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The emerging benefits of electronic medical record use in community-based care: Presentation
The emerging benefits of electronic medical record use in community-based care: Presentation The emerging benefits of electronic medical record use in community-based care: Presentation
13 May, 2013 340.26 kB
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A 2013 pan-Canadian study commissioned by Infoway determined the current and emerging benefits of electronic medical records in community-based care. A customizable presentation with speaker notes provided is also available here, to assist you in sharing the report findings.


Tags: electronic medical records, EMR, electronic health records, EHR, Canada Health Infoway, Infoway, clinical adoption, benefits, presentation

Knowing is Better Presentation: David Bates
Knowing is Better Presentation: David Bates Knowing is Better Presentation: David Bates
31 May, 2012 682.75 kB
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This presentation is by Dr. David Bates, CQO, and Chief, General Internal Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. It deals with the experience with ICT in health care in the United States. 


Tags: Dr. David Bates, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, ICT, health care, health care technology. 

Knowing is Better Presentation: Karin Johansson
Knowing is Better Presentation: Karin Johansson Knowing is Better Presentation: Karin Johansson
31 May, 2012 927.36 kB
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This presentation by Karin Johansson, Deputy Minister of Health and Welfare in Sweden, demonstrates how e-Health has contributed to innovations in health and health care in her country.


Tags: Karin Johansson, Sweden, e-Health, health care

Knowing is Better Presentation: Chai Chuah
Knowing is Better Presentation: Chai Chuah Knowing is Better Presentation: Chai Chuah
31 May, 2012 252.78 kB
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This presentation by Chai Chuah, National Director of  the New Zealand Health Board, explores the role and potential of electronic information systems to improve health care and transform health care systems. 


Tags: Chai Chuah, New Zealand Health Board, information technology, electronic information systems, health care