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Gone Phishing!

No widget added yet.Why would a burglar break through a wall when all he needs to do is look under the front doormat for the key? These days, few hackers attempt to attack well-fortified corporate systems head-on. It’s much easier to steal a user’s credentials, or attach malware to an innocent looking email, enabling the … Continue reading Gone Phishing!

Celebrating Canada’s adoption of eSafety – 5 years in perspective – a volunteer’s journey

No widget added yet.As a COACH Board Director and an active digital health leader in my day job, taking on the additional role for COACH of leading eSafety in Canada as a volunteer was not an easy decision. Hundreds of hours were dedicated to conceptualizing, strategizing, writing guidelines, crafting presentations and cajoling others to hop … Continue reading Celebrating Canada’s adoption of eSafety – 5 years in perspective – a volunteer’s journey

COACH HI Education: Innovation in Health Informatics/eHealth Education

No widget added yet.Launched in 2013, the COACH Core HI Education program was initially architected and developed to prepare HI professionals for the Certified Professional in Healthcare Information Management and Systems – Canada (CPHIMS-CA) exam. The demands for knowledge development and enhancementby the membership resulted in expanding the scope and contents and making the program … Continue reading COACH HI Education: Innovation in Health Informatics/eHealth Education

The Human Foundations Awardee – Shirley L. Fenton

No widget added yet.It is with great pleasure that we share with you a bit of the story of a very noteworthy person who is 2016 inaugural recipient of The Human Foundations Award.  Shirley Fenton Bus. Dev. Director, Centre for Bioeng. & Biotech., University of Waterloo. VP, National Institutes of Health Informatics Shirley Fenton was … Continue reading The Human Foundations Awardee – Shirley L. Fenton

Ontario Health Innovation – Sorry, but you can’t get there without interoperability.

No widget added yet.There’s been a lot of talk in Ontario recently about what the province can do to jumpstart “innovation” in healthcare. The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care is touting a “Patients First” initiative that includes a plan to modernize digital health by giving patients better access to their personal information, allowing them … Continue reading Ontario Health Innovation – Sorry, but you can’t get there without interoperability.

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