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Pan-Canadian Studies

  • Diagnostic Imaging Benefits Evaluation Report (Full)

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    15 December 2008

    Independent third-party evaluations of Digital Imaging (DI) systems (also known as PACS, for Picture Archiving and Communications Systems) were conducted in British Columbia, Ontario, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland and Labrador. The report explores the...

  • Diagnostic Imaging Benefits Evaluation Report (Summary)

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    16 December 2008

    Independent third-party evaluations of Digital Imaging (DI) systems (also known as PACS, for Picture Archiving and Communications Systems) were conducted in British Columbia, Ontario, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland and Labrador. The report explores the...

  • National Impact of Generation 2 Drug Information Systems Technical Report (Full)

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    15 September 2010

    This pan-Canadian drug information system benefits evaluation study details the quality and productivity outcomes being realized through these systems.

  • National Impact of Generation 2 Drug Information Systems Technical Report (Summary)

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    15 September 2010

    This pan-Canadian drug information system benefits evaluation study details the quality and productivity outcomes being realized through these systems.

  • 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...

  • RPM Benefits Evaluation Study: Full Report

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    10 June 2014

    Connecting Patients with Providers: A Pan-Canadian Study on Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) was commissioned to investigate the current state of RPM in Canada and help inform the potential for broader implementation across Canada. The study suggests...

  • 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...

  • Infographic: Diagnostic Imaging: Summary of Program Achievements

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    28 November 2017

    Investments in Diagnostic Imaging (DI) have resulted in reduced exam turn-around time, improved productivity for radiologists and the avoidance of thousands of unnecessary patient transfers for additional imaging each year. DI projects have also...

  • Connecting Patients with Providers: A Pan-Canadian Study on Remote Patient Monitoring, Executive Summary

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    09 June 2014

    Connecting Patients with Providers: A Pan-Canadian Study on Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) was commissioned to investigate the current state of RPM in Canada and help inform the potential for broader implementation across Canada. The study suggests...

  • The Emerging Benefits of Electronic Medical Record Use in Community-Based Care: Full Report

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    21 April 2013

    This pan-Canadian study looked at the current and emerging effects of implementing EMRs in community-based practices in Canada. An executive summary is also available.

  • The Emerging Benefits of Electronic Medical Record Use in Community-Based Care: Executive Summary

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    21 April 2013

    This summary of Infoway’s pan-Canadian electronic medical record study summarizes the current and emerging benefits of implementing EMRs in community-based practices in Canada.

  • Telehealth Benefits and Adoption: Connecting People and Providers (Full)

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    30 May 2011

    Canada Health Infoway commissioned Praxia Information Intelligence and Gartner to undertake this pan-Canadian study aimed at uncovering evidence of the use of Telehealth technology and the benefits achieved to date. (May 2011).

  • Telehealth Benefits and Adoption: Connecting People and Providers (Summary)

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    31 May 2011

    Canada Health Infoway commissioned Praxia Information Intelligence and Gartner to undertake this pan-Canadian study aimed at uncovering evidence of the use of Telehealth technology and the benefits achieved to date. (May 2011). This is a summary of the...

  • The Emerging Benefits of EMR Use in Ambulatory Care in Canada – Full Report

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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...

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

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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 use in ambulatory care. The study reveals that EMR use in this setting is advancing patient...

  • The Emerging Benefits of EMR Use in Ambulatory Care in Canada Infographic

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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 use in ambulatory care. The study reveals that EMR use in this setting is advancing patient...

  • 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...

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

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    04 April 2018

    The Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study – Infographic accompanies Connected Health Information in Canada: A Benefits Evaluation Study , providing a visual representation to illustrate major findings from the report. See...

  • 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...

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