All posts by Nick Fontana

Nick is a graduate of the Bachelor of Science and Management Program from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). He is also a graduate of the Master of Health Sciences program at UOIT specializing in Health Informatics under the supervision of Dr. Carolyn McGregor, Canada Research Chair in Health Informatics where he completed his thesis “Automated sleep-wake cycling detection in neonates from cerebral function monitor signals.” Nick is aspiring to hold a position on the administrative leadership team of a healthcare institution.

Exploring the efficiency of automated vitals collection

Introduction Established in 1948, the Oshawa Clinic has been providing quality health services to the Durham region community since its inception. The clinic has grown into the largest multidisciplinary medical group practice in Canada with over 130 physicians. The rapid growth of the community and the services the clinic has been able to provide has … Continue reading Exploring the efficiency of automated vitals collection