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

Canada faces widespread e-health skills shortage

Canada faces widespread e-health skills shortage

While the Ontario government is dealing with the political fallout of the eHealth Ontario scandal and Ottawa reviews its funding...

December 3rd, 2009 Shane Schick

EXCLUSIVE: Q&A with Jim McCarter

EXCLUSIVE: Q&A with Jim McCarter

Over the summer, there was a storm of controversy over spending at eHealth Ontario, charged with delivering the province's electronic...

November 10th, 2009 Dave Webb

eHealth cash not totally squandered, auditor says

eHealth cash not totally squandered, auditor says

To read the mainstream press, you'd think that Ontario's health system didn't receive a penny of value from the $1...

October 9th, 2009 Dave Webb

Ontario Ministry of Health modernizes data transfer system

Ontario Ministry of Health modernizes data transfer system

A new system for transferring personal health information files has not only enhanced data security, but it's taken the Ontario...

October 17th, 2007 Lisa Williams

New CEO sees quick fixes for Smart Systems

New CEO sees quick fixes for Smart Systems

Deloitte and Touche's operational review of Ontario's e-health agency, Smart Systems for Health, was anything but rosy, but the agency's...

February 19th, 2007 Lisa Williams

Smart Systems for Health Agency announces new CEO

Smart Systems for Health Agency announces new CEO

Ontario's e-health agency, Smart Systems for Health, has announced William Albino as its new CEO.Albino's appointment follows a highly critical...

February 18th, 2007 Lisa Williams