During the pandemic, the development and adoption of virtual care and other digital health tools has rapidly increased in Canada.
IBM plans to install its first private sector, on-premise quantum computing system in the U.S. at Cleveland Clinic.
Doctors of BC, which represents around 14,000 doctors in the province, says virtual care is here to stay.
As we look beyond the pandemic, it's vital that we continue to develop virtual care solutions for patients across the country
A digital health literacy program is providing patients with virtual care support to ensure care access and promote patient engagement.
The Northern Initiative for Social Action (NISA) is conducting new research on mental health challenges facing older adults.
Cape Bretoners seeking help for mental health issues are now able to get the care they need virtually.