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Benefits Evaluation

  • 2014 National Survey of Canadian Nurses Data Set

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    19 August 2016

    The 2014 National Survey of Canadian Nurses is a quantitative survey of Canadian nurses to explore their access to and usage of digital health in nursing practice. It was collected in collaboration with the Canadian Nurses Association. The data of the...

  • 2014 The Value of Digital Health for Caregivers in Canada

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    23 December 2016

    In 2014, Canada Health Infoway undertook a national exploratory survey with R.A.Malatest & Associates Ltd., a third party research firm to conduct opinion research to investigate the value of Digital Health for caregivers in Canada. This Market Research...

  • 2015 - National Change Management Survey

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    09 November 2015

    This survey of change leaders and practitioners was commissioned to assess how change management is being conducted in healthcare across Canada. The focus was on gaining insights into Change Management best practices, enablers and barriers to change, as...

  • 2016 National Survey of Community-Based Pharmacists: Use of Digital Health Technology in Practice Data Set

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    29 June 2017

    The 2016 National Survey of Community-Based Pharmacists: Use of Digital Health Technology in Practice, revealed the positive impact that the use of digital health is having on Canadian pharmacists’ changing practice needs and on patient safety and the...

  • 2017 CMA Workforce Survey

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    The results of the 2017 CMA Workforce Survey examines what it means to be a doctor in Canada, examining everything from working hours, training, job satisfaction and use of technology. The Workforce survey follows the closure of the National Physician...

  • 2017 National Survey of Canadian Nurses Data Set

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    29 June 2017

    The 2017 National Survey of Canadian Nurses is a quantitative survey of Canadian nurses to explore their access to and usage of digital health in nursing practice. It was collected in collaboration with the Canadian Nurses Association. The full data set...

  • 2017 National Survey of Canadian Nurses: Use of Digital Health Technology in Practice

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    11 May 2017

    The results deck highlights the latest quantitative survey of Canadian nurses’ access to and use of digital health in practice. It was a joint collaboration between the Canadian Nurses Association, Canadian Nursing Informatics Association and Canada...

  • A Proposed Benefits Evaluation Framework for Health Information Systems in Canada

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    08 March 2016

    This Healthcare Quarterly article describes a benefits evaluation framework being implemented across Canada. The framework includes three quality dimensions (system, information and service), two system use dimensions (user and user satisfaction) and...

  • A Web-Based Patient Portal for Mental Health Care: Benefits Evaluation

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    18 November 2016

    Research was conducted for the benefits evaluation of a Web-based portal for patients undergoing treatment for serious or persistent mental illness. Canada Health Infoway invested in this project. The article is available in English only as originally...

  • Academia & Researchers

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    Infoway works with academics, researchers and partners like the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to enables work in evaluating and analysing the progress and impact of digital health. Infoway’s Benefits Evaluation Network helps researchers and...

  • ADEs in Adult Patients Leading in Emergency Visits: Baseline Study of Provincial Pharmacy Network Benefits

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    29 April 2010

    Study report from the Newfoundland Centre for Health Information evaluating the prevalence of adverse drug events (ADEs) in the province using St. John’s emergency departments (ED) as a proxy measure for ADEs that occur in the community. Available in...

  • Adoption, Use and Effects of an e-appointment System: Results of a Quebec Showcase Project

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    19 June 2014

    Canada Health Infoway ( Infoway ) invested in a demonstration project on e-booking that was evaluated by a research team from HEC Montreal and Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. The report found that e-booking had a significant impact on both...

  • Advancing Computerized Provider Order Entry in Canada with Leading Practice Tools and Resources

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    Posted on June 7, 2016 by Chad Leaver Managing how patients receive medications during a hospital stay is a complex inter-professional process involving physician, nursing, pharmacist and administrative staff. In Canada, the various steps for...

  • Advancing Primary Care Use of Electronic Medical Records in Canada

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    31 October 2014

    This article examines the federal government funding of Canada Health Infoway to co-investment with provinces, territories, and health care providers in electronic medical records (EMRs) in primary care settings to help improve access to care, quality...

  • Adverse Drug Events Among Children Presenting to a Hospital Emergency Department in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

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    23 December 2009

    Research on the incidence of adverse drug events among children presenting to a hospital emergency department. This study establishes a baseline for understanding the impacts of a provincial drug information system in Newfoundland and Labrador. Article...

  • Adverse Drug Events in Adult Patients Leading to Emergency Department Visits

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    29 April 2010

    Research study finding that adult adverse drug events (ADE)-related emergency department visits are frequent in Newfoundland & Labrador, and in most cases preventable. This study establishes a baseline for understanding the impacts of a provincial drug...

  • Ambulatory EMRs Increase Clinic Efficiency, Enabling Clinics to See More Patients

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    Posted on May 17, 2016 by Chad Leaver When you visit a specialist at a hospital clinic for the day, you’re probably there because you received a referral from your family doctor. Or, perhaps you are following up from a recent in-hospital stay, or...

  • Analyse des effets d'un programme de télésoins à domicile déployé au CSSS Jardins-Roussillon (in French only)

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    12 April 2012

    Benefits evaluation report on the effects and costs of care for patients in Quebec with chronic diseases who have been tele-monitored. Results of the study showed a significant decrease in the number of hospitalizations and visits to the emergency...

  • Assessing Physicians’ Perceptions of the Benefits of PACS - a Regional Survey Pre- and Post-PACS Implementation

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    29 November 2011

    This article describes a survey of the expectations physicians in Newfoundland and Labrador had of a Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) both prior and post its implementation. Article available in English only as published in Diagnostic...

  • Assessing Primary Care Physicians' Attitudes toward Adoption of an Electronic Tool to Support Cancer Diagnosis: An Exploratory Study

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    29 November 2012

    Research explores primary care physicians' attitudes toward adoption of a Diagnostic Assessment Program-Electronic Pathway Solution (DAP-EPS) in their clinical setting. DAP-EPS shows patients and their PCP where they are on the journey to cancer...

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