Dr. Carolyn Steele Gray is a scientist at the Bridgepoint Collaboratory at the Lunenfed-Tanenbaum Research Institute in Sinai Health Systems. Carolyn is currently developing and evaluating patient-centered e-Health technologies to support patients with complex care needs and exploring integrated community-based primary care models. Her research interests are in e-Health technologies that support complex patients and health system integration and whole systems approaches to e-Health design and implementation. She has experience researching in primary care as well as home and community care sectors.
Carolyn leads the HSPRN ePRO study and currently holds a Canadian Institute for Health Research (CIHR) eHIPP operating grant to evaluate the ePRO technology through a cluster randomized pragmatic trial of 22 Family Health Team sites across Ontario. Carolyn is also currently a co-investigator on an international study of integrated models of care. Dr. Steele Gray has published work in the areas of health policy, patient-centered care, and e-Health technologies for patients with complex needs. Carolyn has taught Health Policy at York University and delivered invited lectures on organizational change, research methods, and program evaluation at the University of Toronto and Ryerson University.