eHealth Ontario pulls diabetes registry contract

eHealth Ontario pulls diabetes registry contract

eHealth Ontario's tech woes never seems to cease.The latest wrinkle in the effort to computerize and connect the province's disparate...

September 19th, 2012 Dave Webb

How Privacy by Design should meet electronic health records

How Privacy by Design should meet electronic health records

The architecture for electronic health records in Ontario may already be in place, the province’s privacy commissioner doesn’t think it’s...

March 6th, 2012 jd speedy

eHealth infrastructure simulation gives College a leg up

eHealth infrastructure simulation gives College a leg up

A lot of the stumbling blocks to building software for governments, particularly for the health sector, come from the security...

October 20th, 2011 jd speedy

Health Canada research project taps CANARIE for network

Health Canada research project taps CANARIE for network

While Ottawa, Ont.-based CANARIE may not be the only FiOS infrastructure out there for high data yield research, there are...

September 27th, 2011 jd speedy

In Conversation: Michael Martineau on eHealth Ontario

In Conversation: Michael Martineau on eHealth Ontario

E-health consultant and commentator Michael Martineau recently sat in on an ITAC-sponsored event connecting the vendor community with new eHealth...

April 26th, 2010 ComputerWorld Canada staff

New eHealth Ontario CEO wants to rebuild image

New eHealth Ontario CEO wants to rebuild image

Newly appointed eHealth Ontario CEO Greg Reed wants not only to stabilize the organization from within, but also to improve its...

April 7th, 2010 Rafael Ruffolo

Ontario to hire former consultant as new eHealth CEO

Ontario to hire former consultant as new eHealth CEO

Eight months after eHealth Ontario CEO Sarah Kramer left embroiled in a spending scandal, the organization responsible for the province’s electronic...

March 11th, 2010 Rafael Ruffolo

YEAR IN REVIEW: October 2009

YEAR IN REVIEW: October 2009

The CRTC just couldn’t seem to make anyone happy in October, except possibly BCE Inc. (TSE:BCE) and Rogers Communications Inc....

December 30th, 2009 Dave Webb

E-health records in Canada: The way forward

E-health records in Canada: The way forward

Suppose you moved to a new city and with a few computer keystrokes your new family physician could access your...

December 18th, 2009 maurizio laudisa