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Canadian Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (CASPR) 2013 Members Survey Final Report
Canadian Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (CASPR) 2013 Members Survey Final Report Canadian Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (CASPR) 2013 Members Survey Final Report
19 August, 2013 634.01 kB
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This study looks at the impact of electronic medical record (EMR) systems on the recruitment, retention and transition of physicians in community-based primary care settings from the perspective of staff physician recruiters across Canada.

This report is available in English only.

Tags: EMR, electronic medical records, retention, benefits, staff physician recruiters 

Bridging the investment gap
Bridging the investment gap Bridging the investment gap
25 June, 2013 451.66 kB
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Guest Editorial 2nd Quarter, May 2013 - HIM&CC
Bridging the investment gap: Considering innovative investment solutions to maintain digital health’s momentum

Tags: Trevor Hodge, Progress in Canada, HIS, Hospital Information Systems

How nurses can be a force of change when it comes to technology adoption
How nurses can be a force of change when it comes to technology adoption How nurses can be a force of change when it comes to technology adoption
25 June, 2013 182.65 kB
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How nurses are preparing themselves for the wave of technological changes affecting them and other clinicians.

Tags: Canada Health Infoway, Nurses, Technology, Peer-to-Peer Network, Saskatchewan

Health IT’s best kept secret: <i>Infoway</i> can help solve your standards woes
Health IT’s best kept secret: <i>Infoway</i> can help solve your standards woes Health IT’s best kept secret: Infoway can help solve your standards woes
14 June, 2013 407.65 kB
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Canadian Healthcare Technology recently published an article about the Standards Collaborative titled Healthcare IT’s best kept secret: Infoway can help solve your standards problems

The practice challenge: Using technology for better patient care: Findings-at-a-glance
The practice challenge: Using technology for better patient care: Findings-at-a-glance The practice challenge: Using technology for better patient care: Findings-at-a-glance
07 June, 2013 317.84 kB
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The Population Health Management Challenge shows that overall, EMR-enabled clinics were much faster than paper-based clinics at all tasks. This is a visual backgrounder of the challenge's highlights.


Tags: 2012 Commonwealth Fund International Survey of Primary Care Doctors, benefits evaluation, better patient care, Canada Health Infoway, chronic disease, electronic health record, EMR, evidence-based interventions, general practitioners, GPs, paper-based practice, practice challenge, population health management challenge, St. Mary's Research Centre, technology

Webinar: Benefits of EMRs in Community-Based Practice

EMR benefits evaluation webinar


A pan-Canadian benefits evaluation study determined the current and emerging effects of implementing electronic medical records in community-based practices. This webinar provides an in-depth presentation on the study findings.


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