Information has always been central to good health and health care, but its importance increases as the complexity of care teams, patterns of care, and health systems grows. Effective use of digital solutions and analytics offers the potential to inform individuals' own health choices, clinical and health system decisions, and health policy - with dividends in terms of improvements in the patient experience, access to care, quality of health services, and productivity.
CYBERSECURITY IN HEALTH
A collective effort to strengthen cyber resilience in the health sector.
DIGITAL HEALTH IN CANADA BY THE NUMBERS
Updated statistics on desire for, use of, and impact of digital health in Canada as of December 2017
LEARNINGS FROM OPEN INNOVATION CHALLENGES
What was learned from the first ten ImagineNation challenges, plus resources for those interested in open innovation.
UNDERSTANDING AND OPTIMIZING THE VALUE OF DIGITAL HEALTH
This brief on the value of digital health in Ontario was prepared for Ed Clark's report on the province's digital health assets.
DIGITAL DRIVERS IN A LEARNING HEALTH SYSTEM
This commentary discusses the relationship between research innovation, digital health, and health system transformation.
WHAT CLINICIANS SAY ABOUT EHRs
Study summarizing surveys of clinicians and other users on the value of connected electronic health records in 6 provinces/territories.
PATIENT ONLINE SERVICES
There are significant gaps between the desire for and use of consumer health solutions. This article explores the current situation, as well as key enablers and barriers to their use in Canada. A follow-up article responds to a series of related commentaries and looks ahead.