Carolyn Steele Gray, MA, PhD holds a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Implementing Digital Health Innovation. She is a Scientist at the Bridgepoint Collaboratory for Research and Innovation in the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, an Assistant Professor in the Institute for Health Policy, Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto in Canada, and a Senior Associate with the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC). Dr. Steele Gray previous held a 2020-2021 AMS Healthcare Fellow in Compassion and Artificial Intelligence and Digital Health. She co-leads an IFIC Special Interest Group in Digital Health Enabling Integrated Care and is a Co-Founder of the International Learning Collaborative for Goal-Oriented Care. Dr. Steele Gray’s program of work focuses on the role of digital health in supporting integrated and person-centred care delivery for patients with complex care needs, applying implementation science and evaluation methods to uncover to how best to integrate technology in novel delivery models. She applies mixed and multi-method approaches to design, implement and evaluate innovations, focusing on integrated models that connect to community-based primary care settings. Her projects centre on how innovation can lead to transformation by attending to both the formative activities, as well as normative values of people, teams, organizations and systems.
PhD Graduate Student
Thesis: How do hospitals “walk the talk”? Understanding the connection between hospital mission, vision, and values, and patient engagement
Cindy Ferreira Vieira
MSc Graduate Student
Thesis: EMR interoperability between tertiary care and Primary/community care
Supervisors: Carolyn Steele Gray