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Patient perspectives on virtual health in B.C. during COVID-19

By Alix Main In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual health has become an essential means of delivering care safely to citizens across British...

Underpinning an inclusive recovery: the network’s role in the vaccine rollout

*By David Jirku and Ron Rotman  While the pandemic has disrupted life as we know it, there does seem to be an end in...

Virtual care and the future of digital health

By Michael Green Within weeks of the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the use of virtual care exploded in Canada. About 60 per cent of...

Exploring the evolving world of digital health through the pandemic and beyond

*By Daniel Martz, Vice President, Virtual Care, TELUS Health The World Health Organization (WHO) global strategy for digital health acknowledges the potential for technology to...

Digital healthcare start-ups building solutions for aging adults to watch for 2021

By Margaret DeRosia In Fall 2020, the Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI) launched a Call for Innovations for its Mentorship, Capital and...

Virtual care in Canada: Pandemic accelerates activation, but more work needed says CMA

One year ago, with the adoption of virtual care in Canada still lagging, the Virtual Care Task Force – a collaboration of the Canadian...

App and education toolkit help rehab patients reach recovery goals

By Kelsi Break It’s been almost 10 years since Rob Staffen was in an accident that would change his life forever. Staffen was cycling down...

Inside-the-box’ technology solves organ and vaccine transportation problem

Following a fatal car crash, a registered organ donor could save the lives of many patients critically awaiting heart, kidney, liver, lung or pancreas...

Inside-the-box’ technology solves organ and vaccine transportation problem

By Crystal Mackay Following a fatal car crash, a registered organ donor could save the lives of many patients critically awaiting heart, kidney, liver, lung...

Canadians are ready to embrace “Virtual First” in health care

By Shelagh Maloney I recently participated in a podcast where we were discussing the rapid uptake of virtual care as a result of the COVID-19...

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