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Copy of Template - NewCO


Kyle Baillie

on 8 May 2011

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Chronic Disease in Canada Road map Intro Telehealth Ontario BC Chronic Disease Management Through IT: Case Study The Future Daniel Girard What is it? What can it do? Our Team
Scott CD Definition Challenges and Issues Potential IT Solutions Disease Registry Chronic Care Model Registry Examples Surveillance Why is Surveillance Important? Current Surveillance Systems Surveillance examples Saskatchewan CDM Toolkit Non-communicable (may have communicable origin)
Complex interaction of factors
Long latent period
Do not resolve spontaneously, rarely cured completely

Cardiovascular disease/Stroke
Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Limited access and resources
Lack of integration
Compliance of standards and protocols
Quality of care Registries
Surveillance Systems
Telehealth Timely reminders
Proactive care planning
Share information
Alberta- Netport and dashboard reporting

Manitoba - Registry for Cancer (Cancer incidence predictor) Health Surveillance is:
the tracking and forecasting of any health event or determinant through continuous collection, integration, analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of high-quality data into surveillance products to those who need to know Monitors progress in health initiatives
Guides decision-making
Benchmarks and sets targets
No single effective surveillance system
Population-based databases available
Administrative data often used
(physician and hospital billing, lab and Pharmacare data) National
National Diabetes Surveillance System (NDSS)

Saskatchewan Chronic Disease Management Collaborative Saskatchewan: CDM Collaborative Results Diabetes

Nearly 1 in 5 people (18%) were at target for key clinical measures for diabetes

Nearly 4 in 5 (83%) with diabetes never received screening for prevention of kidney disease Coronary Artery Disease

> 3 in 4 living with CAD prescribed antiplatelet therapy Telehealth IT Use of information and communication technology to deliver health services over distance  Researchers and health care providers to readily share information and expertise
Enhance recruitment and retention of healthcare providers in rural/remote areas
Reduce healthcare costs, travel, time off work, and decrease patient waiting time Client Devices Comm
Network Provider Devices Central Systems EHR Shared Health Records Provider Registry Client Registry Client Home Telehealth Management System Chronic Disease registries are collections of data related to patients with a specific diagnosis Function Video Issues/Challenges Cost
Lack of documentation of impacts
Need for standards
Complexity of inter-disciplinary and inter-jurisdictional negotiations
Reimbursement Projects 1. TeleHomecare
PHSA: Post-surgical discharge follow-up

2. TeleOncology

3. TeleOphthalmology
VIHA: First Nations – diabetes

4. TeleStroke

5. TeleWoundcare
FHA, IHA: chronic wounds Impacts Patient education on self-management
Improved access to specialists
Staff education
Decreased length of stay
Decreased stress, inconvenience, and cost of travel for patients
Able to see more patients; especially for homecare
Improved healing time
Video Conferencing Telemergency Telehomecare Ontario Telehealth Ontario Telehealth Impacts 65% reduction in the average number of hospital admissions;
72% reduction in the average number of Emergency Room visits;
95% reduction in the average number of walk-in clinic visits.
Eliminating distance and time barriers;
Reducing travel and costs.;
Expanding patient and learner access
Fully supported iEHR POS application
Compliance with pan-Canadian EHR standards Questions?

Thank you!
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