About 60 per cent of healthcare visits in Canada are now conducted virtually, a jump from the 10 to 20 per cent pre-pandemic.
At this event, Infoway will join health care professionals to learn from Canada’s experts in family medicine, research and education.
A UofC researcher says key cards, lanyards with sensors and wrist devices similar to Fitbits could help make schools and workplaces safer.
A smartphone app developed to help with coronavirus contact-tracing efforts will be launched nationally in early July.
Canadians embraced virtual care options like phone or video appointments during COVID-19, according to a new poll released by the CMA.
Health care in Canada has seen an accelerated transformation in its primary care model in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Healthcare VR researchers say that while certain projects have stalled during the pandemic, there is still strong demand,
Working together, Canadians, health care practitioners and industry can transform health care.