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  • 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,...

  • Is it Time for a Digital Injection?

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    Posted on March 16, 2016 by Sukirtha Tharmalingam Nearly one-third (30%) of parents aren’t fully confident they can provide complete, accurate records on their children’s immunizations, according to a survey commissioned by Canada Health Infoway...

  • 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...

  • Group Health Centre Ambulatory – EMR/HIS Connect Benefits Evaluation Final Report

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    14 March 2016

    The Group Health Centre (GHC) is multi-specialty, multi-disciplinary ambulatory care facility with diagnostic services located in northern Ontario. GHC’s implementation of a new EMR solution sought to enable increased clinical efficiency and...

  • 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....

  • Multi-Hospital Ambulatory EMR Project

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    14 March 2016

    This report discusses the results of the Ontario Multi-Hospital Ambulatory Care Electronic Medical Record project. The report found improved outcomes such as a reduction in transcription costs and the reduction of clinical note turnaround time....

  • Ready for a digital injection? Parents’ perspectives on immunization record keeping

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    11 March 2016

    To gain a better understanding of the current nature of immunization record keeping practices in Canada, Infoway commissioned a research firm to conduct a survey and focus groups that explored parents’ experiences with managing their children’s...

  • Understanding Workflow

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    OntarioMD created this video to help physicians and their practices better understand workflow processes.

  • Enhancing Patient Care Through Quality Data

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    Posted on February 25, 2016 by Sarah Hutchison As health information technology professionals, we often focus on solutions and technology to solve business problems. We know we still have a long way to go to realize an eHealth system that is seamlessly...

  • Clinical Analytics in Primary Care: Using and Re-using Data for Informed Decision Making

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    Thursday, March 17, 2016 More and more clinicians in Canada are making the switch from paper records to electronic medical records (EMRs). In doing so, they are generating an ever increasing volume of patient data. How can they get direct value from...

  • Clinical Analytics in Primary Care White Paper (Executive Summary)

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    19 February 2016

    This executive summary discusses the potential for physicians to use the data in their electronic medical records to help inform treatment decisions for their patients, as well as how this data can be aggregated and reused for broader health system...

  • Clinical Analytics in Primary Care White Paper (Full Report)

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    19 February 2016

    The full version of this white paper discusses the potential for physicians to use the data in their electronic medical records to help inform treatment decisions for their patients, as well as how this data can be aggregated and reused for broader...

  • Understanding the Current State of Patient-Provided Digital Health Information (Know Me)

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    17 February 2016

    When patients enter the health care system, it’s becoming more common to collect “know me” information, such as their likes and dislikes, worries and concerns, and living conditions. The opportunity to electronically capture this information helps...

  • The Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Odette Ambulatory Electronic Medical Records (aEMR) Project: Benefits Evaluation

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    17 February 2016

    The Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Odette Ambulatory Electronic Medical Records (aEMR) Project was conducted to extend Sunnybrook’s own web-based clinician workflow platform, SunnyCare, to all clinicians in the Odette Cancer Centre. The evaluation...

  • CPCSSN HSU Demonstration Project Implementing a Scalable Tool for Quality Improvement in Primary Care: Benefits Evaluation

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    17 February 2016

    This project was designed to test the implementation of tools and processes designed to further the transformation of data from primary care EMRs into usable information for the management and surveillance of chronic diseases such as diabetes and...

  • The Economics of Digital Health

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    Posted on February 9, 2016 by Shelagh Maloney Digital health can mean faster care and better outcomes for patients and instant access to important information for authorized clinicians — but the benefits don’t stop there.

  • How Canada Compares: Results from the Commonwealth Fund 2015 International Health Policy Survey of Primary Care Physicians

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    The Commonwealth Fund’s 2015 International Health Policy Survey of Primary Care Physicians surveyed physicians from 10 countries between March and June 2015. The Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) released the Canadian survey results in...

  • 2016 Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Progress in Canada

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    27 January 2016

    Accompanies "Canadian physicians can improve patient care with advanced EMR use"

  • Canadian Physicians Can Improve Patient Care With Advanced EMR Use

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    Opportunity for primary care physicians to fully embrace EMR functionalities January 28, 2016 (Toronto) – Electronic medical records (EMRs) among Canadian primary care physicians continues to grow, but the use of advanced functions that support improved...

  • Are you EMR Ready? A Pre-Implementation Readiness Assessment

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    23 December 2015

    Undertaken by academic researchers, “Experiences from the Forefront of EMR Use" captures the implementation experiences from 20 Canadian primary care offices in Canada. In studying the diverse clinics, from project inception to execution, it is clear...


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