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  • 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 CMA Workforce Survey – Digital Health Results

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    31 August 2017

    This document provides the results of the three digital health related questions from the 2017 CMA Workforce Survey.

  • A Case Study in Health Innovation: Lessons Learned in Deploying Online Patient Self-Scheduling

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    Posted on April 05, 2017 by Marco Lo My partners and I started Magenta Health, a family medical clinic in Toronto, as an opportunity to innovate, particularly when it comes to the use of technology to improve patient access, convenience, and care.

  • 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...

  • Adoption, Use, and Impact of E-Booking in Private Medical Practices: Mixed-Methods Evaluation of a Two-Year Showcase Project in Canada

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    14 October 2014

    Research was conducted on the adoption, use and impact of e-booking in private medical practices over a two year period. Canada Health Infoway invested in this project. The article is available in English only as originally published in JMIR Medical...

  • Baseline and Monthly Reporting: The Basics

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    22 August 2014

    The following resources on the value of e-booking are available to assist clinicians and practices in their planning, implementation and sustained use of e-booking or other consumer health solutions.

  • Better Health Together

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    Think digital health isn’t working for you? Think again. Aimed at raising awareness of the value and benefits of digital health for Canadians, the Better Health Together campaign features Canadians sharing their stories on their experiences with digital...

  • Canadians

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    80 per cent of Canadians want access to their health records and other digital health solutions, such as e-booking and e-visits. Additionally, 96 per cent of Canadians think it's important the health care system make use of digital health tools and...

  • Change Management Tips - After you Launch

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    08 May 2014

    The following change management resources are available to assist clinicians and practices in their planning, implementation and sustained use of e-booking or other consumer health solutions.

  • Change Management Tips - Before you Launch

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    08 May 2014

    The following change management resources are available to assist clinicians and practices in their planning, implementation and sustained use of e-booking or other consumer health solutions.

  • Consumer Health e-Services

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    Infoway’s Consumer Health Solutions investment program was established to educate and empower Canadians by providing electronic access to their health information and health care services. Canadians have indicated they are most likely to use digital...

  • Digital Health in Canada: Isabelle’s Story

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    As a busy mom with a full-time job, Isabelle appreciates being able to book appointments online, allowing her faster access to a physician.

  • Digital Health is Transforming My Experience as a Patient

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    Posted on November 7, 2014 by Kelly Kuru Given that next week is Digital Health Week , I’ve been putting some thought around digital health and how it impacts my day-to-day life. Specifically, “what’s the value” and “how significant has the impact been?”

  • Digital Health Myths

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    Digital health is transforming the way Canadians access health care as more and more are able to view their personal health history online, connect with their care provider through a virtual setting, and e-book medical appointments. It has also changed...

  • e-Booking

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    Ninety per cent of Canadians say they want the ability to e-book medical appointments. With that in mind, Canada Health Infoway has supported a variety of efforts to increase the use of e-booking in Canada, including the e-Booking Initiative (now...

  • e-Booking Initiative

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    About the Initiative Infoway is committed to advancing digital health in Canada through a variety of programs and initiatives. One such project, the e-Booking Initiative , helped to increase the awareness, adoption and use of patient self-scheduling...

  • e-Booking Privacy and Security Considerations

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    03 March 2014

    Based on experience to date and general good privacy practices, the following are some questions that should be considered as you move forward with your e-booking initiative.

  • e-Booking Workflow Mapping: Current and Future State

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    23 May 2014

    The following change management resources are available to assist clinicians and practices in their planning, implementation and sustained use of e-booking or other consumer health solutions.

  • e-Booking, it can work for your practice too!

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    December 11, 2014 Discover: Why nearly 90% of Canadians would like to be able to e-book appointments with their health care provider, if it was available; How e-booking can improve both clinician and patient satisfaction, save time and decrease no-show...

  • e-Booking: A Relatively Simple Concept That Can Make a Big Difference (Part 1 of 2)

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    Posted on April 10, 2014 by Fraser Ratchford Benefits to clinics When it comes to digital health, sometimes a small change can make a big difference — and this is the case with e-booking. A recent white paper released by Canada Health Infoway studies...

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