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Digital considerations while planning for an uncertain future

*Sponsored Content By Renee Patton Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare providers were focused on improving patient experiences, streamlining clinical communications and supporting collaboration, while also...

Cisco: A conversation about telemental health with CAMH

*Sponsored Content By Willa Black In July 2018, leaders from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and Cisco Canada gathered together to begin drawing...

A gamified approach to exercise for older adults

By Arielle Townsend Stuart Embleton knows the value of a consistent exercise routine. It was the first thing his doctors prescribed when they found...

Lessons on virtual care from the COVID-19 pandemic

On August 24, the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) hosted its first “virtual” Education Session titled Virtual Care in Canada: Lessons from the COVID-19...

COVID-19 highlights value of video laryngoscopy

  By Patrick Nellis and Eliana Landori Reducing  risk In emergency departments and intensive care units across the country COVID-19 has changed the way hospitals operate. With...

Virtual health care: A win-win for patients and care providers

By Jennifer Stranges In semi-retirement, 65-year-old Norma keeps busy with a roster of hobbies including choir, Barbershop quartet and Scottish country dancing. But when COVID-19...

Winners of the AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge

By Annie Webb and Margaret Polanyi The need has never been greater for technologies and services that benefit older Canadians and their caregivers—so it’s no...

New virtual clinic streamlines care for COVID-19 patients

By Erinor Jacob-Levine Receiving a positive COVID-19 test result can be both scary and overwhelming due to the potentially serious and largely unknown consequences of...

Better analytics, virtual visits help enhance diabetes care

By Jessica Rudd As a registered nurse who works with residents with dementia at a long-term care home in Edmonton Alberta, Karen Pliska, 55, is...

New video virtual care project enhances care for Ontario’s tiniest patients

By Julie Dowdie and Jessica Marangos When Katie and Jeff Lavelle’s newborn son, Edward, needed to be treated for complications arising shortly after his birth,...

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