In Canada, masks will be ubiquitous, health care will go virtual and old, unhealthy habits will die.
Dr. Sheila Wijayasinghe explains how to get the care you need during the ongoing pandemic.
Telemedicine is nothing new, but we can still learn from what pioneers figured out decades ago.
Tool also helps public health follow up with people who are self-monitoring symptoms.
Two, newly published articles have provided insights into the use of virtual care during COVID-19.
Study found that increased mortality risk for ethnic minorities is only partially attributable to pre-existing clinical risk factors.
Working together, Canadians, health care practitioners and industry can transform health care.