At the CIUSSS’s Public Information Meeting, staff were praised for initiating change and fostering a strong sense of network-wide unity.
Ensuring that staff feel properly trained, guided and supported is essential in their transition to the Connected Health Record.
As the launch of the Connected Health Record gets closer, the IT Department is playing a key role in such areas as cyber-security, user authentication and connectivity.
Chantal Desmarais, Coordinator of Medical Records, is helping to ensure the privacy of users’ medical charts in the Connected Health Record.
Today’s “radical transformation” of health care is the only path to improvement, CIUSSS leaders told
It’s official: Care Everywhere is how CIUSSS West-Central Montreal is now referring to its visionary approach to care. Plus there’s a new logo to serve as a focal point.
For Mike Shulha, transforming fresh ideas into responsive software is crucial in building Connected Health Record
As work progresses on building a Connected Health Record, Mike Shulha is determined to have the new digital tool respond to the daily, real-life needs of staff.
Federal Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos has said he considers CIUSSS West-Central Montreal an “absolutely essential partner” in digital transformation.
At the CIUSSS’s Public Information Meeting, leaders said ongoing improvements to care are possible only if change is embraced.
In part 2 of his Q&A conversation, Dr. Justin Cross explains why developing a Connected Health Record presents such significant challenges.
As a member of the Digital Health team, Elliott Silverman is looking forward to his role in developing the CIUSSS’s Connected Health Record.