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Benefits Evaluation

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DI-r Use and Benefits Survey
DI-r Use and Benefits Survey DI-r Use and Benefits Survey
30 January, 2015 457.87 kB
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Results of an electronic survey of radiologists and referring physicians on the use and benefits of diagnostic imaging repositories.

Tags: diagnostic imaging, DI, diagnostic imaging repositories, DI-r, radiologists, survey, benefits, Jurisdictional Implementers Group, JIG

Impact of Information Technology on Information Gaps in Canadian Ambulatory Care Encounters
Impact of Information Technology on Information Gaps in Canadian Ambulatory Care Encounters Impact of Information Technology on Information Gaps in Canadian Ambulatory Care Encounters
26 January, 2015 202.69 kB
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This study examined the availability of patient information to specialists during patient visits in ambulatory settings. Findings were that information gaps are common in ambulatory care encounters, and do have consequences, but that physicians with connectivity to information resources face significantly fewer gaps and consequences. The article is available in English only.
Benefits of EMR Adoption in Hospital-based Outpatient Ambulatory Clinics
Benefits of EMR Adoption in Hospital-based Outpatient Ambulatory Clinics Benefits of EMR Adoption in Hospital-based Outpatient Ambulatory Clinics
22 January, 2015 4.67 MB
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The study examines a broad set operational process benefits of implementing electronic medical records (EMR) in a small sample of hospital-based outpatient ambulatory clinics. The results of this exploratory study demonstrate the leading process benefits (time saved) for administrative, nursing and physician staff as a result of improved administrative and clinical processes enabled by EMR use in these clinics. This study is available only in English.

Implementation of an Electronic Health Record Specifically for Cancer
Implementation of an Electronic Health Record Specifically for Cancer Implementation of an Electronic Health Record Specifically for Cancer
03 December, 2014 1.08 MB
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The Centre intégré de cancérologie de Laval (Laval's integrated cancer centre, CICL) deployed a specialized electronic health record (EHR) for cancer to automate care coordination and operationalize systematic treatment plans. The objective of this study was to analyze the impacts of implementing an EHR specifically for cancer, which were measured in terms of wait times between different stages in treatments offered to cancer patients. Analysis suggests that wait time for cancer treatments in hemato-oncology and radiation oncology improved following deployment of the new EHR.

Tags: EHR, Cancer, wait times, CICL, Laval, Centre intégré de cancérologie

The National Nursing Quality Report in Canada
The National Nursing Quality Report in Canada The National Nursing Quality Report in Canada
31 October, 2014 1.88 MB
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The National Nursing Quality Report – Canadian (NNQR-C) explores a one-year pilot project that was deployed in nine health care sites in Manitoba, Ontario, and New Brunswick . The project explored collection of a minimum data set to be made available through dashboard applications in healthcare institutions, and be benchmarked and used to influence policy directions for nursing.

 
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