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eHealthRecord.info Archives August 2007 : 0-0

| Vol. 4 No. 17 August 22, 2007 |

FACTS AND STATS

About one out of every 10 patients with health problems surveyed in Canada reported that they had been given a wrong medication or a wrong dose in the past two years. Three out of every 20 Canadians surveyed reported an adverse event; about 46 per cent of these resulted in a serious health problem.
Source:Patient Safety in Canada: An Update
Date published: 08-14-07


AROUND THE WORLD

Recommended Requirements for Enhancing Data Quality in Electronic Health Record Systems

NHS Connecting for Health Publish Standard for e-learning


NEWS FROM CANADA

Exploring Technological Innovation in Health Systems

EHR Report Card 2007

Patient Safety in Canada: An Update


LATEST IN THE FIELD

Anticipating Information Needs for Clinicians

Does HIE before EHR Put the Cart Before the Horse?


INDUSTRY SPEAK

EHR Implementation in Ambulatory Care

Ten Tips for Facilitating Community Health Information Exchange

Jim Collins: Taking Healthcare from Good to Great


INFOWAY UPDATE

Find Out What's New and Happening at Canada Health Infoway


WORTH NOTING

Annual OHA/OHIMAHealth Information Management Conference

Public Health in Canada: From Politics to the People

HL7 21st Annual Plenary & Working Group Meeting

Health Privacy Day 2007 : The Privacy Prognosis in an Era of New Health Information Technology

The International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua)'s 24th International Conference

Canadian Nursing Informatics Association (CNIA)

eHealth Risk-Opportunity Report Card Workshop


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