Toronto, ON - Dr. Karim Keshavjee gave a presentation on Health Apps by Design to the IEEE Toronto Section at Ryerson University. The presentation discusses the 9 major barriers to routine mhealth app use for chronic disease management and how they can be solved using a comprehensive reference architecture that not only includes a technology layer, but also establishes the workflow, information flow and clinical patient engagement environment required for successful mhealth
Toronto, ON - The Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research accepted the abstract for our paper: The Land of Perpetual Pilot Projects: A Failure of Innovation or A Failure of Policy? The paper analyzes Canada's Healthcare Innovation Agenda and identifies why Canada is a chronic under achiever in implementing innovation in health care. Please come out to the CAHSPR conference to learn more about how Canada can capitalize on it's World Class innovation and ma
Victoria, BC -- InfoClin presented a paper on a systematic review of over 200 mobile apps for diabetes. Based on InfoClin's reference architecture for mobile apps for health care, we analyzed apps in the Google and Apple app stores. Find out how they stacked up!
Victoria, BC - Dr. Karim Keshavjee represented Canada on an International Panel on The Future of Electronic Health Records at the ITCH conference in Victoria, BC. Speakers from Finland, the UK and the Veteran's Administration in the US all gave their take on where EHRs are headed in the next 10-15 years. Click here to see Dr. Keshavjee's presentation.
Toronto -- InfoClin will be presenting at the e-Health 2017 conference from June 4-7, 2017 in Toronto. We will be presenting a paper on Canada's Health Care Innovation Agenda. We have discovered why Canada is the land of perpetual pilot projects and will make key recommendations on how to get past the bottle neck and move on to capitalizing on all those investments we've made in innovation over the last decade. We will also be presenting a poster on Re-Architecting Interope
InfoClin is presenting at the ITCH 2017 Conference at the University of Victoria from Feb 16-20 in Victoria, BC. InfoClin had 5 papers and a poster accepted for presentation and publication. Come learn more about our research in a lovely setting. Our papers cover the following topics: 1. A review of over 200 diabetes mobile apps --which ones work and which ones don't? Can we make them more effective? 2. An IT architecture that supports best practices in the management o