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  • TelePremie: Telehomecare for step-down care post-NICU discharge

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    22 May 2019

    This small scale evaluation of Telehomecare for step-down care post-NICU discharge in New Brunswick provides important evidence and lessons for future telehomecare investments for new parents.

  • Efficiency and Clinical Effectiveness of Telehomecare in Insulin-Treated Diabetic Patients

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    14 November 2018

    This study found a telehomecare program for diabetic patients demonstrated and improvement in glycemic control compared to usual care. It also suggests a decrease in the number of medical visits, with additional burden shifted to nursing time.

  • Evaluation of a Telehomecare Initiative Used in Women with Gestational Diabetes

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    14 November 2018

    Telehomecare Monitoring significantly decreases medical visits without compromising pregnancy outcomes, quality of care and patient satisfaction in women with gestational diabetes mellitus.

  • Evaluation of Telehealth for Emergency-Community Continuity of Care Connectivity via Home Telemonitoring

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    21 September 2018

    This evaluation of a project supporting patients with COPD in Vancouver Coastal Health demonstrates the effects of home health monitoring. Patients reported a 90% satisfaction rate with the program. Hospital administrative data indicated a 47% decrease...

  • Ontario Telemedicine Network: TeleWound Evaluation Report

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    08 August 2018

    Traditional wound care is costly to the system (over $1 billion in Ontario) and time consuming for patients. This study of a TeleWound project conducted in the Central Eastern LHIN found an 89% patient satisfaction rate with 3 hours of patient travel...

  • Ontario Telemedicine Network: TelePalliative Evaluation Report

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    08 August 2018

    While most Canadians would prefer to die at home, almost 2/3 of palliative care patients will die in hospital. This study of TelePalliative projects in the Champlain and Erie St. Clair LHINs demonstrated that patients were satisfied with the program,...

  • Interior Health Cardiac Home Monitoring Project-Phase II: 2016-2018

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    27 June 2018

    This report conducts an in depth analysis of phase II in the Interior Health Cardiac Home Monitoring Project. This Infoway funded project evaluates the benefits of implementing remote patient monitoring services for patients living with heart failure....

  • Community Paramedicine Remote Patient Monitoring (CPRPM): Benefits Evaluation Lessons Learned

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    23 May 2018

    This report analyzes the primary effects and lessons learned of implementing the Community Paramedicine Remote Patient Monitoring (CPRPM) Program for patients living with various chronic conditions. This home-based monitoring system aims to help...

  • An Evaluation of a Remote Patient Monitoring Solution within Eastern Health

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    23 May 2018

    This report assesses the effectiveness of Eastern Health’s Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) program for patients living with a chronic disease. Using a quasi- experimental approach, this study evaluates patients on the ability to self-manage their...

  • Benefits of e-Health

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    e-Health, or digital health, helps Canadians access better quality care more efficiently, through solutions and services such as electronic medical records, telehomecare, virtual visits and patient portals. For clinicians, it means more informed...

  • Access to Services

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    Providing Canadians with Access to Digital Health Services Infoway is committed to an integrated, person-centred health care system for all Canadians. Evidence shows that patient-centred care is directly related to improved quality and safety, lower...

  • Telehomecare Literature Review: Mental Health Primary Studies

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    29 March 2018

    This literature review demonstrates the effectiveness of telehomecare and remote patient monitoring programs for patients living with mental health conditions. Primary studies conducted in the United Kingdom and Australia suggests significant...

  • Telehomecare Literature Review: Asthma

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    29 March 2018

    This literature review studies the effects of telemonitoring solutions for patients living with asthma. Through the use of mobile devices and web-based interventions, asthma patients reported overall improvements in self-managing their condition. This...

  • Telehomecare Literature Review: Chronic Heart Failure

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    29 March 2018

    This literature review highlights the effects of implementing technological interventions for patients living with chronic heart failure (CHF). This study suggests opportunities for high quality care with the use of digital tools including:...

  • Telehomecare Literature Review: Hypertension

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    29 March 2018

    This literature review examines telehealth solutions for patients living with hypertension. This study suggests that digital tools such as mobile and portable devices can moderately improve blood pressure control in hypertensive patients. This study...

  • Telehomecare Literature Review: Mental Health

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    29 March 2018

    This literature review assesses the value of telehomecare programs for patients living with mental health issues. This study evaluates the results of implementing telehealth programs relating to depression, cognitive functioning, treatment adherence,...


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