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Telehealth

  • A Thoracic Surgeon Talks about the Benefits of Telemedicine

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    Dr. Bill Nelems is one of the driving forces behind British Columbia’s Interior Health Authority’s TeleThoracic Surgery program. He talks about the benefits to health care professionals and to patients.

  • 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...

  • Benefits Evaluation

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    Infoway works closely with our partners to assess the value of digital health projects and whether objectives have been achieved with our investments. These evaluations help us understand how our investments are impacting Canadians and the health care...

  • Benefits Evaluation Framework

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    Infoway worked with a panel of leading researchers to develop a Benefits Evaluation Framework and Strategy to help understand the effects Canada's investments in digital health technologies are having on individuals and the health care system as a...

  • Benefits Evidence – Pan-Canadian Studies

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    Benefits Evidence To assess the impact of Canada’s investment in digital health, Infoway undertakes regular monitoring and evaluation of the projects we invest in using our Benefits Evaluation Framework . Infoway commissions benefits evaluation studies...

  • Benefits of Digital Health

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    Digital health helps Canadians access better quality care, more efficiently through solutions and services such as electronic medical records, telehomecare, virtual visits and patient portals. For clinicians it means more informed decision making...

  • Bridging Distances through Telehealth Helps Both Patients and the Health Care System

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    Posted on April 19, 2016 by Shelagh Maloney Geography doesn’t have to be a factor anymore in the level of care a patient receives, and that’s good for both patients and the health care system. Take the case of Dr. Dylan Blacquiere, a stroke neurologist...

  • British Columbia eHealth Benefits Estimation, Executive Overview

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    22 August 2013

    This report provides an initial estimate of some of the benefits realized by British Columbia as a re­sult of its eHealth investments. It applies the research and analysis commissioned by Infoway specif­ically to the British Columbia environment and...

  • British Columbia: eHealth Benefits Estimates

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    22 August 2013

    The study leverages the model and findings of three pan-Canadian benefits evaluation studies for Diagnostic Imaging, Drug Information Systems, and Telehealth previously commissioned by Infoway . Benefits captured include both direct financial benefits...

  • Canada Health Infoway reports on progress in Telehealth

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    A Canada Health Infoway News Release on the state of telehealth in the country.

  • 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...

  • Collaboration and Communication

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    This video demonstrates that for patients like Marie-France Perrault, who lives at a distance from her health care team, receiving specialized treatment can be a challenge. See how a respiratory therapist, a respirologist and a patient collaborate...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Dr. Ed Brown: Telemedicine

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    Dr. Ed Brown, CEO of the Ontario Telemedicine Network, discusses patient and health care provider satisfaction with Telemedicine, highlighting key benefits such as reducing hospital visits for patients and improving quality, sustainability and access to...

  • Dr. Leo Picard’s story

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    Dr. Leo Picard, a rheumatologist in Moncton, New Brunswick, implemented video consulting in his practice in order to provide timely care and follow-up consultations to his patients in remote areas.

  • Evaluating the Benefits, Telehealth – TeleOncology, Initial Benefits Evaluation Assessment

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    31 July 2013

    This report provides initial insights into the early benefits of TeleOncology use in British Columbia. It includes a benefits evaluation framework, expected benefits, specific information on the origin and background of TeleOncology projects, initial...

  • Example Evaluation Methodology (Used in Newfoundland & Labrador Telehealth Strategy)

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    21 November 2012

    Example of a seven step evaluation methodology used in Newfoundland and Labrador's Telehealth strategy.

  • Heather's Story: Accessing Care in a Remote Community

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    Watch how Heather and her son Nicky are connecting with specialized medical care hundreds of kilometres away through video conferencing.

  • Increased Access for Remote Areas

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    For Canadians like Heather Blois and her son Nicky, living in a remote community means that access to specialized care can be difficult. Watch how a patient is connecting to a specialist hundreds of kilometres away.

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