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  • Another Year of Tremendous Progress for PrescribeIT™

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    Posted on February 27, 2019 by Bobbi Reinholdt The PrescribeIT™ journey began three years ago with a commitment to the creation of a single, national e-prescribing service, enabling prescriptions to be electronically transmitted to a patient’s pharmacy...

  • EMRs Have Paved the Way for True e-Prescribing, Improving Patient Safety

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    Posted on March 5, 2019 by Dr. Rashaad Bhyat Follow @DrRBhyat The world around us has changed rapidly in the past few decades, as technological advances have accelerated — the Internet, smart phones and social media have all redefined the way that we...

  • There’s No Silver Bullet Solution to Solve the Opioid Crisis, but our Health Care System can Make Strides Forward

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    Posted on March 12, 2018 by Tanya Achilles Follow @achilles_tanya In 2016 alone, opioids were responsible for almost one in 13 deaths across the country. Despite the attention that the opioid crisis has received from mainstream media and focused efforts...

  • Introducing Standardizations to Pharmacy Workflows Could Benefit Patients, Pharmacy Staff

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    Posted on March 19, 2019 by Seema Nayani One of the places I frequent is my local Tim Horton’s (very Canadian of me, eh?). When I’m picking up my medium steeped tea double-double, I marvel at the ability of the staff to complete orders in a timely, and...

  • Informatics e-Resource Prepares Pharmacy Students for Digital Environments

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    Posted on November 15 by Lisa Bishop In this modern, technology-enabled world, how do we encourage the next generation of pharmacists to embrace technology? Although this generation of students has grown up in a digital environment, they aren’t...

  • Collaboration the Key to Integrating Informatics into the Pharmacy Curriculum

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    Posted on November 15 by Christopher Louizos I was asked to write a blog regarding the integration of the informatics e-resource for pharmacy students into our curriculum at the University of Manitoba, College of Pharmacy. I found this an interesting...

  • We Need to Transform Education to Prepare Students for the Digital Health Transformation

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    Posted on November 16 by Gilles Leclerc Will information technology transform healthcare? Like most of you I believe that, without a doubt, it will. Digital records, e-prescribing, connected devices, mobile apps, robotics, telehealth, and artificial...

  • Moving Upstream – Next Generation: Clinicians in Training Program now includes Faculty Peer Leaders

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    Posted August 11, 2015 by Anne Fazzalari Technology impacts every aspect of our daily lives and academia is no exception. The tools of the trade for educators have changed today and now include everything from smart boards to social media to online...

  • Clinicians are Embracing Digital Health

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    Posted on January 6, 2016 by Dr. Rashaad Bhyat It is no secret that the volume of medical knowledge is increasing exponentially every day.

  • Unsecure Data has no Place in the Health System

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    Posted on July 10, 2019 by Dr. Neil Naik , Family Physician, Waterloo ON. In our comprehensive health system, patients work with a myriad of health care professionals to meet their specific needs. Physicians, pharmacists, hospitals and personal support...

  • See How PrescribeIT Works in an Electronic Medical Record System and a Pharmacy Management System (October 2019)

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    This webinar is part of the PrescribeIT® clinician webinar series. October 8, 2019 | 1:30 p.m. – 2 p.m. ET PrescribeIT®, Canada's electronic prescribing service, integrates seamlessly with electronic medical record (EMR) systems...

  • Ask Your Pharmacist: Expertise at Your Fingertips

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    Posted on February 11, 2020 by Katie Bryski According to a recent study, nearly nine in 10 Canadians consult the internet for health information. [1] Unfortunately, “Dr. Google” isn’t always a trustworthy source. False and misleading...

  • Kimberly’s Story: Reducing Medication Errors

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    As a community pharmacist, Kimberly uses digital health to obtain critical patient information. Learn how access to lab results prevented Kimberly from prescribing the wrong medication to a patient.

  • Clinicians and the Health Care Community

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    Infoway collaborates with our partners in both the private and public sectors to support and accelerate the digital health agenda and achieve the vision of healthier Canadians through innovative digital health solutions. Join the Clinical Engagement...

  • Must-Haves in Workflow Excellence

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    Posted on May 26, 2020 by Seema Nayani Gone are the days when clinicians practiced at only one specific site. Currently, many work at a few different sites part-time, or even as a fill-in or relief. Like many of my colleagues, I provide patient care at...

  • How is the Pharmacists-in-Training Project Similar to a “Barn-Raising?”

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    Posted on January 26, 2015 by Valerie Leung When a colleague likened the development of the Informatics for Pharmacy Students e-Resource to a proverbial “barn-raising,” I was intrigued.

  • Regulatory Bodies

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    Infoway is dedicated to ensuring all stakeholders, including patients and clinicians, are engaged and have a voice in the development of new digital health solutions and services. We work with regulatory bodies and colleges to ensure we meet the needs...

  • Connecting Clinicians through e-Prescribing

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    Posted on August 25, 2020 by Anne Baldwin Archimedes said it best: the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. For physician Dr. Jeffrey Steed, this is all too true when it comes to prescribing. Based in Coaldale, AB, his clinic was...

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