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Digital health means the convenience of being able to contact your doctor through email or text, and the peace of mind of knowing you can look back at your personal health history whenever you want. Join us as we once again celebrate Digital Health Week and #thinkdigitalhealth. Find out how you can participate.
Join us in this first of three clinician webinars to learn about PrescribeIT™ and the critical difference between e-prescriptions and auto-fax prescriptions. Learn how e-prescribing through PrescribeIT™ can add value to medication management in your practice.
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).
One year ago, the first prescription was transmitted from a doctor to a pharmacist through PrescribeITTM Canada’s national e-prescribing service. Since that momentous occasion in Huntsville, Ontario, the limited production release of PrescribeITTM has grown tremendously. PrescribeITTM is now working with physicians and pharmacies in multiple communities throughout Ontario and Alberta.
While on the surface, emailed and auto-faxed prescriptions may look the same as e-prescribing, there's a big difference between them when it comes to patient safety.
Don’t miss your chance to connect with national and international leaders in digital health. This year’s Partnership Conference is your opportunity to engage in a national conversation about empowering Canadians with access to their health information and digital health services. Early bird rates still available!
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.