graham Scott

Chair of the Board
President of Graham Scott Strategies Inc. and Vice Chair of Enterprise Canada

Graham Scott, a recent past Chair of the Board of the Canadian Institute of Health Information, brings to Infoway a wealth of experience in public policy, governance and accountability in the voluntary and private sectors with a particular emphasis on health care policy and issues. His diverse experience in the health sector includes serving as a Deputy Minister of Health in Ontario, Interim CEO of Cancer Care Ontario, and serving as a supervisor of three Ontario hospitals in recent years.

Anne Doig

Vice Chair
Family physician, Saskatoon

Dr. Anne Doig has spent her entire 32-year career in Saskatoon serving the patients of City Centre Family Physicians, the successor of her father’s original practice in Hawarden, SK. Together with the other physicians in the practice, the Doigs have provided continuous comprehensive service for over fifty years. City Centre Family Physicians has been fully EMR-enabled since 2000.

Richard Audet

Sous-ministre associé aux technologies de l’information, ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux, gouvernement du Québec

Appointed by the Conseil des ministres on May 1, 2013, Richard Audet holds the position of sous‐ministre associé at the Direction générale des technologies de l'information of the ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (MSSS) since June 10, 2013.

Robert Bell

Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, Government of Ontario

Ian Brodie

Research Director, School of Public Policy, University of Calgary

Ian Brodie is a political scientist who has held key roles within the Conservative Party of Canada, including serving under Stephen Harper as Chief of Staff for the Office of the Leader of the Opposition and later the Office of the Prime Minister.

David Brown

Counsel, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP

David Brown has returned to Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP as Counsel focusing on the Capital Markets and Corporate/Commercial practices, following seven years as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC). Prior to joining the OSC, he was a senior corporate law partner with a predecessor firm to Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg for 29 years, focusing on mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and reorganization.

Paul Glover

Associate Deputy Minister, Health Canada

Paul Glover was appointed Associate Deputy Minister of Health Canada effective July 8, 2013. Prior to his appointment, Paul was Assistant Deputy Minister of the Health Products and Food Branch (HPFB). HPFB takes an integrated approach to managing the health-related risks and benefits of health products and food through the regulatory system.

Karen Herd

Deputy Minister of Health, Healthy Living and Seniors, Government of Manitoba

Karen Herd assumed her role as Deputy Minister of Health for Manitoba on July 8, 2013. She joined Manitoba Health in 2005 as Executive Director, Finance and in 2008, became the Assistant Deputy Minister and Chief Financial Officer.

Tom Maston

Deputy Minister of Health, Government of New Brunswick

Tom Maston, CA, CHE, was appointed Deputy Minister of New Brunswick’s Department of Health in February 2014. Prior to this appointment, he had been the Assistant Deputy Minister of the department’s Corporate Services Branch for the last six years.

Christine McGinley

Corporate Director, Calgary

Christine McGinley has nearly three decades of senior management and operational experience, more than half of which she developed over the past 15 years in Canada’s broadcasting sector.

Arnold Park

Partner, Cedar Bay Grilling Company

Arnold Park brings extensive and diverse experience to Infoway's Board of Directors. He has held executive positions with well-known Canadian organizations including McCain Foods, Vickers and Benson advertising, H.J. Heinz and others.

Sheila Weatherill

Vice Chair, EPCOR Utilities Inc.

Sheila Weatherill has extensive experience in the delivery and administration of health services. She is past president and chief executive officer of Capital Health in Edmonton, having served in that role from 1996 to 2008.

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