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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.


Cost and Impacts of Virtual Care on Older Adults Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic Executive Summary


Digital Health Technologies for More Equitable Health Systems: A Discussion Paper


Effect of Antibiotic-Prescribing Feedback to High-Volume Primary Care Physicians on Number of Antibiotic Prescriptions - JAMA


Using Administrative Data to Explore Potentially Aberrant Provision of Virtual Care During COVID-19: Retrospective Cohort Study of Ontario Provincial Data - JMR


Outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 infection at a large refugee shelter in Toronto, April 2020: a clinical and epidemiologic descriptive analysis - CMAJ


Building Health Services in a Rapidly Changing Landscape: Lessons in Adaptive Leadership and Pivots in a COVID-19 Remote Monitoring Program - JMR


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Women’s College Hospital

76 Grenville Street,
Toronto ON M5S 1B2

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