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  • 2014 The Value of Digital Health for Caregivers in Canada

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    23 December 2016

    In 2014, Canada Health Infoway undertook a national exploratory survey with R.A.Malatest & Associates Ltd., a third party research firm to conduct opinion research to investigate the value of Digital Health for caregivers in Canada. This Market Research...

  • A Web-Based Patient Portal for Mental Health Care: Benefits Evaluation

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    18 November 2016

    Research was conducted for the benefits evaluation of a Web-based portal for patients undergoing treatment for serious or persistent mental illness. Canada Health Infoway invested in this project. The article is available in English only as originally...

  • Ontario Telemedicine Network Telehomecare Deployment Project: Phase 2-Remote Patient Monitoring

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    17 November 2016

    In October 2014, the Ontario Telemedicine Network launched the expansion of their telehomecare project to 3500 patients with chronic disease throughout Ontario. This benefits evaluation report exhibits the impact of the telehomecare program such as an...

  • Ontario Shores’ HealthCheck Patient Portal Benefits Evaluation Report

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    17 November 2016

    In December, 2014, Ontario Shores launched the ‘Healthcheck’ Patient Portal to provide patients and caregivers access to their health information, with the aim to promote patient engagement and partnerships in care. The results of this benefits...

  • Holland Bloorview connect2care Benefits Evaluation Report

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    01 November 2016

    In December 2014, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital implemented a consumer health portal, connect2care, that allows patients and families to view components of their clinical health record, book appointments, request changes to their...

  • Growth of the iEHR in Canada: User Adoption Landscape & Benefits

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    Posted on November 1, 2016 by Bobby Gheorghiu and Sukirtha Tharmalingam For ten years, Infoway has been exploring with different ways of measuring progress that accurately and coherently convey the progress in digital health across the country. Earlier...

  • Connecting Patients for Better Health: 2016

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    We live in a digital age and Canada’s health care system becomes more digital every day. Learn why Canadians believe it’s important to take full advantage of digital health services.

  • Infographic: Connecting Patients for Better Health: 2016

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    25 October 2016

    The 2016 Connecting Patients for Better Health report summarizes digital health perspectives of more than 6,000 adult Canadians collected over three years from four public opinion surveys. View the infographic to learn about Canadians’ perspectives and...

  • Growth of the iEHR in Canada: User Adoption Landscape and Benefits

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    18 October 2016

    Interoperable electronic health record (iEHR) adoption has reached a critical mass of users with iEHRs available in all provinces and territories. Clinicians and other health care professionals in hospital and community settings are accessing important...

  • Connecting Patients for Better Health: 2016

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    12 October 2016

    This 2016 Connecting Patients for Better Health report summarizes digital health perspectives of more than 6,000 adult Canadians collected over three years from four public opinion surveys. Findings explore the level of awareness, understanding and...

  • MyHealthLinked Project Review and Benefits Evaluation Final Report

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    23 September 2016

    In March 2015, Barrie and Community Family Health Team (BCFHT) undertook a demonstration project which included the launch of myhealthlinked patient portal. The objective of this Benefits Evaluation report was to uncover any evidence to support...

  • miDASH Consumer Health Solution Benefits Evaluation

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    01 September 2016

    Health Quality Innovation Collaboration (HQIC) is a non-for-profit organization founded in Ontario by a group of primary care physicians. In January 2014, HQIC launched a patient portal, miDash, that can work across multiple Electronic Medical Records...

  • Canadian community pharmacists’ use of digital health technologies in practice

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    This article discusses the access, use and benefits of digital health in pharmacy practice based on a 2014 survey of community pharmacists in Canada.

  • myCARE Benefits Evaluation and Final Report

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    25 August 2016

    The Group Health Centre (GHC) is Ontario's largest and longest established alternatively funded healthcare organization, offering primary and specialist ambulatory care. In September 2014, GHC implemented myCARE, a patient portal that allows patients...

  • The 2014 National Survey of Canadian Community Pharmacists Data Set

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    19 August 2016

    The 2014 National Survey of Canadian Community Pharmacist explored Canadian community pharmacists' access to and usage of digital health tools. It was collected in collaboration with the Canadian Pharmacists Association. The data of the survey is...

  • 2014 National Survey of Canadian Nurses Data Set

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    19 August 2016

    The 2014 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 data of the...

  • The value of connected health information: perceptions of electronic health record users in Canada

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    10 August 2016

    This BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making journal article summarizes the results of six provincial and territorial surveys, conducted between 2006 and 2014, about interoperable electronic health records (iEHRs): system, information and service...

  • Virtual Visits in British Columbia: 2015 Patient Survey and Physician Interview Study

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    25 July 2016

    Infoway led this research study to examine virtual visits in British Columbia. These are the results of a patient survey and in-depth interviews with primary care physicians and describe the value for patients and the perceptions of family physicians...

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

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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 e-visits, in British Columbia. This webinar delivers the results of a patient survey and in-depth...

  • 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...


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