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  • 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...

  • International Health IT Benchmarking: Learning from cross-country comparisons

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    25 August 2016

    Published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA), this article produced by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Health Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Benchmarking Pilot Group,...

  • Telehomecare Information Guide – Deploy

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    04 August 2016

    This document outlines the requirements for developing a proposal in support of Infoway investment in a Telehomecare Deploy project.

  • Telehomecare Information Guide - Start-up

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    04 August 2016

    This document outlines the requirements for developing a proposal in support of Infoway investment in a Telehomecare Start-Up project.

  • 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...

  • Benefits Evaluation

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    Infoway works closely with our partners to assess the value of digital health projects and whether objectives have been achieved with our investments. These evaluations help us understand how our investments are impacting Canadians and the health care...

  • 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...

  • Innovation in Health Care

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    Learn how innovations in health care are working to improve your life.

  • Telehomecare Reduces ER Use and Hospitalizations at William OslerHealth System

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    21 April 2016

    The report for the Ontario Telemedicine Network’s Telehomecare initiative shows that telehomecare can be a model of care that connects patients to their healthcare teams in real time, which can shift the health system from expensive hospital-based acute...

  • Bridging Distances through Telehealth Helps Both Patients and the Health Care System

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    Posted on April 19, 2016 by Shelagh Maloney Geography doesn’t have to be a factor anymore in the level of care a patient receives, and that’s good for both patients and the health care system. Take the case of Dr. Dylan Blacquiere, a stroke neurologist...

  • Wendy’s Story: Living Well with Telehomecare (Remote Patient Monitoring)

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    7 April 2016 Wendy is an artist in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan who has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). She says telehomecare (remote patient monitoring) is a “Godsend” that provides people like her with the care and support they need, in their...

  • Dana and Brittany’s Story: The Benefits of Telehomecare (Remote Patient Monitoring)

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    7 April 2016 Dana Higgins and Brittany Kachur are nurses in the Saskatoon Health Region’s LiveWell Chronic Disease Management COPD Program who provided care to patients in a remote patient monitoring program, known in some parts of the country as...

  • Donna Goodridge’s Story: Better Care for Patients with Chronic Diseases

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    7 April 2016 Donna Goodridge managed a remote patient monitoring program for the Saskatoon Health Region’s LiveWell Chronic Disease Management COPD Program. She says this telehomecare initiative offers tremendous benefits to patients who have chronic...

  • Darcy Marciniuk’s Story: Improving Patient Care

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    7 April 2016 As Medical Director of the Saskatoon Health Region’s LiveWell Chronic Disease Management COPD Program, Dr. Darcy Marciniuk says digital health has tremendous potential to improve patient care.

  • Digital Health in Saskatchewan: The Benefits of Telehomecare (Remote Patient Monitoring)

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    7 April 2016 A telehomecare (remote patient monitoring) program helped patients in the Saskatoon Health Region’s LiveWell program manage their chronic conditions while staying in their own homes. We hear from one of those patients, as well as the two...

  • Digital Health in Saskatchewan: Living Well with Telehomecare (Remote Patient Monitoring)

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    7 April 2016 Wendy Waters is an artist in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan who has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). She says telehomecare (remote patient monitoring) helped her manage her condition and gave her the care and support she needed...

  • 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’...


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