Young Lee

Vice President of Corporate Performance, Digital Health Innovation and Chief Financial Officer

North York General Hospital

Young Lee has more than 25 year career in health care that includes experience as a clinician, consultant, and progressive leadership roles. Currently Young is the Vice President, Corporate Performance, Digital Health Innovation and Chief Financial Officer at North York General. Prior to joining North York General, Young was a Partner, National Health
Transformation Services Leader at Deloitte, where he held a variety of progressive leadership roles and completed more than 100 client engagements across Canada with a particular emphasis on strategy, performance management and operational excellence, large transformation initiatives and digital health solutions. Most recently, he was with Grand River Hospital, where he served as the Vice President, Planning, Innovation and Transformation and was responsible for the strategic and operational leadership of a diverse portfolio across multiple business functions.

A common thread that ties Young’s various experiences is an unwavering focus and interest in supporting innovation in how our communities are served and cared for, leading to improved health outcomes and experiences for patients, families/caregivers, while also striving to ensure sustainability of our health system.

Young holds a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Toronto and a Master of Business Administration from the Schulich School of Business at York University. He is also a Chartered Professional Accountant

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Day 1: Dec 2, 2020

12:40 pm

12:40 pm


Responding To Insights, Demands During a Pandemic

Big data and analytical tools provide various solutions like detection of existing COVID-19 cases, prediction of future outbreak, anticipation of potential preventive and therapeutic agents, and assistance in informed decision-making. Discover learnings from North York General Hospital that have informed their future organizational direction and how they have responded to insights during the pandemic. Source practical tips to:

  • Analyze the shifts in medicine use and spending
  • Allocation of resources for organizational direction and effective performance
  • Evaluate the impact on the delivery of non-covid 19 related healthcare

Maximize the efficiency of your response

Day 2: Dec 3, 2020