October 2013

Increasing the Safety of Healthcare Information Systems through Improved Procurement: Toward a Framework for Selection of Safe Healthcare Systems

It is argued that technology-organization fit and consideration of the potential for technology-induced error should be important selection criteria in the procurement process. Here, implications are discussed for the development ...

August 2015

Infoway's Second Decade: Lead, Follow or Get out of the Way – Part One

Digitising health records has been a policy priority for provinces, the federal government, and governments around the world since the late 90’s. It is a given in policy circles ...

August 2015

Infoway's Second Decade: Lead, Follow or Get out of the Way – Part Two

Infoway and the Health IT industry in Canada have moved through Stage One successfully and are now in Stage Two — the stabilizing and strengthening stage. The fast pace of ...

August 2015

Turning the Good Ship Infoway

Canada Health Infoway is ten years old and has had a successful first decade. This essay is an attempt to track the progress and to highlight challenges to come.

June 2015

"The Saudi Healthcare System: A View from the Minaret": More Similarities than Differences

This article reminds us that healthcare systems around the world are in a state of tremendous change and evolution.

June 2015

The Saudi Healthcare System: A View from the Minaret

All Ministry of Health–owned hospitals will be divested to the private sector, whereas primary health centres are likely to be retained by the government.

June 2015

Opportunities to Improve Diabetes Prevention and Care in Canada

The prevalence of diabetes in Canada is expected to more than double by 2030. Additionally, the costs associated with diabetes have nearly doubled between 2000 and 2010 and will continue ...

April 2015

The Association between Health Information Technology Adoption and Family Physicians’ Practice Patterns in Canada: Evidence from 2007 and 2010 National Physician Surveys         

Use of HIT is found to be associated with fewer patient visits and longer visit length among family physicians in Canada relative to NO users, but this association weakened in ...

April 2015

Implementing and Maintaining a Researchable Database from Electronic Medical Records: A Perspective from an Academic Family Medicine Department         

There is currently keen interest in electronic medical records ( EMRs ) as a tool for improving practice policy and research in family medicine and interdisciplinary primary healthcare.

April 2015

Measuring Maturity of Use for Electronic Medical Records in British Columbia: The Physician Information Technology Office         

This article examines British Columbia’s Physician Information Technology Office’s efforts to measure and improve the use of electronic medical records by select practices with an assessment of their progress using ...

 

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