Digital health is giving Canadians easier access to services and empowering them to be more proactive in managing their health. It is also enabling clinicians to work more efficiently and effectively to provide the best possible care to their patients. We invite you to join the conversation by reading our 2015-2016 Annual Report.
Canadians Embracing Digital Health
Canadians want to go online to book appointments, send prescription renewal requests, consult with providers and access their health information. They also want to use new models of care, like telehomecare. This enables patients with chronic conditions to be monitored remotely from their homes, easing their anxiety and making care more efficient. Watch this video about the benefits of telehomecare.
Canada is continuing to make tremendous progress in the use of digital health tools and services. This progress is resulting in growing benefits for Canadians and our health system.
Clinicians Embracing Digital Health
Doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other clinicians are increasingly using digital health to help provide better patient care. Watch this video to learn how a doctor in New Brunswick is using telehealth to treat his patients.
Infoway is providing thought leadership and guidance to clinicians and other health system partners in areas including change management, clinical interoperability, preparing the next generation, architecture and health analytics. Check out the videos from our recent summit about the health system use of data.
Infoway's ImagineNation Challenges have been inspiring, provoking and promoting innovation in health and health care in Canada for the past five years. Watch this video to see how.
During Digital Health Week in November 2015, Infoway and supporting organizations came together to talk about and celebrate the important contributions digital health is making in the lives of Canadians. Our Better Health Together campaign also got people talking. Watch this ad from the campaign.