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  • Provisions Relating To Minors in Provincial and Territorial Health Information Privacy and Health Care Consent Statutes

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    02 June 2016

    This report provides information and an overview of the current landscape and legal framework in Canada regarding access to personal health information as it relates to minors. This document is available in English only. Also see: Environmental Scan:...

  • Environmental Scan: Statutory Provisions Relating to Rights of Minors – Summary Table

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    02 June 2016

    This document provides selected statutory provisions by province relating to rights of minors in health information, health care and social services issues in a summarized table format. This document is available in English only.

  • Environmental Scan: Statutory Provisions Relating to Rights of Minors

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    02 June 2016

    This document provides selected statutory provisions by jurisdiction related to rights of minors in health information, health care and social services issues. This document is available in English only.

  • Environmental Scan: Processes to Enable Adolescent Access to Personal Health Records

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    02 June 2016

    This document focuses on the findings of an environmental scan, including a literature review and key informant interviews, conducted to better understand how jurisdictions within Canada, other countries, organizations and associations manage or...

  • Infoway’s Patient Engagement Framework Helps Us Connect with Patients and Consumers

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    Posted on May 31, 2016 by Shelagh Maloney Digital health technologies have the potential to transform the patient experience and improve patient outcomes — but to do so, they need to be designed with the patient in mind. This is why engaging with...

  • PHP Benefits Evaluation: Cancer Surgery Alberta Summative Report For CSA

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    20 April 2016

    This report provides the summary of findings from three phases of the Benefits Evaluation of the Quality of Life tool integration into Cancer Surgery Alberta (CSA). The report focuses on the evaluation of access,use, and experience of the tool.

  • Group Health Centre’s myCARE Benefits Evaluation Plan

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    14 March 2016

    Group Health Centre (GHC) launched a project to evaluate the benefits resulting from the implementation of myCARE patient portal. This report details the benefits focus areas selected, activities and tasks planned to collect data, analysis and the...

  • OTN Telehomecare Patient Experience Survey Summary

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    26 February 2016

    The Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) Telehomecare Patient Experience Survey was disseminated across eight Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and more than 180 patients aged 75 to 84 years of age responded. The survey concentrated on patients’...

  • OTN Telehomecare System and Use Survey Final Report

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    26 February 2016

    The Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) Telehomecare Patient Experience Survey was disseminated across eight Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and more than 180 patients aged 75 to 84 years of age responded. The survey concentrated on patients’...

  • Successes and Lesson Learned; e-Booking Initiative Participants

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    Posted on June 15, 1015 by Cassie Frazer The benefits of electronic patient appointment booking (“e-booking”) seem to be straightforward and easy to anticipate for patients. Compared to conventional appointment scheduling, e-booking is convenient, saves...

  • Patient e-Booking - Practice perspectives on the benefits, challenges and lessons learned

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    02 June 2015

    This panel presentation was conducted at the eHealth Conference 2015. It provides an overview of e-booking focusing on the perceived value, benefits, challenges and lessons learned from participating practices who have implemented patient e-booking. Two...

  • e-Booking Initiative

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    About the Initiative Infoway is committed to advancing digital health in Canada through a variety of programs and initiatives. One such project, the e-Booking Initiative , helped to increase the awareness, adoption and use of patient self-scheduling...

  • Whiteboard Animation: Saving Time with Digital Health Tools

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    A new whiteboard animation examines findings from a Conference Board of Canada report that looked into how much time people could save if they had access to digital health.

  • Understanding the Gap between Desire for and Use of Consumer Health Solutions

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    Modern healthcare is more complex than ever before, with a broader range of care providers, organizations, diagnostic approaches and treatments. The result is that accurate and timely information is more important than ever. In response, clinical use of...

  • Patients Online: Whither from Here?

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    There has been a growing interest in patient-centred care, rapid technology development, increasing adoption of digital health by clinicians and consumers and a vibrant dialogue about the associated policy implications and options. In this response, the...

  • Peer Leader Testimonials: Quality and Patient Satisfaction

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    Dr. Sheldon Permack, Physician Peer Leader, Manitoba, discusses how the ability of community clinics to see hospital information on patients such as X-rays and lab work has eliminated the need for duplicate tests.

  • Peer Leader Testimonials: Digital Health Solutions in Action - Part 2

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    Ms. Patricia McHugh, Nurse Peer Leader, Newfoundland & Labrador, and Clinical Information Lead Specialist, Information Management and Technology, Central Health, discusses the importance of being able to share patient information amongst multiple care...

  • e-Booking

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    Ninety per cent of Canadians say they want the ability to e-book medical appointments. With that in mind, Canada Health Infoway has supported a variety of efforts to increase the use of e-booking in Canada, including the e-Booking Initiative (now...

  • e-Visits

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    Sometimes a patient only has a quick question or needs services that do not require an in-person visit with their health care provider. Sometimes visiting a clinic in person is a burden due to distance or mobility. e-Visits, also known as virtual visits...

  • Patient Portals & e-Views

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    560px;"> Access to health information helps empower Canadians to take an active role in their own health. Using patient portals and e-view solutions, patients can see their health information, such as lab results, online. This helps patients better...


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