Sensory Technologies is very pleased to announce our third keynote speaker, Dr. Jacques Orces of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital (Miami).


Dr. Orces received his undergraduate degree from Arizona State University and his medical degree from Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his pediatric residency at Miami Children's Hospital and practiced general pediatrics at Miami Children’s Hospital until 2010 when he joined the hospital’s EMR team as a physician liaison to the IT department. In 2012 he was named the Chief Medical Information Officer and Medical Director for Telemedicine for the Miami Children’s Health System. During his tenure as CMIO, he helped lead the health system to HIMSS Level 7 certification and under his leadership the hospital was also recognized with the HIMSS Davies award for improving health outcomes through the use of technology. Dr. Orces is currently the Chief Medical Officer of the Miami Children’s Health Plan which is a new Florida managed Medicaid health plan launched in December of 2018. He has a masters degree in biomedical informatics and is board certified in pediatrics and in clinical informatics.



We are pleased to announce our roster of inspiration, educational and innovative speakers continues to grow with the addition of keynote speaker, Lori Marshall


Lori Marshall is the President & CEO of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance and brings over 20 years of progressive leadership experience in Ontario’s acute and community care sectors. She has a reputation as a patient-centred strategist with a track record of addressing complex issues through a shared vision and knowledge of the community and region. Lori’s previous experience as a CEO includes the Erie St. Clair Community Care Access Centre and Nipigon District Memorial Hospital. She has served as Vice President at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre and Oshawa General Hospital. Lori is a Registered Pharmacist with the Ontario College of Pharmacists and a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders. She holds a Health Leadership Certificate from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and a Masters in Health Administration from the University of Ottawa. Lori has a rich history of community service and has been active on many boards and committees at the provincial and local levels.



Keynote Speaker for May 9th eShift Day: Paul Woods

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Sensory Technologies is pleased to announce that Dr. Paul Woods, CEO of London Health Sciences Centre, will be a keynote speaker at the company’s annual eShift Celebration held on May 9th.

Dr. Paul Woods is a senior health care leader with a wide range of clinical and administrative experience in both Canada and the United States, highly regarded for his understanding of health system dynamics and proven ability to lead positive change in complex environments.

Prior to joining LHSC, Dr. Woods was Senior Vice President, Provider Network Organization (PNO) for Trinity Health in Livonia, Michigan where he provided executive leadership and direction to the Trinity Health employed physician network. In this role he was responsible for the financial, quality and operational performance of this $3 billion enterprise encompassing sites across 22 states – each with their own local challenges and regulatory frameworks.

Dr. Woods successfully led strategies which improved quality of care and system standardization through the design and operationalization of an advanced care delivery model for people-centered care. This was a massive change initiative which engaged more than 7,000 physicians and advanced practice partners. Utilizing inter-disciplinary care models, Trinity’s PNO was able to serve more patients, improve health outcomes, create better patient and provider experiences, and reduce the overall cost of care delivery.

Dr. Woods has held various roles in the health system including: University of Calgary, Department of Family Medicine; Alberta Health Services; as well as Spectrum Health Medical Group and Michigan Center for Clinical Systems Improvement both in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

His insights have been sought through Board appointments, most recently as President of the Board of Directors for Trinity Health Coordinated Care, a four state Accountable Care Organization. He has also served as a Board member of Chicago Mercy Hospital, the first chartered hospital in Chicago which focuses on serving disadvantaged populations.

Originally from Ontario, Dr. Woods obtained his medical degree from the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western University in London and his Master of Science degree from the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice in Hanover, New Hampshire.