We are highlighting the amazing work done by pharmacists to let them know how much we appreciate them.
In this second article in a series that identifies the crucial strong foundations that will catalyze Canada’s healthcare journey to move beyond incremental improvements, Michael Guerriere advocates why ePrescribing needs to top the priority lists of all healthcare players. Many lives are depending on it.
Blogger Christine McNaughton shares how innovations in health care are allowing her aging parents to stay happy and healthy in their remote Ontario community.
One of the oldest practicing physicians in North America recognizes the life-saving potential of digital health technology.
At TELUS Health, we're using our technology expertise to support better health outcomes for Canadians. We’ve invested over $1 billion in health because we want mobile devices to become personal healthcare devices. We want to replace hours in a waiting room with online tools. And we want patients to be able to book appointments or refill prescriptions from wherever they are. We want to make a difference. The future of healthcare is friendly.
We are highlighting the amazing work done by pharmacists to let them know how much we appreciate them. Read more
ePrescribing is fundamental to redefining Canada’s health ecosystem, improving patient safety, mediation adherence and, ultimately, patient outcomes and saving lives. Read more
After years of sorting through paper charts, three physicians in different communities across the country all had the same thought: there had to be a better way to store and access patient information. Read more
Blogger Christine McNaughton shares how innovations in health care are allowing her aging parents to stay happy and healthy in their remote Ontario community. Read more
One of the oldest practicing physicians in North America recognizes the life-saving potential of digital health technology. Read more
To celebrate Family Physician Week, TELUS Health is highlighting Canadian physicians making a difference in family medicine and using technology to improve the health and well-being of their patients. Read more
Technology is everywhere and has changed how we communicate, work, learn and relax. It is also changing the way we manage our health. Here are 3 ways technology is helping us manage our prescriptions. Read more
Secure and convenient electronic communication among a patient’s care team – primary care providers, specialists, pharmacists and patients themselves – is core to redefining Canada’s health ecosystem. Read more
At TELUS Health, we believe more effective and efficient healthcare delivery is about harnessing the powerful benefits, technology can offer. Read more
Creating sustainable drug plans that reduce spend without reducing access is a shared responsibility that requires new players working in concert. There’s a need for a change. The question is: how can we do this? Read more
More effective and efficient healthcare delivery is about taking every advantage of the many benefits technology can offer — particularly in a country as geographically diverse as Canada. Read more
Is Canada too entrenched with status quo approaches to truly transform healthcare? TELUS Health President, Paul Lepage considers this among five pivotal questions about stepping up in the year ahead. Read more
Over the past few years, the number of health-focussed apps and wearables has exploded in popularity. A 2016 study suggests that use of health apps has doubled, from 16% in 2014 to 33% in 2016. Read more
With Federal commitment of $3 billion for home care over the next four years, prevailing perceptions of primary care must expand to include a more holistic and connected ecosystem of care. Read more
This article looks at innovative funding mechanisms and showcases the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s hypertension program – Canada’s first large-scale, health-oriented Pay for Success initiative. Read more
Federal Health Accord negotiations are an opportunity for a level of change not seen since the advent of publicly funded healthcare in Canada 50 years ago. How is the digital health sector stepping up? Read more