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P.E.I. might just be on the leading edge of technology that could keep more doctors working and fewer patients crowding hospitals
Albertans who feel they need a little extra mental health support as they face the COVID-19 pandemic have a new outlet to seek out advice.
In the case of a public health emergency such as COVID-19, virtual care is helping prevent the spread of the virus.
A Boston-based startup has been tapped to help doctors and researchers in Hong Kong combat the growing coronavirus outbreak.
Hamilton Health Sciences has launched a team that’s staffed with experts in artificial intelligence, data sciences and software engineering.
Suicide is a growing public health concern. In Canada, 4,000 lives are claimed by suicide each year — that is 10 lives per day.
Outbreaks like COVID-19 highlight the growing role new medical technology can play in fighting the spread of novel infectious diseases.
Working together, Canadians, health care practitioners and industry can transform health care.