Digital Health Week (November 13-19) is an annual celebration and recognition to how digital health is transforming the delivery of care across the country as more and more of our health care system becomes digital.
Join us Nov. 14-15 in Calgary, Alberta for our annual interoperability event designed to create a forum for knowledge exchange, debate and discussion through a showcase of digital health thought leadership and best practices.
Medication prescriptions have taken a significant step forward in security and convenience for patients with the launch of PrescribeIT™ in Huntsville, Ontario on August 30. The multi-jurisdiction e-prescribing service will launch in additional communities in Ontario in the coming weeks.
Results of a recent study show an opportunity to advance the health of Canadians through mobile apps and smart devices. It is the first comparable study of its kind internationally, and the largest ever, world-wide.
Currently, 24 per cent of Canadians own at least one connected health object, which can track information such as pulse, weight, sports performance, sleep quality, body temperature, blood pressure, etc., to help inform and advise users on their health and well-being.
Digital health is transforming the way health care is delivered and accessed by Canadians. This has created some uncertainty and concerns — not always based on the facts — about what digital health means for Canadians as well as clinicians. We’ve dispelled some of the common digital health myths.
Better Health Together.
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.