Corporate Human Resources Executive
As Corporate Human Resources Executive, Maureen Berry is responsible for setting the tone of Infoway’s organizational culture.
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Infoway is managed by a team of seasoned professionals who are specialists in their respective fields, including health care, administration, information technology and privacy.
Chief Technology Officer
Dennis Giokas is Chief Technology Officer for Infoway and heads up the Innovation Ecosystem Group. The group is chartered with establishing the vision, thought leadership and investment in digital health ecosystems and solutions in new areas of opportunity.
Vice President, Consumer Health, Communications and Evaluation Services
Shelagh Maloney is responsible for driving the implementation and adoption of patient-centred digital health solutions and patient engagement activities. She oversees evaluation efforts that measure the benefits of digital health investments in Canada and leads the development and execution of all of Infoway’s communications and marketing efforts.
Acting Vice President, Business Development
Terry Moore is responsible for establishing the Business Development organization at Canada Health Infoway. Responsibilities include the Infoway Regional teams who direct Infoway’s investment and project activities across Canada, including accountability for identifying and securing new investments, project outcomes, risk management and quality assurance. Vendor relations is also a key responsibility.
Division Executive, e-Prescribing
As a Senior Executive with more than 25 years of experience in the pharmacy/drug retail industry, Bobbi has executive experience in pharmacy, operations, information technology and human resources. She has led a number of planning initiatives and organizational transformations, building strong teams with successful outcomes.
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
As Chief Financial Officer and Vice President, Sylvain Rocque leads the development of financial strategies and policies to fulfil Infoway's fiduciary responsibilities. He coordinates all reporting to the Finance, Investment and Audit Committee of the Board and acts as principal advisor on Infoway’s financial position and risk management.
Group Director, Strategies & Planning
Margaret Williamson leads the planning, development and maintenance of pan-Canadian digital health strategies to support Infoway’s business approach. She is also responsible for ongoing monitoring, research and analysis related to national and international health/health care strategies, policies, trends and their strategic implications for digital health in Canada, and oversees Infoway’s eHealth Information Services.
Vice President, Clinical Systems Integration
As Vice President, Clinical Systems Integration, Lynne Zucker is responsible for the Digital Health Alliance, a collection of programs, tools and services associated with digital health standards and clinical interoperability. She also has executive responsibility for the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and Clinical Adoption programs.