About 60 per cent of healthcare visits in Canada are now conducted virtually, a jump from the 10 to 20 per cent pre-pandemic.
Quebecers are using telemedicine services to consult with general practitioners and medical specialists during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Nova Scotia Health Authority has launched a new website where visitors can access information about mental wellness.
At the annual Identity North conference on Thursday, the President and CEO of Canada Health Infoway urged the health industry to ban faxes.
A smartphone app developed to help with coronavirus contact-tracing efforts will be launched nationally in early July.
Healthcare was already headed toward a cliff — and that was before COVID-19.
Virtual physician visits that were implemented amid the COVID-19 pandemic will now become a permanent option for Albertans.
A big push is underway to get communication technology into the hands of social service workers across the Greater Toronto Area.
Working together, Canadians, health care practitioners and industry can transform health care.