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  • Clinician Education Campaign Orientation Guide

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    05 May 2016

    This guide provides an overview of the Knowing is Better than not Knowing clinician education campaign, an introduction to the tools, implementation ideas and tips. Use this informative document as a go-to resource when using the toolkit elements.

  • EMR, EHR and PHR – and Now aEMR and H/HIS – What’s with These Systems?

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    Posted on May 4, 2016 by Dennis Giokas A lot has changed since the initial blog post on this topic five years ago. The nature of the systems supporting clinicians and patients has matured significantly. For example, many now have advanced functionality...

  • Children’s Hospital for Eastern Ontario EpicCare Ambulatory Program Benefits Evaluation Report

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    27 April 2016

    The Children’s Hospital for Eastern Ontario (CHEO) is a pediatric health and research center serving the national Capital region including Eastern Ontario, Western Quebec, as well as Nunavut and parts of Northern Ontario. CHEO implemented an...

  • Final Benefits Evaluation: Ambulatory Electronic Mental Health Record - Southlake Regional Health Centre and Mackenzie Health

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    25 April 2016

    This evaluation was completed for the implementation of the Ambulatory Electronic Mental Health Record (AEMHR) project at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital and Southlake Regional Health Centre and includes Single Sign On (SSO) connection of the hospitals...

  • Measuring Interoperable EHR adoption and maturity: a Canadian example

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    08 April 2016

    This BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making journal article examines the adoption of interoperable electronic health records (EHRs) across Canada through March 2015. Nearly 250,000 clinician and administrative users, approximately half of Canada’s...

  • BE-7 & BE-9: Prince Edward Island Post Implementation Survey and Interview Analysis (2011)

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    01 April 2016

    Prince Edward Island’s Clinical Information System (CIS connects the province’s hospitals in a real-time exchange of clinically relevant patient information. An evaluation to assess the benefits and overall impact of CIS was conducted by Health PEI,...

  • BE-7 & BE-9: Prince Edward Island Post Implementation Survey and Interview Analysis (2015)

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    31 March 2016

    This report is a follow-up to the original report from 2011. Prince Edward Island’s Clinical Information System (CIS) connects the province’s hospitals in a real-time exchange of clinically relevant patient information. An evaluation to assess the...

  • Integration of the OLIS and SWODIN Viewers into Patient Electronic Records and the Benefits to Access of Patient Information

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    14 March 2016

    Grey Bruce Health Services (GBHS) launched the OLIS (Ontario Laboratories Information System) and SWODIN (South Western Ontario Diagnostic Imaging Network) Integration Projects to provide clinician access to lab results and x-rays in patient electronic...

  • Multi-Device Mobile Access to Regional EHR Project

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    14 March 2016

    Recent studies indicate the increasing trend of smart phone and tablet use by healthcare providers (HCPs) as a tool to augment practice. It is a natural progression for a regional electronic health record (EHR) to be accessible with a mobile device....

  • Knowing the Plan for Clinicians

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    This animated video provides an overview of the Canada-wide initiative and progress for a network of interconnected point-of-care and electronic health record systems. A patient scenario demonstrates how information and communication technology will...

  • Peer Leader Symposium 2015 - Sharing the Patient Story

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    Regina Holliday, an activist, artist and author, was a keynote speaker at Infoway's 2015 Peer Leader Symposium in February. She also created a painting that shows patients at the centre of Infoway's mission and illustrates the benefits of digital...

  • Saskatchewan’s electronic health record is helping clinicians improve patient care

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    Thousands of authorized health care providers in Saskatchewan have secure online access to their patients’ medical information. Learn why one Saskatchewan physician wouldn't dream of going back to paper.

  • Change Management in EHR Implementation

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    The National Learning Consortium (NLC) / Health Information Technology Research Center (HITRC), 2013, 28p. This primer is intended to aid providers and health IT implementers with Change Management for EHR Implementation. Change management strategies...

  • 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...

  • Why Electronic Health Records?

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    The need for digital records to be available to all authorized health care providers is clearly explained.

  • LEADing Practices: Frances Jamieson Digital Health in Canada Interview 2014

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    Hear from the LEADing Practice award recipients - recorded at the 2014 Advancing Care Peer Leader Symposium, hosted by Canada Health Infoway: Frances Jamieson how information technology helps them investigate and manage tuberculosis cases.

  • Understanding EHRs, EMRs and PHRs

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    Electronic health records (EHRs), electronic medical records (EMRs) and personal health records (PHRs) are similar terms but have different definitions and distinct purposes. At Canada Health Infoway, the terms are defined as follows: Electronic Health...

  • LEADing Practice Awards

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    Who is LEADing the way? Congratulations to the 2017 LEADing Practice award recipients! LEADing practices are noteworthy examples of high-quality leadership and service delivery (Accreditation Canada, 2013). The three award recipients exemplify the...

  • Clinical Reference Groups

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    Infoway sponsors a number of Clinical Reference Groups involving physician, nursing and pharmacist leaders from across Canada. These groups help inform Infoway's plans to improve quality and access to health care for Canadians, advance clinical practice...

  • Knowing is Better Clinician Education Campaign

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    Canada Health Infoway’s Knowing is Better Clinician Education Campaign was developed ”for clinicians, by clinicians” to generate broad awareness of the benefits of interconnected electronic health records and other systems in clinical practice, as well...


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