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  • 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...

  • Top 10 Downloaded Benefits Evaluation Reports

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    Posted on November 15, 2017 by Kate Perkins In the spirit of celebrating Digital Health Week, we were curious to see what benefits evaluation reports peeked the interest of website visitors over the past three years. These evaluations help us understand...

  • Infographic: The Diffusion of Smart Devices for Health in Canada

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    14 November 2017

    Results of a recent study show an opportunity to advance the health of Canadians through mobile apps and smart devices. It is the first comparable study of its kind internationally, and the largest ever, world-wide. View the full report.

  • eHealth Saskatchewan Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP) White Paper

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    10 November 2017

    This paper discusses the demonstrated value from citizen access to their health information during the pilot phase of Saskatchewan’s Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP). Citizens expressed a positive experience with CHIP through a mixed-method...

  • Defining Empowerment and Supporting Engagement: Saskatchewan Patients and the eHealth Saskatchewan Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP)

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    10 November 2017

    This research study was designed to explore the views of Saskatchewan citizens who took part in the eHealth Saskatchewan Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP) Pilot project. The study explored the portal use of citizens and the subsequent influence...

  • Evaluating Patient Empowerment in Association With eHealth Technology: Scoping Review

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    10 November 2017

    This scoping review published in Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR), explores the concept of patient empowerment within the context of citizen access to their health information through an online personal health record. The review furthers the...

  • eHealth Saskatchewan Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP) Benefits Evaluation Report

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    10 November 2017

    This report explores the benefits realized from the eHealth Saskatchewan Citizen Health Information Portal (CHIP) Pilot project. CHIP, a citizen-centric personal health record (PHR), allows individual participants to view their personal health...

  • Top Benefits Evaluation Reports and Activities July – September 2017

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    18 October 2017

    Our Evaluation Services team works with our partners to assess the value of digital health projects and whether objectives have been achieved with our investments. Here are the top benefits evaluation reports and activities from Q2 July – September 2017...

  • Diffusion of Smart Devices for Health in Canada – Final Report

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    18 September 2017

    This study examines the results from a national survey of 4,109 Canadian adults, which sought to understand consumer use patterns for mobile apps and smart devices to monitor health and well-being. Funded by Canada Health Infoway, and conducted in...

  • 2017 CMA Workforce Survey

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    The results of the 2017 CMA Workforce Survey examines what it means to be a doctor in Canada, examining everything from working hours, training, job satisfaction and use of technology. The Workforce survey follows the closure of the National Physician...

  • EMR is the Solution, Not the Problem — Canadian Healthcare Network.ca

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    29 August 2017

    In this editorial, Dr. Adam Stewart examines the advantages of using electronic medical records (EMRs) and addresses the root cause of some common criticism.

  • Top Benefits Evaluation Reports and Activities April – June 2017

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    Posted on August 1, 2017 by Kate Perkins Is it just me or did the last quarter fly by? It was a busy time for our Evaluation Services team as well – lots of great and interesting evaluations on the go.

  • Top Benefits Evaluation Reports and Activities April – June 2017

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    30 June 2017

    Our Evaluation Services team works with our partners to assess the value of digital health projects and whether objectives have been achieved with our investments. Here are the top benefits evaluation reports and activities from Q1 April – June 2017...

  • 2017 National Survey of Canadian Nurses Data Set

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    29 June 2017

    The 2017 National Survey of Canadian Nurses is a quantitative survey of Canadian nurses to explore their access to and usage of digital health in nursing practice. It was collected in collaboration with the Canadian Nurses Association. The full data set...

  • 2016 National Survey of Community-Based Pharmacists: Use of Digital Health Technology in Practice Data Set

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    29 June 2017

    The 2016 National Survey of Community-Based Pharmacists: Use of Digital Health Technology in Practice, revealed the positive impact that the use of digital health is having on Canadian pharmacists’ changing practice needs and on patient safety and the...

  • Changes in blood pressure among patients in the Ontario Telehomecare programme: An observational longitudinal cohort study

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    02 June 2017

    This article examines an observational study of over 3500 patients in Ontario, which was conducted to investigate the changes in blood pressure among patients enrolled in the Ontario Telemedicine Network Telehomecare program between 2012 and 2015. Blood...

  • Infoway’s Ambulatory Electronic Medical Record (AMB EMR) Program Lessons Learned

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    01 June 2017

    This document provides a summary of implementation challenges and key lessons learned synthesized from eleven Benefits Evaluation (BE) reports from Infoway funded Ambulatory Electronic Medical Records (AMB EMR) projects.

  • Virtual Visits and Patient-Centered Care: Results of a Patient Survey and Observational Study

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    The use of remote virtual visit technology is emerging as a new model of care and access to primary care services in Canada. This report discusses results from a retrospective population-based quantitative study on virtual visits conducted by...

  • Understanding Virtual Visits in British Columbia: Patient and Physician Perspectives Webinar (Full)

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    Virtual care is advancing in modern health care systems, and across Canada. Infoway commissioned research to examine virtual visits, also known as face-to-face real time videoconference visits, in British Columbia. This webinar: Shares results of a...

  • Handbook of eHealth Evaluation

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    This handbook, published by the University of Victoria, provides a practical guide on the evaluation of eHealth systems for students and individuals who are involved with the planning, design, implementation, use, support and assessment of eHealth...


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