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  • ImagineNation Challenge -- Participating

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    Canada Health Infoway's ImagineNation Ideas Challenge , asks Canadians how they would improve health and health care through innovation in information and communications technologies. Everyone - whether they work in the health system, receive health...

  • Knowing is Better Presentation: David Bates

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    31 May 2012

    This presentation is by Dr. David Bates, CQO, and Chief, General Internal Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. It deals with the experience with ICT in health care in the United States.

  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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    20 September 2012

    This companion document aims to address the most common questions that clinicians may have related to the implementation and use of information and communication technology in clinical practice. These FAQs will help prepare presenters to field questions...

  • Knowing the Plan for Clinicians

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    This animated video provides an overview of the Canada-wide initiative and progress for a network of interconnected point-of-care and electronic health record systems. A patient scenario demonstrates how information and communication technology will...

  • PowerPoint Presentation Template

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    20 September 2012

    This customizable presentation, with speaker notes provided, is designed to assist you in educating your peers about the value and plan for a network of interconnected electronic systems in Canada. This presentation can be downloaded and modified to...

  • What Clinicians are Saying

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    Hear what Canadian clinicians from various disciplines have to say about the benefits of using information and communication technology in clinical practice. This video may be embedded on your website or linked from presentation applications such as...

  • Timely Access to Information

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    This video demonstrates how interconnected electronic health record systems in Prince Edward Island and Alberta are providing clinicians with timely access to patient information. Learn how having access to a patient’s complete medical picture can...

  • Decision Support and Workflow

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    Health care providers are increasingly using electronic decision support tools at the point of care to make evidence-informed decisions. This video describes how the electronic medication reconciliation process helps to reduce errors and support team...

  • Improves Efficiency and Avoids Duplication

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    Having the ability to access and exchange comprehensive patient electronic health information between providers improves efficiency and reduces unnecessary tests and procedures. In this video, see how clinicians and patients in British Columbia are...

  • 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...

  • Clinician Education Campaign Orientation Guide

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    05 May 2016

    This guide provides an overview of the Knowing is Better than not Knowing clinician education campaign, an introduction to the tools, implementation ideas and tips. Use this informative document as a go-to resource when using the toolkit elements.

  • ImagineNation Challenge -- Introduction

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    Canada Health Infoway's ImagineNation Ideas Challenge , asks Canadians how they would improve health and health care through innovation in information and communications technologies. Everyone - whether they work in the health system, receive health...

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