Digital Health Week

Nov. 16-22

Digital Health Week (November 16-22, 2020) is an annual celebration and recognition of how digital health is transforming the delivery of care across Canada as more and more of our health care system becomes digital. We are proud to be working with a number of participating organizations to increase awareness of digital health. Launched in 2014, Digital Health Week is now a part of the ACCESS 2022 movement, which is bringing together Canadians, health care providers, government and industry to work towards a new day in health care. Together we can transform care.

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Digital Health Week Events

Some facts about digital health




in benefits from digital health investments since 2007.


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visits with health care providers are now virtual



satisfaction rate among Canadians who use virtual care services.



of primary care physicians use EMRs.

Has digital health helped you or your family? Share your story!

Making a difference

Digital health can improve the quality of life for Canadians living with chronic conditions, and this is just what it did for Joy. A remote patient monitoring (telehomecare) program enabled her to get her diabetes under control, decrease her medication consumption, lower her blood pressure and start walking without a cane.

Three ways digital health is transforming care

Access to personal health information

Access to personal health information

Access to lab results and personal health information helps you better manage your health and wellness.

Faster, more efficient care

Faster, more efficient care

Digital health enables your health care team to access your complete health information, which saves time, reduces duplicate tests, and leads to better patient care decisions.

Virtual visits

Virtual visits

Digital health enables you to connect with your doctor remotely, which improves convenience, and reduces the need to travel and take time off work.

Working together, Canadians, health care practitioners and industry can transform health care.

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