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  • Blog Post: Canadians are Embracing Digital Health

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    Canadians are no strangers to the virtual world, with a Canadian user visiting an average of 3,731 pages every month. It's no surprise, then that Canadians also head online for health information, and, in fact, 72 per cent of family physicians refer...

  • Blog Post: Digital Health Is Transforming My Experience as a Patient

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    The ability to better track my health and wellness as a core member of my care team is paramount.

  • Blog Post: e-Visits: A natural evolution of the doctor’s visit?

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    The technology to have e-visits with patients clearly exits, so what’s holding things up? This blog post examines some of the challenges.

  • Blog Post: Paper Examines Gap Between Desire for and Use of Digital Consumer Health Solution

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    Eight in ten Canadians want online access to their personal health information. Four per cent have it. We took those statistics as our starting point for investigating the current use of consumer health solutions, as well as enablers and barriers to...

  • Blog Post: What Would You Do with More Time?

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    Canadians could save millions of hours a year if they had more access to digital health tools, but only one in 10 Canadians currently has access to patient services online, such as e-booking, accessing test results or e-visits.

  • Blog Post: You’re Invited to a Tweet Chat! Digital Health Transforming the Patient Experience

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    To acknowledge and celebrate the positive impact of digital health, November 10-14 has been declared Digital Health Week. We want to hear from you! How has digital health improved your patient experience?

  • e-Visits. Where the Only Thing You’ll Catch is Your Doctor.

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    Sometimes a patient only has a quick question or needs a prescription renewal that does not require and in-person visit with their doctor. e-Visits enable them to skip the doctor’s office when a face-to-face visit isn’t required. Our ad explores the...

  • Innovation in Health Care

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    Innovation can be a small change that simplifies everyday tasks or it can be a big change that completely transforms the way we do something. It’s defined by the Council of Canadian Academies as “new or better ways of doing valued things,” and...

  • Innovation in Health Care

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    Learn how innovations in health care are working to improve your life.

  • Report on Digital Health: Canadians Embracing Digital Health

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    National Post — Technology has permeated every aspect of Canadians’ lives. And they want the same convenience in their health care through access to digital health solutions.

  • Saving You Time with Digital Health

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    Without the need for travel, or waiting in an office to see a health care provider, digital health innovations are providing modern conveniences and saving Canadians time. Here are some examples: Book an appointment – Schedule an appointment online to...

  • Trevor’s Story: Streamlining Communication

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    My father was diagnosed with a terminal multiforme glioblastoma tumour in April of 2012. The diagnosing, hospital visits, chemotherapy, radiation, MRIs and all other tests were overwhelming in the beginning. So much information was being thrown our way...

  • Whiteboard Animation: Saving Time with Digital Health Tools

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    A new whiteboard animation examines findings from a Conference Board of Canada report that looked into how much time people could save if they had access to digital health.

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