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Transcript of eHealth Landscape
The eHealth Landscape in Ontario
Dr. Darren Larsen, MD, CCFP, MPLc
Chief Medical Information Officer, OntarioMD
Ministry of Health and Long Term Care
eHealth Investment and Strategy
Annual budget ~$500M per year
eHealth Strategy and Governance 2.0
Minister's Action Plan for Health
Access, Equity, Patient Centredness
Show value for investment
$500M EMRs alone!
Agency responsibility has changed
HIAL based assets
Standards and connectivity
No longer consumer facing
Drug Profile Viewer
Major eHealth Ontario
New TPA with MOHLTC
Defined lines of work
EMR Maturity Model
EMR Progress Report
EMR Practice Enhancement Program
Residual funding in New Adopter Program (5600, declining)
Focus on EMR Maturity
reported in up to now
Self reported tool and results online
Used to guide EPEP engagements
EPR Online Tool
OntarioMD Field Teams
Physician Change and Quality Program
60 New Peer Leaders
New ASP Vendor RFP
Further connectivity to Provincial Assets
Major Lines of work for OntarioMD
Evaluation of OTN, OTN Telederm and BASE Champlain
eConsult Benefits Evaluation and Pilot
Faster access (80% within three days)
Reduces unnecessary referrals by 40%
Reduced unnecessary patient travel by 69%
HRM and eNotifications
EMR Data Analytics Program
Who are the players?
Vision: The vision for the i4C program lies
in facilitating optimal use of EMR data by physicians and the broader health care system for improving direct patient care. This vision will be enabled through a suite of technology-based services designed in the best interest of patients, physicians and other health care providers and will inspire meaningful use of EMRs.