First Nations Digital Health in Ontario (FNDHO) is a First Nation led organization supporting digital health system transformation for First Nation Health Services (FNHS).

First Nations Health Directors have been working to advance digital health for First Nation Health Services for the last 10+ years through their membership on the Knowledge Management Advisory Group (KMAG) for the First Nations Health Information Management in Ontario (FNHIMiO) project.

Current members of KMAG are First Nations Health Service health representatives from the following First Nation communities and Tribal Councils:

  • Nipissing First Nation
  • Garden River First Nation
  • Constance Lake First Nation
  • Keewaytinook Okimakanak Tribal Council
  • Oneida Nation of the Thames

KMAG received a mandate in November 2018 through a Resolution from the All Ontario Chiefs in Assembly (AOCC), to establish an organization to ensure all First Nation Health Services in Ontario can realize the benefits from and receive the required support for digital health.

Resolution 49/18: First Nations Health Information Management in Ontario: Community-Led Capacity Development and Sustainment Phase


Customized Support based on Unique Information Management Needs Health Information Management across Health Centres and Tribal Council Services In Person Working and Training Sessions