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Diagnostic Imaging

  • 99% of Imaging in Canadian Hospitals is Now Digital

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    99% of imaging in Canadian hospitals is now digital. Think digital health isn't working for you? Think again.

  • 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...

  • Better Diagnoses & Treatment

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    Today in Nova Scotia, all radiological scans are performed 100 per cent digitally. And that means specialists can easily share test results leading to faster, more accurate diagnosis regardless of where patients receive care.

  • 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...

  • DI-r Use and Benefits Survey

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    30 January 2015

    Results of an electronic survey of radiologists and referring physicians on the use and benefits of diagnostic imaging repositories.

  • Diagnosis time cut by 92 per cent

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    Patients are receiving faster treatment in five priority areas: cancer surgery, selected cardiac procedures, cataract surgery, hip and knee replacements and diagnostic imaging (CAT scans or MRIs) thanks to Ontario’s Wait Times Information System or WTIS.

  • 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...

  • Diagnostic Imaging Systems

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    Diagnostic imaging (DI) systems enable authorized health care providers to access and view diagnostic images (such as x-rays, ultrasounds, MRIs and CT scans) and associated reports regardless of where they were created. DI systems electronically...

  • Digital Diagnostic Imaging Provides Significant Benefits to Canadians and our Health System

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    Posted on December 12, 2017 by Jeff Green There are many new and exciting initiatives underway at Infoway including PrescribeIT TM , Canada’s national e-prescribing solution, which has made incredible progress in the past 18 months.

  • Digital Health in Canada: Marissa's Story

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    After fracturing her ankle, Marissa benefited from digital imaging that ensured her x-rays were easily accessible by her care team, when they needed them.

  • 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...

  • Integration of the OLIS and SWODIN Viewers into Patient Electronic Records and the Benefits to Access of Patient Information

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    14 March 2016

    Grey Bruce Health Services (GBHS) launched the OLIS (Ontario Laboratories Information System) and SWODIN (South Western Ontario Diagnostic Imaging Network) Integration Projects to provide clinician access to lab results and x-rays in patient electronic...

  • Nova Scotia Goes Digital

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    In Eastern Canada, advanced digital technology is making an enormous difference in patient outcomes and treatments costs.

  • Progress in Canada

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    Canada has made tremendous progress over the past 10-plus years in increasing the availability and use of digital health solutions. Infoway, the provinces and territories, and our other partners have worked together to deploy core systems such as...

  • Projects List

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    Infoway co-invests with jurisdictions and other organizations to support projects across the country. Many of these projects, especially those supported by early federal investment in Infoway, are complete or nearing completion. Projects List (2007,...

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