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What are the typical barriers to bringing a new digital health tool into doctor’s offices and hospitals here in Ontario? What kinds of organizational rules, policies and procedures would a company or developer need to be aware of? 

We hear these questions from our industry partners and clients all the time. At WIHV, we look at new products and models of care to determine their feasibility or usability in Ontario’s healthcare system. When we advise our clients, we always look at the latest research and evidence in the field.

Examining Tensions That Affect the Evaluation of Technology in Health Care

A Mobile App to Improve Self-Management of Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes: Qualitative Realist Evaluation

Strategies For Health Systems To Engage The IT-Enabled Consumer

Innovative Strategies for Inter-Sectoral Collaboration between Mental Health, Housing and Health Care

Physician Characteristics Associated with Ordering Low-Value Screening Tests in Primary Care

Beyond Implementation: Digital Health Innovation and Service Design

Standardising Costs or Standardising Care? Qualitative Evaluation of the Implementation and Impact of a Hospital Funding Reform in Ontario, Canada

From Pilot Project to System Solution: Innovation, Spread and Scale for Health System Leaders

Modernizing Canada’s Healthcare System through the Virtualization of Services

Improving the Appropriate Use of Transthoracic Echocardiography: The Echo WISELY Trial

Health System Capacity Planning: Strengthening Health Care for Ontario’s Future

Virtual Care: A Framework for a Patient-Centric System


WCH Institute for Health System Solutions and Virtual Care
Women’s College Hospital

76 Grenville Street,
Toronto ON M5S 1B2

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