First Nations Digital Health Ontario
Supporting First Nation Health Teams
on their Digital Health Journey
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First Nations Digital Health Ontario

First Nations Digital Health Ontario (FNDHO) is a non-political entity created as a result of a resolution from All Ontario Chiefs in Assembly, and is guided by a committee of First Nation health leads across Ontario to address inequities in First Nations digital health. As a First Nations led organization, FNDHO provides digital health capacity enhancement services (at no cost) to all First Nations Health Services in Ontario. FNDHO is funded to support each First Nations Health Service to analyze and define their health information management needs, share learnings and teachings from other First Nations Health Services and design and implement a health information management roadmap specific to the needs of each organization's clients, community and partners. Currently there is no other organization federally or provincially that exists to provide this support.


Core Principles

We provide customized services for First Nation Health Services to engage in digital health advancement and transformation through foundational education and capacity building, enhanced privacy and security, and digital health navigation support


FNDHO Services

In addition to our core services, we are also actively involved in initiatives across Ontario, navigating areas of virtual care, access to provincial systems and strategic partnerships in digital health


Introduction to FNDHO - Who and What is First Nations Digital Health Ontario?




Traditional and Cultural Program Information Management
Client Centric Information Management
Land Based Program Information Management