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The use of health information technology can lead to more efficient, safer, and higher-quality care in doctor’s offices, clinics, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and elsewhere.

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See who we work with to ensure the perspectives and needs of Canadians and their clinicians are factored into health information solutions.

Knowing is Better for Clinicians: Developed by clinicians for clinicians, a series of education resources including videos, presentations and articles were developed and available for your download and use.  Browse the toolkit or learn more about how you can spread the word to your clinician peers by taking part in the Clinical Champions Network.

Learn about Infoway’s investment programs and services.

Change management is crucial to achieving effective and efficient use of information technologies for health. Infoway has established and supports the Pan-Canadian Change Management Network, a grassroots collaborative of change management leaders that has come together to develop and guide leading practices in change management for health information and communications technology (ICT) projects.

Benefits realization: It is important to understand the impacts Canada's investments in health information technologies. To that end, Infoway developed a Benefits Evaluation framework and strategy in 2006, which has since been applied against projects across Canada.  Learn more about the framework and the studies conducted to date.

Learn more about Infoway’s privacy mandate, and access resources and materials resulting from the work done with the provinces and territories in this area.

The Consumer Health Solutions investment program was established to help Canadians better manage their own health, and the health of their loved ones by providing electronic access to health information and health care services such as appointment booking or requesting medication refills online. The Program also helps to trial and facilitates the spread of new care delivery models enabled through the incorporation of consumer-focused, digital health technologies. Learn more about some of the projects and initiatives launched by the Program including; Remote Patient Monitoring, Demonstration Projects  (initiatives that demonstrate the value and encourage the growth of innovative solutions for patients/consumers), the e-Booking Initiative and ImagineNation Challenges - the e-Connect Impact Challenge and the Public Health Social Media Challenge.

Resources catalogue: Browse or search through our catalogue of reports, videos, guides, workbooks, and more.

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