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Computerization of primary care medical clinics in Quebec: Results from a survey on EMR adoption, use and impacts
Computerization of primary care medical clinics in Quebec: Results from a survey on EMR adoption, use and impacts Computerization of primary care medical clinics in Quebec: Results from a survey on EMR adoption, use and impacts
24 January, 2014 309.6 kB
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The study, Computerization of primary care medical clinics in Quebec: Results from a survey on EMR adoption, use and impacts explores the results of a 2013 survey. This study was directed at two main types of respondents: physicians practising in private medical clinics that had not invested in an electronic medical record (EMR), and physicians who were using an EMR in support of their day-to-day tasks. The first group provided information on the main reasons why Quebec is lagging behind other Canadian provinces and other countries in EMR adoption, and the second group provided a better understanding of how EMRs are currently being used in Quebec.


Tags: Quebec, EMR, electronic medical record, EMR adoption, private medical clinic 

The Practice Challenge: Using Technology for Population Health Management
The Practice Challenge: Using Technology for Population Health Management The Practice Challenge: Using Technology for Population Health Management
23 January, 2014 336.48 kB
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The Practice Challenge: Using Technology for Population Health Management shows that overall, EMR-enabled clinics are much faster than paper-based clinics. This is a visual backgrounder of the challenge's highlights.


Tags: 2013 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

Evaluating the Benefits Telehealth – TeleOphthalmology Inter Tribal Health Authority and the Ministry of Health Services
Evaluating the Benefits Telehealth – TeleOphthalmology Inter Tribal Health Authority and the Ministry of Health Services Evaluating the Benefits Telehealth – TeleOphthalmology Inter Tribal Health Authority and the Ministry of Health Services
07 November, 2013 2.91 MB
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This report looks at the TeleOphthalmology project, led by the Inter Tribal Health Authority (ITHA) in collaboration with the Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA). The project, was jointly funded by Canada Health Infoway and First Nations Inuit Health (FNIH), and was designed to enable screening eye examinations of First Nations patients at risk of diabetic retinopathy who live in remote Vancouver Island communities. The project was designed to capture retinal disease in First Nations individuals at an early stage and allow for timely vision-saving treatment.


Tags: TeleOpthalmology, Vancouver Island Health Authority, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Inter Tribal Health Authority, diabetic, retinopathy, First Nations

Evaluation of the Benefits of Implementing the Vaccine/Materials Inventory Management (VIM) module in Quebec presentation
Evaluation of the Benefits of Implementing the Vaccine/Materials Inventory Management (VIM) module in Quebec presentation Evaluation of the Benefits of Implementing the Vaccine/Materials Inventory Management (VIM) module in Quebec presentation
06 November, 2013 154.59 kB
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This presentation is a high-level overview of the study, Evaluation of the Benefits of Implementing the Vaccine/Materials Inventory Management (VIM) module in Quebec. It highlights benefits of implementation, factors that help facilitate the model and areas for further development.


Tags: Quebec, vaccine, vaccine/material management module, VIM, CHU de Quebec Research Centre, Panorama

Evaluation of the Benefits of Implementing the Vaccine/Materials Inventory Management (VIM) module in Quebec
Evaluation of the Benefits of Implementing the Vaccine/Materials Inventory Management (VIM) module in Quebec Evaluation of the Benefits of Implementing the Vaccine/Materials Inventory Management (VIM) module in Quebec
06 November, 2013 251.31 kB
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This preliminary report presents the results of the first phase of evaluation of the benefits of the Vaccine/Materials Inventory Management (VIM) module. The evaluation analyzed the benefits of implementing the VIM module in Quebec for the various stakeholders involved. Additionally, a number of recommendations for improving the model are presented.


Tags: Quebec, vaccine, vaccine/material management module, VIM, CHU de Quebec Research Centre, Panorama

 
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