The British Columbia Institute of Technology has launched a Digital Health Advanced Certificate program that will train healthcare professionals for work in the digital health field. The new program will teach healthcare professionals the knowledge and skills they will need to apply digital health and informatics to their work. Topics include the clinical translation of standards, technology, and information solutions across systems; the use and measurement of clinical data and outcomes; and collaborative change leadership. The program will be offered online and part-time. “Graduates from this flexible and dynamic program will be equipped with the tools and strategies needed to inform and advance digital health practice so as to improve health outcomes for patients, families, and communities,” said BCIT Program Head, Digital Health, School of Health Sciences Glynda Rees.