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Smart System for Health's  Mike Connolly set to retire

TORONTO – Mike Connolly (pictured), the chief executive officer of Ontario’s Smart Systems for Health Agency (SSHA), has announced his decision to retire. Connolly is staying on until a successor is appointed.

Connolly has played a key role at SSHA since its development of a business plan in 1997 and its official inception in 2002. The government-sponsored agency has been constructing a province-wide healthcare network that’s high-speed and secure.

The organization aims to offer network connections to all healthcare providers – doctors, hospitals, pharmacists, laboratories, public health units, and community care access centers.

Products and services provided by or under development include: secure hosting, network services; portal services; secure email; registration services; contact centre; standards management; and privacy and security.

The goal of the network and allied services is to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare delivery in Ontario.

Smart Systems for Health Agency has a web site at www.ssha.on.ca.

 

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