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  • Mental Health Engagement Network

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    This research study introduces, delivers, and evaluates the benefits of using web and mobile technology to provide consistent supportive health care to individuals living within London, Ontario and the surrounding area who have been diagnosed with a...

  • Mental Health Engagement Network: An Analysis of Outcomes Following a Mobile and Web-based Intervention

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    The Mental Health Engagement Network (MHEN) project introduces, delivers and evaluates the use of consumer driven web and mobile based technologies in the delivery of mental health care services to individuals living in the community (approximately 400...

  • EMR, EHR and PHR – and Now aEMR and H/HIS – What’s with These Systems?

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    Posted on May 4, 2016 by Dennis Giokas A lot has changed since the initial blog post on this topic five years ago. The nature of the systems supporting clinicians and patients has matured significantly. For example, many now have advanced functionality...

  • International Health IT Benchmarking: Learning from cross-country comparisons

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    25 August 2016

    Published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA), this article produced by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Health Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Benchmarking Pilot Group,...

  • EMR, EHR, and PHR – Why All the Confusion?

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    Posted on April 7, 2011 by Trevor Hodge This blog post was created in collaboration with my colleague and fellow blogger Dennis Giokas . The use of digital health records is accelerating worldwide. As we meet with our colleagues in other countries we...

  • Evaluating Patient Empowerment in Association With eHealth Technology: Scoping Review

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    10 November 2017

    This scoping review published in Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR), explores the concept of patient empowerment within the context of citizen access to their health information through an online personal health record. The review furthers the...

  • Defining Empowerment and Supporting Engagement: Saskatchewan Patients and the eHealth Saskatchewan Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP)

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    10 November 2017

    This research study was designed to explore the views of Saskatchewan citizens who took part in the eHealth Saskatchewan Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP) Pilot project. The study explored the portal use of citizens and the subsequent influence...

  • eHealth Saskatchewan Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP) Benefits Evaluation Report

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    10 November 2017

    This report explores the benefits realized from the eHealth Saskatchewan Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP) Pilot project. CHIP, a citizen-centric personal health record (PHR), allows individual participants to view their personal health...

  • eHealth Saskatchewan Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP) White Paper

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    10 November 2017

    This paper discusses the demonstrated value from citizen access to their health information during the pilot phase of Saskatchewan’s Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP). Citizens expressed a positive experience with CHIP through a mixed-method...

  • Understanding EHRs, EMRs and PHRs

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    Electronic health records (EHRs), electronic medical records (EMRs) and personal health records (PHRs) are similar terms but have different definitions and distinct purposes. At Canada Health Infoway, the terms are defined as follows: Electronic Health...

  • Nova Scotia Personal Health Record Demonstration Project - Benefits Evaluation Report

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    08 August 2014

    The Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness undertook a two-year demonstration project to introduce a Personal Health Record (PHR) to the provincial health care system by implementing the RelayHealth PHR solution within the Capital Health...

  • Valuing Canadians’ Secure Access to Their Health Information and Digital Health e-Services

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    12 July 2018

    Personal health records and other e-services provide $106 to $134 million a year in value to the health care system. Download our study to learn more about the value of patient health records.

  • Current and Potential Value of Canadians’ Secure Access to Their Health Information and Digital Health e-Services

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    In collaboration with the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation (SRDC), Infoway recently completed a comprehensive study to estimate the evidence-based value of citizen access to their health information and a set of digital health e-services....

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