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  • 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...

  • Pan-Canadian Benefits Evaluation Network

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    Infoway’s Benefits Evaluation Network links together Infoway, jurisdictional team leaders and researchers to share best practices and communicate around benefits evaluation. Members of the network are called upon to contribute to development of...

  • 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...

  • BC Panorama Benefits Evaluation Report for Immunization Management and Family Health Modules

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    22 July 2015

    Panorama is a Public Health Surveillance application. The report focuses on stakeholder groups that are familiar with, and utilize the Immunization Management and Family Health modules, for health care delivery, as well as decision-making purposes in...

  • Atlantic Canada iEHR – Labs Benefits Evaluation Project – Phase 2 (Nova Scotia)

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    18 September 2014

    In 2013, Nova Scotia began the implementation of a province-wide clinical information system, the Secure Health Access Record (SHARE), which pulls together patient information from across Nova Scotia. The SHARE Viewer is a portal that clinicians use to...

  • Evidence of Digital Health Adoption and Benefits

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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...

  • Panorama Vaccine Inventory Module, Benefits Evaluation Report Ministry of Health

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    22 August 2013

    In collaboration with Infoway , the BC Ministry of Health’s Corporate Management and Operations Branch has launched a project to evaluate the benefits resulting from the implementation of the Panorama vaccine inventory management module. The specific...

  • Benefits Evaluation Report, Telehomecare Heart Failure Pilot Projects

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    31 July 2013

    This report is a benefits evaluation of the Telehomecare Heart Failure pilot projects of both the Vancouver Island Health Authority and the Interior Health Authority. Its findings on realized benefits are outlined according to three dimensions: quality...

  • Benefits Evaluation Indicators Technical Report

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    15 September 2006

    The aim of this Infoway Benefits Evaluation Technical report is to provide a high-level coherent framework that is evidence-based to guide subsequent field evaluation studies by the respective jurisdictions and investment programs. An updated report (...

  • Canadian Dental Association Post Implementation Benefits Evaluation Report

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    26 January 2015

    The Canadian Dental Association's Post Implementation Benefits Evaluation Report assessed the impact of eReferral solutions on dental referrals and consultations, in terms of quality, productivity, access and cost. Focusing on system, information and...

  • Nova Scotia Personal Health Record Demonstration Project - Benefits Evaluation Report

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    08 August 2014

    The Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness undertook a two-year demonstration project to introduce a Personal Health Record (PHR) to the provincial health care system by implementing the RelayHealth PHR solution within the Capital Health...

  • From Benefits Evaluation to Clinical Adoption: Making Sense of Health Information Systems Success in Canada

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    This article proposes a Clinical Adoption Framework for making sense of health information system (HIS) success in Canada. It extends Canada Health Infoway's Benefits Evaluation Framework with contextual factors that influence HIS adoption by...

  • Benefits Evaluation Indicators Technical Report Version 2.0

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    20 July 2012

    In 2006, Canada Health Infoway produced the first version of the Benefits Evaluation (BE) Indicators Technical Report. This version 2.0 is an evolved version of the original, incorporating updated indicators for each original program area as well as new...

  • eChart Manitoba Release 1: A Benefits Evaluation

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    22 August 2012

    Benefit evaluation report assessing and informing on what benefits are, and have been, realized through the first release of eChart Manitoba over 33 sites in the province. Available in English only through Connected Care.

  • Benefits Evaluation Survey Process - System & Use Assessment Survey

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    22 November 2012

    This document details the process of adapting and administering the customizable Infoway System & Use Assessment Survey which is intended to be administered soon after a project has gone live for the purpose of benefits evaluation.

  • Benefits Evaluation Indicators Framework Report

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    The aim of this Infoway Benefits Evaluation framework is to provide a high-level coherent framework that is evidence-based to guide subsequent field evaluation studies by the respective jurisdictions and investment programs.

  • Manitoba’s Physician Integrated Network (PIN) Initiative A Benefits Evaluation Report

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    Benefit evaluation report focused on the impacts of electronic medical records (EMRs) on care provided by family medicine practices participating in Manitoba’s Physician Integrated Network (PIN). Available in English only through the Government of...

  • 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...

  • Manitoba’s Physician Integrated Network (PIN) Initiative A Benefits Evaluation Report

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    Benefit evaluation report focused on the impacts of electronic medical records (EMRs) on care provided by family medicine practices participating in Manitoba’s Physician Integrated Network (PIN). Available in English only through the Government of...


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