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  • Evaluation of the Multi-Jurisdictional Telepathology Project Phase 1: Survey Results from Ontario

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    03 December 2015

    The Multi-Jurisdictional Telepathology Project represents the first phase in the development of a Pan-Canadian Digital Pathology Network. As of 2014, Ontario successfully realized the implementation of a telepathology network that connected northern...

  • Infographic: Report on Digital Health: The economics of digital health

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    27 November 2015

    Infographic showing statistics and testimonials about Canada’s growing domestic health IT sector, and how investments in digital health are providing value to patients, the health care system and Canada’s economy. See also: Infographic: Report on...

  • Telemedicine: Transforming our Health Care System, Transforming Lives

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    Posted on November 18, 2015 by Laurie Poole , RN, BScN, MHSA We often hear from providers, health care teams and organizations about the transformative effects telemedicine has had on our health care system, but nothing is as inspiring as patient...

  • The COACH CTF Canadian Telehealth Report

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    The COACH CTF Canadian Telehealth Report is a biennial survey-based publication that provides jurisdiction-specific information on available, telehealth programs, services and outcomes, as well as future-oriented trends across Canada. This report is...

  • Telehomecare for chronic conditions: Living well at home

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    Telehomecare helps patients manage chronic disease by bringing care right into their homes. This video from Ontario Telemedicine Network shows how telehomecare keeps these patients out of the hospital and emergency room, and helps them live their best...

  • Telehealth Saves Dr. Picard’s Patients from Hours of Travel

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    Posted on May 29, 2015 by Shelagh Maloney No one likes taking time from their busy lives to go to the doctor’s office. Imagine if that trip required hours of travel? Worse still, imagine making that trip while dealing with pain and mobility issues...

  • Dr. Leo Picard’s Story: Connecting with Patients Remotely

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    Dr. Leo Picard, a rheumatologist in Moncton, New Brunswick, implemented video consulting in his practice in order to provide timely care and follow-up consultations to his patients in remote areas.

  • Remote Patient Care = Fewer Hospital Stays

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    Posted on April 15, 2015 by Shelagh Maloney Remote patient care (RPC) is just one digital health innovation that is transforming the delivery of health care in Canada. Infoway recently released a new whiteboard animation that explores the benefits of...

  • Reducing Hospital Visits with Remote Patient Care

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    Remote Patient Care (RPC) enables patients and their health care providers to be connected with technology. Learn more about how RPC is changing the way health care is delivered in Canada.

  • Mary Deren: Telehealth in Saskatchewan

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    Mary Deren, Regional Telehealth Coordinator for Sun Country Health Region, Weyburn, SK, speaks about the benefits of Telehealth in her health region.

  • Sutherland: Telehealth in Ontario

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    Valerie Sutherland, the Telemedicine Consultant at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, ON, speaks about the use of Telemedicine services offered by her health care institution.

  • Canada Health Infoway reports on progress in Telehealth

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    A Canada Health Infoway News Release on the state of telehealth in the country.

  • Dr. Ed Brown: Telemedicine

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    Dr. Ed Brown, CEO of the Ontario Telemedicine Network, discusses patient and health care provider satisfaction with Telemedicine, highlighting key benefits such as reducing hospital visits for patients and improving quality, sustainability and access to...

  • Telehealth: Interior Health Authority

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    Interior Health Authority's Telehealth program reduces the distance between patients and care specialists and encourages self-monitoring. Interviews with Mal Griffin, Ellen Fleet, and Bill Nelems.

  • Heather's Story: Accessing Care in a Remote Community

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    Watch how Heather and her son Nicky are connecting with specialized medical care hundreds of kilometres away through video conferencing.

  • Telehomecare

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    Telehomecare delivers health services to patients outside of a conventional care setting by connecting the patient and health care providers with technology. This team works together to maintain and improve the patient's health and wellness needs, using...

  • Virtual 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 issues. Virtual visits, also known as...

  • Benefits Evidence – Pan-Canadian Studies

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    Benefits Evidence To assess the impact of Canada’s investment in digital health, Infoway undertakes regular monitoring and evaluation of the projects we invest in using our Benefits Evaluation Framework . Infoway commissions benefits evaluation studies...

  • Utilization and Impacts of Telepathology on Health Care within the RUIS Laval network in Quebec

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    October 16, 2013 This webinar was delivered by Guy Paré (Lead Researcher and Holder of the Canada Research Chair in Information Technology in Health Care) and Marie-Claude Trudel (Researcher, Information Technology Department, HEC Montreal). The aim of...

  • A Pan-Canadian Study on Remote Patient Monitoring

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    June 10, 2014 Canada Health Infoway commissioned Ernst & Young to conduct Connecting Patients with Providers: A Pan-Canadian Study on Remote Patient Monitoring to apply evidence and lessons learned in Canada and abroad to help inform future Remote...


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