Timon LeDain

Director Emerging Technologies

Timon is the Director of Macadamian’s growing business in connected health and the Internet of Things (IoT). Responsible for Macadamian’s IP strategy, partnerships, and emerging technology development initiatives, his areas of focus include healthcare, voice experiences, and consumer products. He was previously VP Operations for SDTC, Canada’s largest cleantech fund, where he had an opportunity to review hundreds of business plans and guide new management teams on their product commercialization strategies. He was also VP Engineering for March Healthcare, a wholly owned subsidiary of March Networks, where he developed a telehealth platform as a service that was later sold to Intel. Timon is active in his community, serving on the Board of Directors of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ottawa and in his spare time he enjoys running, biking, skiing, and traveling the globe with his family.

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Demonstrating Improved Outcomes With Data-Driven Health Analytics

AI, predictive analytics, sensors, and devices - all of these individually and together are very powerful tools in healthcare. BUT how can this ecosystem of assets be used so they truly become "smart" health tools that show improved clinical and patient outcomes - while ensuring health data privacy and security?

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4 Benefits of Using a Microservices Architecture in Digital and Connected Health Solutions

Dive into what microservices is and discover the benefits of implementing a microservices architecture when it comes to accelerating your digital and connected health solution's time to market.

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My Diabetes Coach – A Holistic Care Management Solution

The My Diabetes Coach solution is designed to improve and strengthen the teamwork between parent and child in diabetes management. Establishing and encouraging good practices and patient compliance at an early stage will provide significant benefits to the patients over the years by mitigating the complications that can result from non-compliance.

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