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Read our new Connecting Patients for Better Health 2018 report to learn about the latest availability, use and citizen interest in accessing their health information online as well as digitally enabled health services (e-services).
Both Canadians and the health care system benefit when patients can access their personal health records (PHR) online and use digital health e-services, according to a new study.
Infoway today released a request for expressions of interest (REOI) inviting interested parties to demonstrate how they might contribute to the development and/or operation of ACCESS Gateway (Gateway), an ACCESS Health initiative.
Calling all patients and caregivers! Are you passionate about Digital Health? Apply for a scholarship to attend this year’s 2018 Infoway Partnership Conference in Montreal, QC. Applications due August 15, 2018.
Fourteen per cent of Canadians have lost or damaged a prescription. Of those, 17 per cent (700,000 Canadians) decided to not fill their prescriptions as a result, which can lead to adverse patient outcomes and increased health system costs.
People in crisis across the country will soon be able to reach help via text. Infoway and Kids Help Phone have formed a partnership to help expand the reach of Crisis Text Line powered by Kids Help Phone. Crisis Text Line, will provide people in Canada with the first ever, 24/7, free nationwide crisis texting service. It will be especially relevant for people living in remote or rural areas where such services can be limited.
Think digital health isn’t making a difference? Think again.
Every day, more of Canada’s health care system goes digital. It’s a private, secure, effective way to make health care better, for all of us.
Watch real stories of Canadians showcasing the possibilities of digital health.