he Microsoft Cloud delivers a familiar and trusted end-to-end platform that unshackles data from individual silos to achieve dramatically better outcomes for your organization, your patients and your care teams at a lower cost per-capita. Transforming health requires more than simply updating electronic medical records. Now you can build game-changing systems of insight and engagement—all in the cloud or starting on premises—that involve patients more actively in their care, help care teams collaborate more productively, deliver predictive insights for population wellness, and make your organization more efficient and effective.
One of North America’s premier marketing and analytical services companies, Environics Analytics helps customers turn data and analytics into insight, strategy and results. Established in 2003, EA offers the full range of analytical services—from data supplier to strategic consultancy—and provides authoritative reports, software and modelling approaches to solve business challenges. Its team of nearly 200 marketers, modellers and geographers help organizations identify their business problems, develop data-driven solutions and achieve success along every phase of their analytics journey. EA is a member of the Environics group, a unique alliance of companies dedicated to providing intelligent research, analytics and communications.
Canadian Healthcare Technology keeps healthcare executives and managers up-to-date about the latest computer-based solutions for improving medical care and making healthcare organizations more efficient.
The magazine reaches over 8,500 readers in Canadian hospitals, clinics, community-care and home-care organizations.
The publication has a unique, news-style approach. It informs readers about new and noteworthy I.T. implementations at hospitals and other healthcare sites across the country. These installations are profiled because they significantly improve clinical outcomes, reduce costs or raise the efficiency of a healthcare provider.
The magazine also provides news and analysis of technologies, government initiatives and developments among private-sector producers of health-related I.T. solutions.
Representing more than 120 Canadian ICT companies that are actively involved in the health sector, ITAC Health promotes the role its members can play in establishing the Canadian healthcare industry as a global leader. ITAC Health serves its members as a collective voice to healthcare professionals, government representatives, researchers, and healthcare consumers, and as a conduit for those stake-holders to leverage the members’ ability to facilitate the Canadian healthcare system as a “model of excellence” for healthcare systems around the world. Through collaboration, ITAC Health and its members work with healthcare stakeholders to improve the health of Canadians and the efficiency of the Canadian healthcare system through the implementation of information and communications technologies. ITAC Health membership provides a unique opportunity for ongoing industry “intelligence” for any small to medium size enterprise, major Canadian company or multi–national firm that provides products and services to the Canadian Healthcare ICT Sector.
To facilitate the implementation, integration, and ongoing communications of performance management and related activities within the Healthcare Industry. UMNO allows diverse industry partners to come together to collaborate and learn from each others experiences.UMNO continues to ensure strong communication links with relevant professional associations and organizations.
The Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA) represents approximately 5,000 Health Information Management (HIM®) professionals across Canada and is the certifying body and national association that represents leadership and excellence in health information management. CHIMA supports continuing education and professional practice of HIM professionals, develops strategic partnerships to advance the development and integration of electronic HIM, and advocates for and strengthens the HIM role in health care settings across the continuum of care.
The Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA) defines Health Information Management (HIM®) as the discipline that focuses on health care data and the management of health care information, regardless of the medium and format.
The Canadian College of Health Leaders is a national, member-driven, non-profit association dedicated to ensuring that the country’s health system benefits from capable, competent and effective leadership. With 21 chapters across the country, representing thousands of individual and corporate members, the College offers capabilities-based credentialling, professional development opportunities, and an extensive career network. Guided by a Code of Ethics and the LEADS in a Caring Environment framework, we help individuals acquire the skills they need to change their own organizations and, ultimately, the health system.
The Canadian Nursing Informatics Association (CNIA) is the voice for Nursing Informatics in Canada. CNIA partners with jurisdictions, nursing and health informaticians and health informatics organizations across Canada to ensure that Nursing Informatics informs clinical practice, education, research, administration and policy.
For more information about CNIA activities visit www.cnia.ca