About 60 per cent of healthcare visits in Canada are now conducted virtually, a jump from the 10 to 20 per cent pre-pandemic.
Using advanced technologies, the researchers are confident that patients can be effectively cared for virtually, from hospital-to-home.
Point of View: Our health-care system should capitalize on this window of opportunity and invest in telehealth infrastructure.
At the annual Identity North conference on Thursday, the President and CEO of Canada Health Infoway urged the health industry to ban faxes.
A UofC researcher says key cards, lanyards with sensors and wrist devices similar to Fitbits could help make schools and workplaces safer.
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.
Shortly after the first case of COVID-19 was reported, Manitoba allowed for limited virtual care and it seems the idea may stay stick.
Virtual physician visits that were implemented amid the COVID-19 pandemic will now become a permanent option for Albertans.
Working together, Canadians, health care practitioners and industry can transform health care.