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aEMR Study Report

  • 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...

  • Children’s Hospital for Eastern Ontario EpicCare Ambulatory Program Benefits Evaluation Report

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    27 April 2016

    The Children’s Hospital for Eastern Ontario (CHEO) is a pediatric health and research center serving the national Capital region including Eastern Ontario, Western Quebec, as well as Nunavut and parts of Northern Ontario. CHEO implemented an...

  • Group Health Centre Ambulatory – EMR/HIS Connect Benefits Evaluation Final Report

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    14 March 2016

    The Group Health Centre (GHC) is multi-specialty, multi-disciplinary ambulatory care facility with diagnostic services located in northern Ontario. GHC’s implementation of a new EMR solution sought to enable increased clinical efficiency and...

  • Multi-Hospital Ambulatory EMR Project

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    14 March 2016

    This report discusses the results of the Ontario Multi-Hospital Ambulatory Care Electronic Medical Record project. The report found improved outcomes such as a reduction in transcription costs and the reduction of clinical note turnaround time....

  • Ambulatory EMR Landscape Survey

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    25 April 2016

    The purpose of the 2015 Ambulatory EMR Landscape Survey was to determine the current adoption and maturity of EMR use in ambulatory care in Canada. This is the only national measure of EMR use in ambulatory care in Canada and was used to inform the...

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

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    Wednesday, April 27, 2016 The latest Infoway pan-Canadian benefits evaluation study will be released in a webinar on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Authored by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the study The Emerging Benefits of EMR Use in Ambulatory Care in...

  • 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...

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