- BRIEFS: Critical Infrastructure in Canadian Healthcare & Cybersecurity in Canadian Healthcare
- EDITORIAL: How We Will, Not Whether We Can - Improving Health and Healthcare
- ARTICLE: Open Innovation Prizes and Challenges: Learnings from the ImagineNation Series
- BRIEF: Understanding and Optimizing the Value of Digital Health
- ARTICLE: Digital Drivers in a Learning Health System
- EDITORIAL: Engaging Citizens and Patients in Health Research: Learning from Experience
- ARTICLE: International Health IT Benchmarking: Learning from Cross-Country Comparisons
- ARTICLE: The Value of Connected Health Information: Perceptions of EHR Users in Canada
- PRESENTATION: Nothing About Me Without Me: Citizen/Patient Engagement in Health Research
Compare 38 countries on measures of primary care electronic medical record use, health information exchange, telehealth, and patient online services.
Source: Zelmer J, Ronchi E, Hypponen H, Lupianez-Villanueva F, Codagnone C, Nohr C, Huebner U, Fazzalari A, Adler-Milstein J on behalf of the OECD Health ICT Benchmarking Pilot Group. (2016). International Health IT Benchmarking: Learning from Cross-Country Comparisons, JAMIA. doi:10.1093/jamia/ocw111
Inflation-adjusted health expenditures per capita have risen across the country since 1975, but there are variations in the trend by province/territory.
Source: National Health Expenditures Database, CIHI
How health and social sector employment, as well as licensed nurses and physicians, vary across OECD countries.
Source: OECD Health Data
What user surveys tell us about iEHR users' views of the impact of these solutions
Source: Tharmaligam S, Hagens S, Zelmer J. (2016). The Value of Connected Health Information: Perceptions of Electronic Health Record Users in Canada, BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 16:93.
Two-thirds of Canada's seniors have discussed advanced care plans with someone
Source: Commonwealth Fund 2014 International Health Policy Survey
Wait times, understanding, and other comparisons for patients in British Columbia who do and do not view lab test results online
Source: Mák G, Smith Fowler H, Leaver C, Hagens S, Zelmer J. (2015). The Effects of Web-Based Patient Access to Laboratory Results in British Columbia: A Patient Survey on Comprehension and Anxiety, J Med Internet Res, 17(8):e191. http://jmir.org/2015/8/e191/