2020 National Survey of Canadian Nurses: Use of Digital Health Technology in Practice
11 May 2020
The results deck highlights the latest quantitative survey of Canadian nurses’ access to and use of digital health in nursing practice. It was a joint collaboration between the Canadian Nurses Association, Canadian Nursing Informatics Association and...
Digital Health Equity Analysis: Access to Electronically-Enabled Health Services
06 May 2021
The Digital Health Equity Analysis aims to uncover inequalities in the access to digitally-enabled health services across gender categories and ethnic groups. It also examines how some socio-economic determinants of health impact access to digital...
Digital Health Literacy of Canadian Adults: Evidence from the 2020 Canadian Digital Health Survey
05 May 2021
Using data from the 2020 National Digital Health Survey, this analysis looks at the digital health literacy of Canadians 16 and above using eHEALS and investigate how factors such as gender, age, and socioeconomic status interact with digital health...
Canadians’ Health Care Experiences During COVID-19
31 March 2021
We know there has been a dramatic shift to virtual care in Canada during the pandemic, enabling patients and physicians to connect safely at a distance to reduce the spread of COVID-19. This presentation highlights the key findings from Infoway’s recent...
Webinar: Canadians’ Use of and Satisfaction with e-Mental Health Tools
March 24, 2021 | 11 a.m. - 12. p.m. ET During this webinar, we will share the findings from Infoway’s national survey about Canadians’ use of and satisfaction with e-mental health tools. We will also be joined by Michelle Laplante, Policy and Planning...
Virtual Care System and Use Survey: Process and Methodology
02 March 2021
This document details the process of adapting and administering the customizable Infoway System and Use Survey for virtual care initiatives, which is intended to be administered for benefits evaluation soon after a project has gone live.
The launch of MySaskHealthRecord has ushered in a new beginning for the citizens of Saskatchewan. The surveys have shown how powerful this tool has been for citizens, providers, and the overall healthcare system in the improvement and management of...
Citizen Access to Personal Health Information: International Overview
November 19, 2020 | 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. ET Citizens access to their personal health information (PHI) has become a common objective in many health care organizations and governments around the world. Countries are now realizing the benefits of their...
Health Care Delivery and Access to Lab Results in Jurisdictions During COVID-19
05 October 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the landscape of health care delivery in Canada. Jurisdictions have promptly responded and have shifted health care delivery from in-person to virtual, enabling patients and physicians to safely connect at a distance to...
Evaluation of the Multi-Jurisdictional Telepathology Project
17 June 2020
The Multi-Jurisdictional Telepathology (MJT) Project involves implementation of a software solution and technical infrastructure to support secondary consultation workflows between pathologists across provinces. The first phase of the project, the basis...
How the Rise of Virtual Care is Contributing to Sustainable Health Care
June 10 from 12-1 p.m. ET Experts have long touted the cost and time savings associated with virtual health care, but its potential environmental benefits have received less attention. As a lower-carbon alternative to traditional care delivery, virtual...
Analysis of the Current and Potential Benefits of Virtual Care in Canada
14 May 2020
This analysis describes the current virtual care landscape in Canada with a focus on the benefits achieved through investments in telehealth for rural and remote communities and projected benefits for the expansion of virtual care to primary care...
Webinar: Results from the 2020 National Survey of Canadian Nurses (May 25, 2020)
In collaboration with the Canadian Nurses Association and the Canadian Nursing Informatics Association, Infoway presented the results from the 2020 National Survey of Canadian Nurses. Learn more about nurses' use of digital health technology in...
Improved Glycemic Control Through the Use of a Telehomecare Program in Patients with Diabetes Treated with Insulin
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This Telehomecare program demonstrates improvement in glycemic control and a decrease in the number of medical visits. However, it is important to consider an additional burden in nursing interventions when implementing a Telehomecare program.
Demonstrated Cost-Effectiveness of a Telehomecare Program for Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Management
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Telehomecare monitoring significantly decreases medical visits and direct costs in gestational diabetes mellitus women without compromising pregnancy outcomes, quality of care, or patient satisfaction. Telehomecare was shown to be cost-effective despite...
Implementation of the Immunization Module in Québec: Benefits Evaluation Report
21 January 2020
An executive report on the benefit evaluation of implementation and use of the immunization registry module of Panorama in the province of Quebec. The report describes perceived facilitators and barriers to implementation as well as overall benefits of...
This Benefits Evaluation (BE) Collaboration Network webinar was the second in a two-part series featuring CIHR’s eHealth Innovations Partnership Program (eHIPP) in the areas of youth mental health, home health monitoring, and supporting seniors with...