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  • Assessing Physicians’ Perceptions of the Benefits of PACS - a Regional Survey Pre- and Post-PACS Implementation

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    29 November 2011

    This article describes a survey of the expectations physicians in Newfoundland and Labrador had of a Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) both prior and post its implementation. Article available in English only as published in Diagnostic...

  • Telehealth Benefits and Adoption: Connecting People and Providers (Summary)

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    31 May 2011

    Canada Health Infoway commissioned Praxia Information Intelligence and Gartner to undertake this pan-Canadian study aimed at uncovering evidence of the use of Telehealth technology and the benefits achieved to date. (May 2011). This is a summary of the...

  • Telehealth Benefits and Adoption: Connecting People and Providers (Full)

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    30 May 2011

    Canada Health Infoway commissioned Praxia Information Intelligence and Gartner to undertake this pan-Canadian study aimed at uncovering evidence of the use of Telehealth technology and the benefits achieved to date. (May 2011).

  • Evaluation of the implementation of an electronic occurrence reporting system at Eastern Health, Newfoundland and Labrador (Phase One)

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    29 September 2010

    Evaluation of a pilot implementation of an electronic occurrence reporting system in Newfoundland and Labrador. Available in English only as published as a doctoral thesis through Memorial University.

  • National Impact of Generation 2 Drug Information Systems Technical Report (Summary)

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    15 September 2010

    This pan-Canadian drug information system benefits evaluation study details the quality and productivity outcomes being realized through these systems.

  • National Impact of Generation 2 Drug Information Systems Technical Report (Full)

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    15 September 2010

    This pan-Canadian drug information system benefits evaluation study details the quality and productivity outcomes being realized through these systems.

  • Prince Edward Island Drug Information System: Evaluation Report

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    27 May 2010

    Benefit evaluation report reviewing the process in which the province-wide drug information system was developed and implemented and to assess whether the full implemented system is achieving desired outcomes in relation in stakeholder benefits and...

  • ADEs in Adult Patients Leading in Emergency Visits: Baseline Study of Provincial Pharmacy Network Benefits

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    29 April 2010

    Study report from the Newfoundland Centre for Health Information evaluating the prevalence of adverse drug events (ADEs) in the province using St. John’s emergency departments (ED) as a proxy measure for ADEs that occur in the community. Available in...

  • Adverse Drug Events in Adult Patients Leading to Emergency Department Visits

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    29 April 2010

    Research study finding that adult adverse drug events (ADE)-related emergency department visits are frequent in Newfoundland & Labrador, and in most cases preventable. This study establishes a baseline for understanding the impacts of a provincial drug...

  • Evaluating the Benefits of Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Telehealth Program: Chronic Disease Management

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    29 January 2010

    Benefit evaluation report from Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Health Information on the provinces Chronic Disease Management Provincial Teleheath Program. Available in English only through Newfoundland & Labrador Centre for Health Information.

  • Adverse Drug Events Among Children Presenting to a Hospital Emergency Department in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

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    23 December 2009

    Research on the incidence of adverse drug events among children presenting to a hospital emergency department. This study establishes a baseline for understanding the impacts of a provincial drug information system in Newfoundland and Labrador. Article...

  • 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 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...

  • Impact of Picture Archiving Communication Systems on Rates of Duplicate Imaging: a Before-After Study

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    12 November 2008

    Research article published by researchers from McMaster University and ICES exploring the reduction in duplicate testing through electronic health information systems, such as picture archiving communication systems (PACS). Article available in English...

  • 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 (...

  • Benefits Evaluation Indicators Framework Report

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    15 September 2006

    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.


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