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  • Health Sciences North Ambulatory Electronic Medical Record and HIS Connect

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    04 March 2015

    The North Eastern Ontario Network (NEON) represents a consortium of 22 hospitals and 3 independent health facilities serving the residents of north eastern Ontario with one Electronic Health Record (EHR). NEON launched a series of projects focused on...

  • Explore Links between Physician EMR Use and Care Quality and Productivity

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    Thursday, March 26, 2015 The National Physician Survey (NPS) released in December 2014 revealed significant growth in family physician adoption and use of electronic medical records (EMRs), increasing 54 percentage points to 77 per cent between 2006 and...

  • 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.

  • System and Use Assessment Survey

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    01 February 2015

    This system and use assessment survey is designed to assess user adoption, use, and information and system quality of the health information system implemented, as well as, the level of satisfaction amongst end-users.

  • 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.

  • 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...

  • Impact of Information Technology on Information Gaps in Canadian Ambulatory Care Encounters

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    26 January 2015

    This study examined the availability of patient information to specialists during patient visits in ambulatory settings. Findings were that information gaps are common in ambulatory care encounters, and do have consequences, but that physicians with...

  • Benefits of EMR Adoption in Hospital-based Outpatient Ambulatory Clinics

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    22 January 2015

    The study examines a broad set operational process benefits of implementing electronic medical records (EMR) in a small sample of hospital-based outpatient ambulatory clinics. The results of this exploratory study demonstrate the leading process...

  • 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...

  • The Emerging Benefits of Electronic Medical Record Use in Community-Based Care

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    April 23, 2013 A recent pan-Canadian benefits evaluation study determined the current and emerging benefits of implementing electronic medical records in community-based practices. The accompanying webinar provided an in-depth presentation on the study...

  • 2014 National Physician Survey

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    03 December 2014

    The National Physician Survey (NPS) gathers opinions of physicians, medical residents and students across Canada. It is the largest census survey of its kind and provides insight from current and future doctors on a wide range of health care issues. It...

  • Implementation of an Electronic Health Record Specifically for Cancer

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    02 December 2014

    The Centre intégré de cancérologie de Laval (Laval's integrated cancer centre, CICL) deployed a specialized electronic health record (EHR) for cancer to automate care coordination and operationalize systematic treatment plans. The objective of this...

  • Synoptic Reporting

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    13 November 2014

    This backgrounder looks at the results of a health analytics demonstration project with the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness through Cancer Care Nova Scotia.

  • Methodology for Administering a System and Use Survey

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    10 November 2014

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

  • How to Successfully Select and Implement Electronic Health Records (EHR) in small Ambulatory Practice Settings

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    Adoption of EHRs by U.S. ambulatory practices has been slow despite the perceived benefits of their use. Most evaluations of EHR implementations in the literature apply to large practice settings. While there are similarities relating to EHR...

  • eHealth is worth it - The Economic Benefits of Implemented eHealth Solutions at Ten European Sites

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    The project team economically evaluated ten selected sites using the context adaptive method also developed in the project.

  • Realising the Benefits - Assessing the implementation agenda for change

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    This paper examines progress in implementation based on interviews with key national informants and on case studies in 10 NHS trusts. The report highlights unrealised potential in achieving positive changes to NHS care and makes a number of...

  • Towards a model of successful electronic health record adoption

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    The Canadian healthcare landscape abounds with pressures to address wait times, chronic disease management, aging at home, information and service integration, health human resource shortages, pandemic planning and most importantly health outcomes of...

  • A summary of recent studies completed that look into the success/failure of IT projects

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    A number of studies have been completed that look into the success / failure rates of projects. These studies indicate that serious problems exist across a broad cross-section of industries.

  • Benefits Driven Change - A Practical Guide for the NHS

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    This guide shows how a benefits approach to change can be used to deliver sustainable service transformation more quickly. It also helps the care community, including external partnerships, to be more flexible in responding to changing circumstances.


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