Mounir Marhaba, Executive Consultant
Mounir Marhaba is acting as an executive coach to the CEO, a knowledge broker and an independent health services consultant. Mr. Marhaba has headed innovative international research and development initiatives in psychiatry, health informatics and finance. He has also held several senior health care related advisory positions within government, hospitals, community-based organizations, and provincial associations. He has published a number of articles, as well as technical reports and manuals.
Mr. Marhaba has a joint M.Sc. in Health Planning and Financing from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSH), U.K.; M.Sc. in Education, Administration and Supervision for Colleges and Universities, as well as, a Graduate Diploma in Teacher Training in Professional Education, both from Niagara University, NY, USA; and an Hon.B.Sc. with a Specialist in Medical Anthropology and a Major in Society Values and Medicine from the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Mr. Marhaba is a Certified Health Executive (CHE), with the Canadian College of Health Service Executives (CCHSE), recognized as the foremost professional designation for health service executives in Canada and the USA
Dr. Karim Keshavjee, Product Development Advisor
Dr. Keshavjee, a family physician wih part-time practice in Mississauga, is the Project Director for the COMPETE II study. COMPETE II is a Health Canada funded project to implement clinical decision support for family physicians and patients in the community. There are 50 physicians and over 500 patients currently enrolled in this project. Dr. Keshavjee was also the Clinician-Project Manager for the COMPETE (Computerization of Medical Practices for the Enhancement of Therapeutic Effectiveness) study from 1996 to 2001. The COMPETE study implemented a full electronic medical record (EMR) system in the offices of 33 physicians in the Hamilton area. Dr. Keshavjee is an Associate Member of the Centre for Evaluation of Medicines, an academic research institute affiliated with McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. Dr. Keshavjee is currently pursuing his MBA at the Rotman School of Business.
Shelly Annette Bond, Healthcare Business Development Advisor
Shelly has developed expertise in business development with over eleven years experience in healthcare information systems as well as integration and project management requirements. Shelly is familiar with healthcare standards and knowledgeable in IHE, Integrating Healthcare Enterprises. Shelly is a member of the IHE Steering Committee to create IHE Canada. http://www.ihe-canada.com.
Academically, she has completed Project Management 1, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management, B.A. Economics and a Diploma in Marketing. Shelly has also over nine years community experience where she has demonstrated her interests and leadership abilities as a member and executive of the Local Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee, Heritage Cambridge, Region of Waterloo Heritage Planning Advisory Committee, Board of Directors of Heritage Ottawa, Board of Directors of the Ontario Personal Emergency Response Association and other Senior Living related organizations.