Ontario Health Teams (OHTs) and Data Sharing
At the end of this session, participants will gain practical knowledge on data sharing, equitable data, sharing with OHTs, approaches from a clinician lens, and more.
- Dr. Lee Donohue, OMD Physician Peer Leader
Dr. Lee Donohue
Dr. Lee Donohue has worked as a family physician in Ottawa since 1988. She graduated with a degree in medicine from the University of Ottawa and completed her residency in family medicine at McGill University.
To further her interest in population health, she completed an MHSc in health promotion at the University of Toronto and has completed further studies in leadership, quality, and patient safety at the Schulich School of Business and the Telfer School of Management.
Dr. Donohue has taken a keen interest in advocacy towards reducing inequity, and improving care at local, provincial, and national levels. She is a former OMA Board Director, and she currently serves on the OMA Section on General and Family Practice Executive from District 8.
Dr. Donohue joined OntarioMD as a Peer Leader in September 2015. She is especially interested in learning collaboratives as a way to share knowledge and tools in clinical practice. She is keen to assist doctors, other clinicians, and staff with virtual care, workflow, roster management, and data literacy and to help with the use of the information in the EMR and in practice reports. She works on policy development for health information systems at the provincial and national level with a focus currently on privacy and data sharing.