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Digital Health Week 2017


View archives and recordings from some of the many Digital Health Week 2017 events.

Aidan Scott podcast: #mhealth and #mentalhealth
Aidan Scott is a TEDx speaker and lived experience voice for better mental health and mHealth. Founder of (in development). He talks about the role of digital health, the importance of proactive healthcare and early interventions.

2017 Infoway Partnership Conference
The 2017 Infoway Partnership Conference was all about providing delegates an opportunity to network and share experiences around the theme Connecting for Digital Health.

Liz Salmi and Selina Brudnicki podcast: #OpenNotes
Patient Advocate Liz Salmi and University Health Network’s Selina Brudnicki discuss the OpenNotes movement promoting patient ownership & access to their health data.

# HCLDR Tweet Chat: Connecting for Health
Read the transcript from the November 14, 2017 tweet chat on how Canadians are using mobile health to track and take charge of their health and wellbeing.

Partnership Webcast: The Evolving Role of Canada Health Infoway
In this presentation, President & Chief Executive Officer Michael Green talks about the evolving role of Infoway and what has changed over the years. He also provides an update on PrescribeIT, Canada’s electronic prescription service.

Dr. Dan Pepe podcast: Evaluating Online Resources
TeachandLearnFM‘s founder and editor Dr. Dan Pepe speaks about evaluating digital health and creating informed patients.

J Tyler Moss podcast: Owning & Accessing #HealthData
J Tyler Moss is a patient, researcher and participant in Saskatchewan’s CHIP pilot. He discusses the value of patient access to labs, prescriptions, and hospital and acute care visits.

Partnership Webcast: Moving to Virtual Mental Health Services at Scale
Andrew Slater, CEO of Homecare Medical New Zealand, explores the journey undertaken to converge a number of helplines and develop new innovative virtual mental health services for the country.

Shanon McQuitty podcast: Social Media Saved My Life
Shanon McQuitty describes how, after her diagnosis of Rheumatoid Arthritis, she found a lifeline on social media.


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