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Knowledge Translation and Analysis


 

Knowledge Translation and Analysis is a key component of the projects supported through the eHealth Centre of Excellence. Our research team uses an approach to evaluation that is linked with the change management and adoption process, with a two-fold purpose in mind:

  1.  Identifying the processes that produce organizational and clinical value in  health workflows
  2.  Assessing how the use of different digital health tools can yield increased value.

The research team examines academic research and documented best practice guidelines to understand the clinical value propositions that should motivate specific clinical workflows to adopt change.

 

The Knowledge Translation and Analysis framework, originally called "Benefits Realization" and developed by the eHealth Centre of Excellence for the   connecting  South  West Ontario (cSWO) Program, has  been  published in 

Building Capacity for Health Informatics in the Future, a peer-reviewed ebook that details the proceedings of  the 2017 Information Technology and Communications in Health conference (ITCH 2017). Click here to read more.

 

All of our Knowledge Translation and Analysis case studies are organized by program: QBIC (Quality Based Improvements in Care)System Coordinated Access (SCA), and cSWO Program

 

Please click on the logos below to view the case studies for each program:

 


  • Decision support tools for electronic medical records (EMRs)
  • eConsult 
  • Tablet use in primary care

 

 

 

 


  • ​Electronic referral (eReferral)

 

 


  • ClinicalConnect - General Benefits
  • ClinicalConnect - Digital Health Drug Repository (DHDR)
  • ClinicalConnect - Primary Care Data Sharing (PCDS)
  • OntarioMD'S Health Report Manager (HRM)
 
Our team has also published a number of cases on Health Links across the Waterloo Wellington region, in partnership with the Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network (WWLHIN), which can be found here.

 

For more information, or if you are interested in participating in an upcoming case study, please contact:

 

Lirije Hyseni, Benefits Realization Practice Lead

Lirije.Hyseni@ehealthCE.ca

(519) 885-0606 x. 1018