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Thursday November 19th
Canadians, without question, want to be more active members of their own health care team: 80% want access to their health records and other digital health solutions, such as e-booking and e-visits and 96% think it's important the health care system make use of digital health tools and capabilities. Join us for this informative webinar that looks at patient-focused innovation in health care, patient engagement & empowerment and the latest research on Canadians’ intentions and behaviours regarding digital health.
Dr. Kendall Ho, associate professor in Emergency Medicine at the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Medicine, practices clinically at the Vancouver General Hospital, and is Director of the eHealth Strategy Office in UBC’s Faculty of Medicine.
Iris Kisch, patient advocate, works with Patient Voices Network and with the University of Victoria Center on Ageing, Self-Management Workshops. Iris sits on the Shared Care Committee and the Joint Care Committee with the Doctors of BC, and the ePatient/eHealth Committee.
Fraser Ratchford is the Group Program Director for Consumer Health and Innovation with Canada Health Infoway. Fraser has a passion for making a difference and focuses on improving the experiences of patients/consumers and clinicians alike. With more than to 25 years’ experience in health, Fraser has been involved in a diverse range of health care initiatives.