Lori J. Brady

PMP (Project Management Institute)
CHE (Canadian College of Health Leaders)
ACPAC (Advanced Clinician Practitioner in Arthritis Care)
MHSc (University of Toronto)
MScPT (McMaster University)
BA (University of Western Ontario)

Professional Interests

  • Physiotherapy
  • Clinical Leadership
  • Project Management
  • Clinical Service Planning
  • Strategic Planning
  • Population Health Management
  • Health System Integration

Impact

Lori Brady is a Registered Physiotherapist with clinical leadership expertise. She has experience in the acute care, home and community care, and health system planning sectors. She has held leadership roles with accountability for strategic planning and driving innovation at both the system and local levels. Through this work, Lori has developed a history of propelling transformative change and is a strong advocate for patient-centred care.

Lori holds a Master of Science (PT) degree from McMaster University and a Master of Health Administration (MHSc) degree from the University of Toronto’s Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation. She also holds designations as a Certified Healthcare Executive (CHE) and a Project Management Professional (PMP).

Other Affiliations

Director, Strategic Projects and Accountability, Markham Stouffville Hospital Corporation.

Speaking Engagements

Speaker at the Achieving Excellence Together 2018 conference. Session topic: Sub-Region Planning Panel - Lessons Learned and Future Directions (June 2018)

Poser presentation at Health Equity Action and Transformational Conference hosted by the Alliance for Healthier Communities (formerly the Association for Ontario’s Health Centres). Poster title: Advancing Health Equity in the Central East LHIN – Reducing Health Disparities and Inequities Through the Development of a Health Equity Framework (June 2018)

Panel member at GTA Chapter Canadian College of Health Leaders Event. Session topic: Panel Discussion on the GTA Implementation and Opportunities with Patient Firsts (February 2018)