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Benefits Evaluation

  • 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...

  • North York General Hospital CPOE Toolkit Benefits Evaluation Report

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    21 April 2016

    This report highlights the successful outcomes of North York General Hospital’s (NYGH) Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) toolkit. The report found the increasing participation of CPOE Toolkit users provides evidence that its importance is being...

  • Evaluation of Developing and Implementing Canadian Synoptic Reporting and Outcome Standards for Colonoscopy, Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and Colposcopy

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    21 April 2016

    The project developed, implemented and evaluated national data models for reporting colonoscopy, upper gastrointestinal (UGI) endoscopy and colposcopy procedures that incorporate standard terminologies and classification. The benefits evaluation report...

  • Health PEI CPOE Implementation Project – Post Implementation Report

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    21 April 2016

    This report provides an overview of the Health PEI Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) project and shares critical success factors of implementation as well as lessons learned.

  • DAP-EPS Benefits Evaluation Final Report

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    21 April 2016

    This benefits evaluation report evaluates Cancer Care Ontario’s Diagnostic Assessment Program-Electronic Pathway Solution (DAP-EPS). It focuses on usability and user feedback on the application, adoption of the tool among patients, care providers and...

  • Mental Health Engagement Network (MHEN): Connecting Clients with their Health Team Benefits Evaluation Report

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    21 April 2016

    The Mental Health Engagement Network (MHEN) project developed, delivered, and evaluated an interactive web-based personal health record, the Lawson SMART Record (LSR), to assist mental health clients in managing their care and connecting with their care...

  • Evaluation of Benefits of the Mobile Information Systems Implementation

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    21 April 2016

    A benefits evaluation report examining the benefits of mobile devices and mobile application implementation and use in a hospital setting. The interviews and surveys were conducted at The Ottawa Hospital.

  • University Health Network and Infonaut Pilot Project: Benefits Evaluation

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    17 February 2016

    This University Health Network report highlights the Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) department’s pilot of the Hospital Watch Live (HWL) system developed to track real-time indicators. The report found Data captured by HWL enables front-line...

  • Final Benefits Evaluation: Ambulatory Electronic Mental Health Record - Southlake Regional Health Centre and Mackenzie Health

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    25 April 2016

    This evaluation was completed for the implementation of the Ambulatory Electronic Mental Health Record (AEMHR) project at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital and Southlake Regional Health Centre and includes Single Sign On (SSO) connection of the hospitals...

  • Health Sciences North Ambulatory Electronic Medical Record and HIS Connect

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    04 March 2015

    The North Eastern Ontario Network (NEON) represents a consortium of 22 hospitals and 3 independent health facilities serving the residents of north eastern Ontario with one Electronic Health Record (EHR). NEON launched a series of projects focused on...

  • Impact of Information Technology on Information Gaps in Canadian Ambulatory Care Encounters

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    26 January 2015

    This study examined the availability of patient information to specialists during patient visits in ambulatory settings. Findings were that information gaps are common in ambulatory care encounters, and do have consequences, but that physicians with...

  • Benefits of EMR Adoption in Hospital-based Outpatient Ambulatory Clinics

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    22 January 2015

    The study examines a broad set operational process benefits of implementing electronic medical records (EMR) in a small sample of hospital-based outpatient ambulatory clinics. The results of this exploratory study demonstrate the leading process...

  • EMR implementation in Oncology for the Regional Cancer Care Program in Northwestern Ontario

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    01 May 2015

    The Regional Cancer Care Program in Northwestern Ontario implemented a comprehensive Electronic Medical Record (EMR) to integrate 13 satellite clinics across the region and improve the quality of information and timely access to the information...

  • The Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Odette Ambulatory Electronic Medical Records (aEMR) Project: Benefits Evaluation

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    17 February 2016

    The Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Odette Ambulatory Electronic Medical Records (aEMR) Project was conducted to extend Sunnybrook’s own web-based clinician workflow platform, SunnyCare, to all clinicians in the Odette Cancer Centre. The evaluation...

  • The Emerging Benefits of EMR Use in Ambulatory Care in Canada – Summary Deck

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    27 April 2016

    The Emerging Benefits of EMR Use in Ambulatory Care in Canada is an Infoway commissioned pan-Canadian study to determine the current and emerging benefits of EMR us in ambulatory care. The study reveals that EMR use in this setting is advancing patient...

  • Benefit Evaluation of the Wel-Tel Program: Patient‐Centered Monitoring

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    29 January 2016

    This University of British Columbia (UBC) report examines quality of care and efficiency benefits for patients and providers using a mobile health (mHealth) tool for chronic disease management. The project uses text messaging to promote self-care and...

  • Benefit Evaluation of the Wel-Tel Program: Patient‐Centered Monitoring Summary

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    16 February 2016

    This document provides a condensed and visual representation of the University of British Columbia report on the WelTel mHealth Program . The report was funded by Infoway.

  • Trillium Health Centre: Benefits Evaluation of the Implementation of Patient Order Sets in Long-Term Care

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    03 May 2016

    This benefits evaluation report discusses the implementation of patient order sets at long-term care sites in the Mississauga Halton LHIN between November 2012 and March 2014. The report evaluates the impact of order sets on improved care delivery,...

  • 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...

  • Benefits Evaluation Report, Telehomecare Heart Failure Pilot Projects

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    31 July 2013

    This report is a benefits evaluation of the Telehomecare Heart Failure pilot projects of both the Vancouver Island Health Authority and the Interior Health Authority. Its findings on realized benefits are outlined according to three dimensions: quality...

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