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iEHR

  • The Need for Electronic Health Records in Long-Term Care

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    Long-term care (LTC) settings serve an important proportion of seniors and vulnerable populations that require 24-hour nursing care. Deployment of interoperable electronic health records (iEHRs) to these settings lag. This study examines the prevalence...

  • Growth of the iEHR in Canada: User Adoption Landscape and Benefits

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    18 October 2016

    Interoperable electronic health record (iEHR) adoption has reached a critical mass of users with iEHRs available in all provinces and territories. Clinicians and other health care professionals in hospital and community settings are accessing important...

  • Growth of the iEHR in Canada: User Adoption Landscape & Benefits

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    Posted on November 1, 2016 by Bobby Gheorghiu and Sukirtha Tharmalingam For ten years, Infoway has been exploring with different ways of measuring progress that accurately and coherently convey the progress in digital health across the country. Earlier...

  • Example Evaluation Methodology (Used in New Brunswick's iEHR/Lab Scoping Initiative)

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    21 November 2012

    The Canada Health Infoway model for benefits evaluation demonstrates the broad strokes of defining and identifying benefits. This is an example of the evaluation methodology used in New Brunswick's iEHR / Lab scoping initiative.

  • The Value of Connected Health Information: Perceptions of Electronic Health Record Users in Canada

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    10 August 2016

    This BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making journal article summarizes the results of six provincial and territorial surveys, conducted between 2006 and 2014, about interoperable electronic health records (iEHRs): system, information and service...

  • Measuring Interoperable EHR adoption and maturity: a Canadian example

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    08 April 2016

    This BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making journal article examines the adoption of interoperable electronic health records (EHRs) across Canada through March 2015. Nearly 250,000 clinician and administrative users, approximately half of Canada’s...

  • Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study – Whiteboard

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    04 April 2018

    The Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study – Whiteboard accompanies Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study , providing an animated illustration of major findings from the report. See also:...

  • Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study – Technical Appendix

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    04 April 2018

    The Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study – Technical Appendix complements Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study , revealing the specific methods used to determine findings presented in the...

  • Do primary care physicians have the patient information they need? The impact of electronic health records

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    02 January 2018

    These slides were presented at the 2017 North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Conference. The presentation focused on the value and impact of connected health information in Canadian primary care settings.

  • Interoperable EHRs

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    An interoperable electronic health record (iEHR) provides each individual Canadian with a secure and private record of their health history and care within the health system. The record is available to authorized health providers and the individual...

  • Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study

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    04 April 2018

    With investment from Infoway and its partners in electronic health records, clinicians are beginning to have better access to patient information across the health care system continuum. The Infoway pan-Canadian study Connected Health Information in...

  • Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study – Infographic

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    04 April 2018

    iEHRs benefit the health care system $1 billion/year. View this infographic to learn more about major findings from our Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study report. See also: Connected Health Information in Canada: A...

  • Webinar: Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study

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    April 4, 2018 | 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST With investment from Infoway and its partners in electronic health records, clinicians are beginning to have better access to patient information across the health care system continuum. The Infoway pan-Canadian...

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