Monthly Archives: November 2015

      By Michael Watts and David Solomon 2015 has been yet another year marked by significant legal developments affecting the Canadian healthcare sector and, in particular,...

Our bodies need #folate – an essential nutrient – to develop and grow. Folate, also called vitamin B9, can’t be stored in large amounts...

For those of us in non-acute, community-based health care organizations and specifically, the senior congregate living and home care industries, it should come as...

Information technology (IT) advancements in health care have presented many opportunities and challenges as clinical leaders seek the best road to wise and impactful...

Pain, unfortunately, is all too common. We have a natural aversion to it, and many patients have the expectation that it should be treated...

The benefits associated with the use of #digital health, such as improved patient outcomes, efficiencies and improved access to care, are becoming a core...

At Mackenzie Health, patients are at the heart of everything we do. As a regional health care provider serving a population of more than half a...

As a police officer in Hamilton, Ingrid Boiago saw hundreds of cases of #elder abuse. She found one woman covered with lice head-to-toe, dehydrated,...

It delivers a life-saving shock to the heart without ever actually touching it. Doctors at St. Paul's Hospital, in collaboration with Cardiac Services BC...

It’s been a remarkable 12 months at #Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences (Ontario Shores). Since being recognized by Healthcare Information and Management Systems...