Centre for Family Medicine Care Innovations, operating as the eHealth Centre of Excellence, engages in activities to improve the quality of patient care through the effective and innovative use of enabling technologies.
Current programs and projects include, but are not limited to, Quality Based Improvements in Care pursuing best practice use of Electronic Medical Records and related patient-facing tools, eServices (eReferral and eConsult services for Ontario) and eCE Automates deploying Robotic Process Automation solutions.
The Personal Health Information Protection Act (2004) establishes a statutory privacy framework for protecting personal health information in Ontario. Under the Act, the eHealth Centre of Excellence in its development, provision and/or deployment of various digital health programs and services, acts variously as:
According to these roles, eHealth Centre of Excellence is broadly accountable to:
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