About 60 per cent of healthcare visits in Canada are now conducted virtually, a jump from the 10 to 20 per cent pre-pandemic.
July 30, 2-3 p.m. ET
Discussion on the transformation of personalized medicine, genomics and technological innovation in today’s evolving digital economy.
At this event, Infoway will join health care professionals to learn from Canada’s experts in family medicine, research and education.
Ontario Health and the OMA are assessing permanent adoption of the temporary virtual care billing codes introduced in March.
Expanding virtual offerings needs to be done thoughtfully, though, to avoid current inequalities.
A UofC researcher says key cards, lanyards with sensors and wrist devices similar to Fitbits could help make schools and workplaces safer.
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Working together, Canadians, health care practitioners and industry can transform health care.