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Alisa Simon, Vice President, Service Innovation and Chief Youth Officer, Kids Help Phone recognized the crisis counselling service needed to embrace new technology in order to stay relevant to the young people they counsel.
Canada Health Infoway (Infoway) invites leading health IT companies to respond to the newly launched Request for Proposal (RFP) to solicit technology and services for Infoway’s ACCESS Gateway, a technology service that enables data sharing and the delivery of digital health services to Canadians.
Join us May 26–29 at the Beanfield Centre in Toronto for the e-Health 2019 Conference and Tradeshow, Canada’s largest digital health event. Register today to connect with leading digital health professionals and share your ideas, expertise and lessons learned.
Despite some of the negative impacts it can have, social media still has positive attributes, especially for young people in isolated communities or isolating situations. Read our new blog post to learn more about the role social media can play in helping young people manage their mental health.
Pharmacies receive prescriptions through a variety of means — handwritten, computer-generated printouts and through faxes. What if this was standardized? Introducing some standardizations to pharmacy workflows at the beginning of the prescription fill process through PrescribeIT™ could benefit both patients and pharmacy staff.
EMRs have also made it possible to modernize our prescribing processes, laying the foundations for true electronic prescribing. e-Prescribing enhances team-based communication and patient-centred care, by incorporating a two-way electronic communication feature.
Meet Mark: The face behind an electronic medical record system created with and for First Nations Peoples to enable them to access their personal health information.
A New Day in Health Care is Coming