WIHV advises small to medium sized digital and virtual health
enterprises on how their advances in technology can be used across our
health care system. Supported by the
National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP), we provide guidance on:
To pitch your ideas to a team of clinicians, researchers, policy, health system and business experts, you must:
If you are interested in being considered for this program, review these details (.pdf) and contact us. If you would like to connect with us about our other consulting services, reach out! We want to hear from you.
The WIHV Symposia model is designed to get the conversation going between patients, innovators, health care providers and decision makers to ignite change and take the first step toward solving specific problems in Ontario’s health care system.
If you are a researcher who is focused on healthcare quality
improvement, project design and evaluation (PDE), we have a process that
can help you to access an ethics review in a very timely manner.
Through this initiative, we offer:
To determine if you are eligible for the APQIP evaluation, please contact Madeline Cooper. Attach all relevant materials, including the Submission Form and ARECCI Tool in your email.
Important: All applicants must read the informational eligibility document provided above before starting on the application process.
BeACCoN stands for “Better Access and Care for Complex Needs” and it is Ontario’s response to the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) Strategy for Patient Oriented Research (SPOR) for Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations.
Based at WIHV, the BeACCoN
network supports partnerships in research, policy and practice. The
initiative’s goal is to create a dynamic and responsive learning network
that encourages the development, evaluation and scaling of new
approaches to the delivery of integrated and cost-effective primary care
services vertically through the health care system and horizontally
across multiple sectors.
In under two years, BeACCoN has ushered close to a million dollars in CIHR grant funding for its members and partnered with the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) on a set of system-level measures for complex needs.